A hotshot attorney built this Victorian grand dame in 1898, and it’s been hosting guests since the ’80s. Interested in history? Because this place is full of it. Like, literally, chock full of antiques and 19th-century bric-a-brac and running out of space on some walls to hang old photos and paintings. The shared den downstairs is centered on a huge, gnarly fireplace said to have been built with stone from every state in the union (there were only 45 states in 1898, but still). Guest rooms are classic B&B style: Expect four-poster beds, lots of lace and wicker, antique mahogany, the works. All have private bathrooms. Not one, but two breezy verandas wrap around the house, spots to unwind with an iced tea or a lemonade (served in the afternoon on hot days).