This Queen Anne Style frame dwelling features a quarter-round front porch, conical corner tower, and multigabled and dormered roof. Originally the home of Frederick Kaiser, who helped bring electric power to Glenwood, it was restored in 1987 as a bed and breakfast. A hot tub, elegant interior wood-work, and marble bathrooms grace the guest rooms, which are brightened by antiques and a palette of pastel colors. Other fine residences line Cooper Avenue, including an overgrown bungalow at 1032 Cooper and a quaint cottage at 717 Cooper.
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