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Completed in 1899 for Joseph Barbeau, the Barbeau House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It?s considered one of the finest examples of Queen Anne Victorian architecture in the state. The structure is unique in the sense that it has 2 and ? stories, with its architecture designed by James Bridge.

Today, the Barbeau House Historical serves as a full-service state-certified B&B and offers three charming bedrooms and one suite for guests to choose from. The Barbeau House Historical has been operating as a bed and breakfast for over a decade already. When staying at the house, visitors may enjoy a cup of specialty coffee while relaxing at the south porch?s wicker porch swing. Breakfast is also offered between 4 to 11 in the morning, which includes a cup of fresh fruit at the formal dining room and followed right after by a sumptuous full complimentary French breakfast.
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