Womack House

Womack House has traversed the most and seen the most uses. It was built in the 1840s as a private residence abutting Young House. In the 1880’s, a doctor purchased the house and added on his doctors office (now Womack-17). Patients would arrive in the waiting room and see the doctor in the exam room and pay his wife down the hall at the kitchen door. The kitchen / dining room is now Womack-25. The doctor was successful enough to add a garage for his car circa 1910. The garage is now Womack-18 and Womack-19. His success had to be correlated to the newly constructed boarding house right next door. It is now known as Bowers House.

Womack House

House-Room Room Type Beds Max Occupancy
Womack-14 Queen Suite Queen Bed 2
Womack-15 Queen Room Queen Bed 2
Womack-16 Family Room Queen Bed and 2 Twins
Shared Room
4
Womack-17 Queen Suite Queen Bed 2
Womack-18 Economy Room Queen Bed 2
Womack-19 Economy Room Queen Bed 2
Womack-25 Queen Room Queen Bed 2

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