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Completely restored with modern amenities in 2005, the stately Second Empire Mansion (originally built in 1881) boasts 11 fireplaces, two dining rooms, a large third-floor rooftop party deck with a garden, a front porch, a surprisingly well-mannered poltergeist, and an antique and gift shop. Upon check-in, you'll be ensconced in a '90s sitcom-themed guest room outfitted with high-speed Internet, TVs with DVD/VCR and cable, bathrobes, and more. Three suites, meanwhile, amp up the luxury with amenities such as double Jacuzzis, separate showers, flat-screen plasma TVs, wet bars, sitting areas with a couch, and mysterious bidets. If you get bored playing life-sized games of Clue inside Market Street Inn's 10,000 square feet of space, take a stroll down to the nearby restaurants and wine shops or the Ohio River just a block away.