The 1905 Colonial Revival home at Fayetteville, West Virginia, was established by E. B. Hawkins and has large porches, gambrel roofs, extensive shingle-work, and grand interior stairway added in 1925. Among the interior details, its dining room walls feature a continuous hand-painted wallpaper. The property includes a guest house, garage, barn and second home, on a large grassy lot. Hawkins was an influential politician who served as mayor, county clerk, and sheriff of Fayette County. The residence operated as the Historic White Horse Inn Bed & Breakfast in the early 2000s.
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