• 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 custom built-in shelves for 30 pairs of shoes, 5 built-in drawers and adjustable shelves for sweaters, an iron and stone pedestal sink, new solid wood medicine cabinet with colonial millwork, and 18th century reproduction chandeliers handmade by Amish craftspeople in Lancaster County, PA

  • Former owners Rae and Al Chrone memorialized their 21+ years as the 11th custodians of The Luke Miller House by engraving their names and the years 1976-1996 in one of the walk-in closet window panes using the diamond in Rae’s wedding ring; it’s easier to see the engraving at night when the floodlights that illuminate the front (north) side of the house shine through the windows

  • The small dual-pane window in the hallway was designed and made by one of the former owner’s children (Bruce Chrone) sometime between 1976 and 1997. It was originally intended to be installed in the wooden storm door at the formal, north-side front entrance so that the storm door didn’t have to be opened in order to see who was outside. The Chrone’s decided not to alter the beautiful antique door and instead installed the window and rope lighting in the hallway to allow viewing of the original plaster and lath construction