Done up in a sunny shade of yellow, this wood-frame Queen Anne home dating from 1893 is surrounded by an appealing courtyard and gardens. Indoors, the parlor has parquet floors and is furnished with some proper Queen Anne pieces, but much is simply old. The parlor fireplace is a focal point, and it is fun to open the tall windows and step onto the veranda; many guests take their breakfast here among the rockers and ferns. All rooms are exceptionally large, but the best are No. 7 (with its black floral fabrics and fireplace), No. 5, and No. 9. Children and pets are allowed only in the cottage out back, which is not as well furnished as the main house.