The SpaceAmidst other homes of similar character and age, The Clay House is of frame construction, maintaining its original Craftsman hardwood, floors and trim, plaster walls and ceilings, and total three original Craftsman style ceramic surround fireplaces.
As any home its age would, The Clay House does have its quirks.
Although completely adequate, water pressure at times can be low when using other taps.
Room air conditioners, and gas fireplaces are also primary to heat and cool spaces.
Balancing out desired Old House aesthetics, with functionality, the uniqueness of the property in our opinion nonetheless speaks for itself. Guest AccessEntire home. Interaction with GuestsHouse Hosts available to help arrange for the best possible stay in Huntington, West Virginia. The NeighborhoodThe Clay House is in a historic district of Huntington, West Virginia, adjacent to the immediate downtown area, revitalized with shops, eateries, restaurants, as well the Pullman Square and Civic Center. Ritter Park, with walking and bile riding trails, is only several blocks away, as is the Old and Newer AMTRAC Train Stations and Collis P. Huntington Railroad Society. Getting AroundEither by car, bus, taxi, or as a pedestrian, The Clay House is within minutes of the best Huntington has to offer. Other Things to NoteGreat combination of rustic appeal, with current conveniences.