By some miracle, Bob Rodak found the original blueprints to the Cross House. Except for the first floor. Bob graciously included these invaluable documents with the sale of the house to me. I am deeply grateful.
The main level (first floor) of the Cross House. This is a recent drawing as the original 1894 first-floor blueprints have not been found. More information will soon be added.
The second floor, from the original 1894 blueprints. I apologize for the blue rectangle; I have no idea why it is there. More information will soon be updated.
The third floor, from the original 1894 blueprints. This floor was, as still is, basically one HUGE open space. It is thrilling. It was also never designed as a ballroom, as is so often supposed.
If you would like a photographic tour, Old House Dreams (one of my favorite blogs) featured the house before I purchased it.