1894. Brand new. Courtesy Walter Anderson Collection, ESU Archives.
Circa-1932. The second floor was converted to apartments, and the Scott Mouse family lived on the first floor. Carriage house to right, after its 1921 conversion to a house. Courtesy Mouse family archives.
Circa-1950, after the Mouse family converted the Cross House into Mouse’s Palace Motel. Courtesy Mouse family archives.
1999. The house at its low point, boarded up and surrounded by a six-foot-high chain-link fence. This is when Debbi and Bob Rodak purchased the house. Courtesy Bob Rodak.
March 2014, when I purchased the Cross House. Courtesy Bob Rodak.
Summer 2015. The main facade has been repainted to its 1890s colors.
August, 2017. All the secondary roofs have been redone. The tower finial has been restored. The lost finial on the octagon tower has been recreated. The porch railings are starting to be recreated.
October, 2017. I have subtly enhanced the color scheme by adding some accents.
January, 20th, 2021.