back into Victorian Fredericksburg when you visit The Schooler House.
The original home, built in 1891, contains a parlor, dining room, powder
room, and 2 bedrooms. The home was enlarged in 1900 to add a kitchen
and back bedroom and bathroom.
Schooler House retains its original heart pine floors in the original rooms
of the house. Replaced flooring was done in re-milled 100+-year-old
heart pine. There are 4 fireplaces in The Schooler House, all restored with antique tiles. Two fireplaces are located in the common areas of
The Schooler House and each room has its own gas log fireplace. Most of the trim throughout The Schooler House
is original to the home.
A full breakfast is served in the dining room, which is furnished in period furniture. The large front porch, furnished with antique wicker furniture, provides a perfect view of the Rising Sun Tavern, where you’ll see
the wenches greeting tourists, the trolley or horse drawn carriage as it passes by on its way through the city.