(Literature: Seabury Stanton, "Berkshire Hathaway, Inc.: A Saga of Courage," NewYork, NY, 1962)
The main lodge covers over 2000 square feet with an additional 1000 square feet of covered and screened verandas. There are four double suites with private four and five piece bathrooms. Bedrooms are appointed with two quality double beds, fine quality linens and feather duvets with covers. Bathrooms are all new with various configurations from large claw foot cast iron tubs and separate showers or deep soaker tubs and cedar steam/shower rooms.
The great room features a huge stone fire place and appropriate surrounding over sized leather wing back chairs and chesterfield complemented with appropriate occasional tables and accessories. The dining area features a custom Pennsylvania barn board table and Windsor chairs. The front of the main lodge is surrounded on three sides by a covered and furnished veranda that extends outwards past the 8ft cedar hot tub and will soon connect via boardwalk to the “Summer Kitchen” a new 16x20 post and beam rectangle gazebo perched right at the river’s edge overlooking the home pool