Located just up the street from The Roseboro is Klinkhart Hall. The Klinkhart building housed Klinkhart Hardware, the Post Office, a tin shop, a garage, and an Opera House.
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According to the Sharon Springs Zoning Code, a restaurant and bar are not a permitted use on Main Street and require a Special Use Permit. Even though there has always been a restaurant in the hotel, the Joint Planning Board determined that because there was more than a year gap since the previous restaurant had… Read more »
Here is a REAL gem! This is the front counter from the mercantile when Anna Klinkhart had her millinery shop in the Holland House. We are going to figure out a way to use this somewhere in the renovations.
A very busy day at The Roseboro today! We began cleaning out the Laundry Building. We scrapped all of the old laundry equipment and boilers. The washing machine was so heavy that they had a very difficult time getting it onto the truck. One of the washing machines rolled off of the truck before the… Read more »
In the mid-1860s, Henry J. Bang, owner of the Fango Bathhouse and Congress Hotel complex in Sharon Springs began constructing beautiful gardens with arbors on the hillside by the Magnesia Temple as shown in these photos. A very elaborate bridge used to cross Brimstone Creek. The arbors had seats with foot rests available to the… Read more »