Kirk House

(785) 448-7514
145 W. 4th Ave, Garnett, KS 66032
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The Kirk House is the largest home in Garnett built in 1913 and designed by famous architect George Washburn. Painted murals in the dining room are among the "must-sees" in the 22-room Kirk House. Uniquely, this home can be reserved for an nightly stay (per room) or exclusively in its entirety as a bed and breakfast, for business retreats, meetings and social gatherings, weddings and special events. Listed on the National Register of Historical Places (NRHP) the Kirk House has been renovated and preserved from top to bottom, with beautiful spacious patio for outdoor galas. Event planning available. Can accommodate weddings and special events. Nestled close to Garnett's Town Square and is neighbor to renowned Walker Art Gallery. Group tours of the home are available upon request.

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  • Description Large historic home with period furnishings. Large rooms and spacious patio for special events. The entire house and its grounds can be rented!
  • Total Sq. Ft. 12000
  • Suites 1
  • Sleeping Rooms 7
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