ABOUT THE CROSLEY SUITE
This first floor suite in the oldest part of the house is named after Powel Crosley, Jr., Jennifer’s great grandfather. Crosley was a famous inventor and successful Cincinnati businessman, perhaps best known for his success with Crosley radios and the WLW radio station, known as “The Nation’s Station” because of its powerful transmitter which reached 700,000 watts at its height in the thirties.
The Crosley suite, which was once two rooms, provides ample space for a king-sized Tempur-Choice Luxe bed and a comfortable sitting area. It is decorated in art deco style, tastefully incorporating Crosley memorabilia, and it features retro subway tile in the bathroom.
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