Old Northside Bed & Breakfast

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Built in 1885 by Herman C. DeWenter, a German immigrant who became a prominent Indiana Industrialist, this unique brick residence is considered the prime example of Romanesque Revival architecture in the city. The mansion has been renovated in an elegant European turn-of-the-century motif to retain its warm ambiance with the original maple slat flooring and incomparable hand-carved cherry and mahogany woodwork. The present owner has also imported European craftsmen and artists to restore the parlor's sculptured ceiling and hand painted murals on the walls and ceilings.

All rooms at the Old Northside Inn offer private baths (with Jacuzzi bathtubs), cable TV, VCRs (free movies always available) and telephones, along with other fine amenities., We also provide free, off-street parking for our guests' enjoyment and stress-free stay. However, if your stay is business-related, we can also accommodate your fax and modem needs., A complete breakfast is served in the formal dining room each morning, and guests are welcome to help themselves to drinks and snacks all day long in our Butler's pantry. , Just another way we offer Hoosier Hospitality with an International Flavor!

The Old Northside Bed & Breakfast is located on the periphery of downtown Indianapolis in the Historic Old Northside. The inn is within walking distance or a short drive to The President Benjamin Harrison Home, Morris Butler House, Monument Circle, Circle Centre, RCA Dome, Indiana Convention Center, and the Conseco Fieldhouse. While in Indianapolis, you may want to also visit the Indianapolis Zoo, catch a baseball game at Victory Field or visit the many attractions that Indianapolis has to offer., Just two blocks away, Interstates I-70 and I-65 make all other Indianapolis-area destinations a short drive. Our location combines the very best of historical and convenient Indianapolis.

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