The living room’s carved oak paneling was inspired by the
13th-century master, Grinling Gibbons. Col. Robert Leaming
Montgomery’s portrait hangs above the mantel; to the left are portraits of George Frederick Tyler Elizabeth and Henrietta Phillips Montgomery.
The administrative passage connecting the third-floor apartment’s dining room and master bedroom.
A view of the living room.
The springhouse is the only remaining relic of the homestead of Elizabeth Iddings, mother of Gen. Anthony Wayne.
In the ballroom, a portrait of Helen Beach Tyler hangs above the Georgian mantel.
Col. Montgomery’s study, what family members called the “cigar and brandy room.”A view of the library.
The third-floor guest bathroom.
Another view of the
living room, with portraits of
Charlotte Hope Binney (Tyler) Montgomery, Sir John Scott and John Crathorne Montgomery.
The dining room, which could comfortably seat 30.
A view of the exterior.
A view of the breakfast room.
The library, with original needlework and portraits of
Sidney Frederick Tyler and Louisa Richmond (Blake) Tyler.
In the ballroom, gilded ornamental plaster frames a portrait
of Charlotte Hope Binney (Tyler) Montgomery.
The ballroom boasts needlework by
Charlotte Hope Binney (Tyler) Montgomery, along with portraits of Helen Beach Tyler, Helen Hope Montgomery Scott and Mary Binney Montgomery Wheeler.