Room 6: Mary MacLane Room








     The Mary MacLane room is part of a Jack and Jill set of bedrooms and shares a bath with the adjacent Frank H. Little Room.  This cozy room is on the third floor at the head of the master staircase and next to the shared bathroom.  It is furnished with an antique double bed, dresser, mirror, towel rack, mission-style desk and desk chair, and a closet.  You can relax watching satellite TV on a high definition, 32 inch, flat screen.   The subway-tiled full bath includes a large tub/shower, a pedestal sink, medicine cabinet, and toilet.  Mary MacLane wrote in her book in 1902 “I sit at my window and look out upon the chimneys and housetops of Butte”. Like the Mary MacLane room at the mansion, her real bedroom is also on Excelsior Avenue, just a few blocks up the hill from the mansion and would have commanded a similar view as her room in the mansion


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For Your Comfort:

Double bed

Dresser and mirror

Shared full bath with tub/shower

32 inch, flat screen, high def TV

Desk and chair

Closet with built-in dresser



For Your Convenience:

Large fully equipped kitchen

Refrigerator and storage space

Large living room with 55 inch, flat-screen TV

High-speed wireless internet in all rooms

Games and books for guest use

Dining room with seating for 18 to entertain guests

Laundry facilities on site

½ bath on first floor

Outdoor grill

Porch swing


For Your Confidence:

Keyed entry to house and bedrooms

Live-in manager