Then and Now
Over its 100 years of existence, the Hoover House has undergone some changes. Drag the slider on each photo to explore how the stately residency has transformed.
The Dining Room
The “secret” of the dining room is a trapdoor leading to an underground storage space. Rumor has it that spirits were stored there during Prohibition.
The kitchen has undergone several renovations. The most recent upgrade added contemporary convenience, including a state-of-the-art commercial stove.
The Living Room
The living room, featuring a beautiful carved fireplace mantle, has changed very little since the house was built 100 years ago.
The Music Room
The tile floor in the music room is original to the home.
The Sun Room
Originally a covered porch, the sun room, as it is now called, was enclosed in the late 1940s.