Walking down the quiet, tree-lined street and coming upon this glorious 1843 Greek-revival mansion—yellow with white columns—you simply want to make your way inside. The housekeeper is here by day, but otherwise you have the run of the house; the front desk, parking lot, and other amenities are at a sister property called the Indigo Inn. The main house has royally large rooms; several, including the Canton Room—which opens to the second-story veranda—have sitting
rooms. A third-floor flat has a fully equipped kitchen. The carriage house, or "dependency," which looks out to a courtyard, has four cozy rooms of its own.