About this listing
Come stay in Muncie's Emily Kimbrough historic district one of the most diverse collections of American architectural styles of the 1850’s to 1920’s anywhere. The Mansion at 825 East Washing Street is one of Muncie’s greatest architectural offerings.
There is plenty of room for everyone whether in a private room or relaxing in the parlor, the music room, the living room or one of the two spacious porches. The beauty and handwork of the structure itself are an inspiration to its visitors. Please keep in mind this is an historic home and not a hotel. There are not locks on many of the interior doors (bedrooms and bathrooms).
Guests have access to the Music Room, Living Room, Parlor, Dining Room, The Upper and Lower Porches.
Interaction with guests
I will be here during your stay. Typically I am either working in my sculpture studio on the third floor or off teaching at the university.
Other things to note
There is a self serve coffee service provided in the dining room.
All of the items in the home have either been collected on world travels or have been part of my family for generations. Please take care of everything during your stay and ask to hear the stories. I love to tell them.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.
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I'm a traveler and have lived and worked in Canada, Europe, Asia and the United States. I currently teach Movement (combat, physical comedy, acrobatics, physical theatre and mask work) at Ball State University and run a small arts related internet business making and selling masks for theatrical use and actor training to clients world wide. I currently have masks in 45 countries.
I am a serious foody. My favorite thing to do is to share good food, good wine and good conversations with good friends. Travel for me is almost always associated with work but my work is also how I play. I'm not much of a tourist. I like to meet people and have experiences rather than see sights. Although I will say that I am obsessed by art museums and love live music.
I'm an obsessive neatnik. I fold my socks and organize my organization making it impossible for me to find anything. I'm the guy who makes the bed on the morning I check out of the hotel cuz that looks nice.
My montra is Kind and Fair and the slogan/principles to put into the world on the door to the Performance Lab that I feel everyone should live by is T.I.E. Tolerance, Inclusion and Empathy.