• One of the two original bathrooms in The Luke Miller House

  • Added in the 1920s when indoor plumbing first became available; the city water pipes were installed underground from the street into the forge and then through the secret Indian Raid Tunnel into the house in order to avoid having to dig trenches for the pipes

  • Originally had black and crystal-colored tile

  • The present layout was created in the latter part of the 20th century when the northwest corner room was divided up into a hallway, master bathroom, water closet, and walk-in closet

  • Renovations in 2006-2007 included the river stone tub platform; spectacular teakwood tub from Oakbank, Manitoba, Canada; tumbled travertine marble tile; half-moon vanity with onyx top and wood grain glass vessel sink, matching medicine cabinet, premium plumbing fixtures, custom wainscoting and mouldings, and 18th century reproduction light fixtures handmade by Amish craftspeople in Lancaster County, PA