This beautiful house was built in 1932 by John Sobotta, a prominent Mount Airy businessman and furniture factory owner. His home has been lovingly restored as an elegant, yet comfortable, bed and breakfast with an eclectic mix of antiques, sumptuous fabrics, fine linens and beautiful gardens.
The grand foyer and parlor have been richly decorated in an elegant, yet warm and inviting manner. Step through the front entry of this Tudor Revival mansion and see the unique Italian marble fireplace, ten foot tall ceilings, and a magnificent staircase surrounded by hand carved black walnut walls.
Sink into one of the comfortable down chairs and relax in the red gentlemen's parlor stocked with books and a variety of magazines. A game table awaits you for a challenging game of chess or cards.
The wide porch overlooks the original terraced gardens, which features a columned pergola. From here you can catch the mountain breezes blowing up from the Blue Ridge Mountains or watch the spectacular sunsets against the Carolina blue sky. There are plenty of chairs available to relax.