The W.H. Stark House stands much as it did at the turn of the 20th century. With its 14,000 square feet and 15 rooms, the Stark House holds a significant display of original family furnishings, china, silver, rugs, porcelains, glass, artwork, woodwork, and lighting. From the one-of-a-kind sterling silver tea service on the First Floor to the rare Napoleon death mask on the Third Floor, each level of the Stark House offers an extraordinary glimpse at the lifestyle of the prominent timber family who occupied it from 1894-1936. The Carriage House, located directly behind The W.H. Stark House, holds additional pieces from the Stark family collection, including ivory, crystal, American Brilliant Period cut glass, porcelains, and more rare decorative arts. Visitors who tour the home will also have the opportunity to view these items displayed in the Carriage House. In the following photo galleries are images representing not only the highlights of the tour but also some views not seen by visitors to the home. Choose a floor to begin experiencing The W.H. Stark House today.  Images by Will France.