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Harris Heritage Room 

Harris Heritage Room faces northeast. You look out to cattle and pasture. The barn was built in 1919 and the family lived in the new barn while the current home was built in 1920. You might guess that there were a few problems with flies, but it was worth a few problems to be able to move into the new home. A double bed, rocking chair and dresser furnish the room. A large closet is available.

The price is $65 per night for one or two people and includes breakfast.

James Harris came from Virginia to settle the land in 1856. Son Wilson followed him. Grandson Raymond, great grandson Kenneth and great-great-grand daughter Ardyth kept the land in the Harris family. Raymond built the home in 1920, and along with his wife raised 5 children in this 4-square Arts & Crafts style house. Kenneth and Marie raised 4 children here with Ardyth being the oldest. Welcome to Harrisdale Homestead.

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