| Margaret Kinney-Ravenel was the youngest daughter of the Kinney Clan. She shared this room with her husband Samuel Ravenel, a civil war soldier, railroad engineer, and later an editor for several newspapers, many of which we have original prints of.
This bedroom gets the late afternoon sun and can feature some of Missouri's best sunsets! The ceilings are 12 foot tall and features 3 10 foot windows that overlook the side and back lawn. Like all the other second floor rooms, Margaret's room features elaborate crown moldings, and an Italian marble front gas fire place to warm you from the evening chill. There is a door that connects to Ms. Cora's room if you want two rooms together.
It is furnished with antiques, family portraits, a queen four poster bed, and a full bath with shower. The original gas light fixtures are still attached the wall where Ms. Margaret's dressing table sat. It was here she would get ready for formal evenings and steamboat parties with her best friend and sister, Cora.