On the first floor of The Victorian with windows facing Carver Street and the Courtyard, this room is where, it is said, President Taft stayed when he dedicated the Pilgrim Monument in 1910. Reached via an interior doorway, the room duplicates the floor plan of Room 136, having a gas fireplace, mini fridge, Keurig coffee maker and a sitting area. In the bathroom are an oversize whirlpool tub - big enough for two - and a 3x6' tiled shower with controls at both ends. Approximately 260 sf.
When President William Howard Taft dedicated the Pilgrim Monument in 1910, he stayed in this Carver Street house. Built in the 1840s by a banker, the building retains its original Second Empire Victorian exterior style, including an “Ace of Spades” band of cedar shakes along the mansard roof. The recent renovations restored the interior with period moldings, custom mahogany doors and reproductions of 1860s and 1880s lighting fixtures.