If You Stay At The Enchanting Havisham House In Illinois, You May Never Want To Leave

The history of Havisham House began in 1888 when construction was started by A.J. Rendleman who used bricks that were made on-site. Finished in 1892, this French-colonial gem was under his care until 1905 when it was sold to a family member. Over the years, ownership changed hands several times until recently when the home and its carriage house were completely restored into the luxury property it is today, all while maintaining many of the old-world elements that make it so charming. A stay here will likely be one you won’t soon forget and may never want to leave.

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Are you ready to book a stay at the Havisham House in Southern Illinois? Visit the website and Facebook page to learn more.

Do you live too far from Southern Illinois? Check out the historic Goldmoor Inn, a luxury bed and breakfast located in Northern Illinois.

Address: Havisham House, 30 Walnut St, Alto Pass, IL 62905, USA