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The Inn at Irwin Gardens
608 5th Street
Columbus, IN 47201
Phone: +1--8123763663

Rosanne Gordon and Sarah Johnston


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Garden view of the Irwin home.The Inn at Irwin Gardens. 608 5th Street. Columbus, IN
Quarter-sawn English white oak entry with plaster relief ceiling and grand staircase.Breakfast is served in this magnificent dining room which looks out onto the veranda and gardens.  Photograph courtesy of April Gabbard.
The ornate library is home to many first editions and historic texts which belonged to the Irwin-Miller family.  Views of the garden are relaxing and inspiring.  Photo courtesy of April Gabbard.Spectacular empire furniture in this large room.  Enjoy the impressive built-in closet and historic bathroom fixtures while enjoying the architectural views over 5th street.
The J.I. and Xenia rooms are perfect for a get away with another couple to share a bath with and the price.  Luxury beddings, period furnishings and bathroom fixtures worth seeing.Elsie Sweeney guest room overlooking Fifth Street charm and architecture.  Features include elegant bedding, new memory foam mattress and private bath with period fixtures.
Third floor Bachelor's suite sitting room.  A historic space in the home with impressive details and an amazing, early 19th century shower. Spectacular garden view.  Clementine Tangeman guest room includes this elegant bedroom with period furnishings and some of the Irwin-Miller family book collection.  Also, a sunroom, two large walk-in-closets with many built-ins and a large sitting room which could accommodate bridal party preparation before the big day or an intimate business meeting.
The original Lafayette Street entrance with ornate leaded glass, woodwork and carvings.  A view of the I.M. Pei designed public library sits on the other side of the rod iron fencing.Brick and limestone garden portico draped with wisteria.  Enjoy a peaceful stroll or cup of coffee in these peaceful surroundings.
Ornate entry woodwork and wall fabric, with not a detail forgotten. Third floor Bachelor's suite.  A historic space in the home with impressive details and an amazing shower.  Spectacular garden view.
Preparing for a Twilight ceremony facing the cascading fountain.1904 World's fair elephant sets in front of a serene Italianate arched brick wall.  Magnificent for a wedding ceremony back drop or a restful afternoon.
A beautiful summer wedding set in the 100 year old Italianate garden.