The names of Michael G., Ferdinand G., and Joseph J. Heim were names synonymous with the turn-of-the century development in Kansas City’s East Bottoms. They came to Kansas City in 1884 and took over a brewery at 14th and Main.
Breakfast is served daily and guests are welcome to enjoy it in the breakfast room or dining room or on the back patio. Appetizers and wine are served every evening. There are two connected parlors in the home. One is furnished with Victorian furniture and the other is furnished with Craftsman-era furniture and a TV.
No visit is complete without enjoying the backyard and patio. In spring, summer and fall the yard is filled with roses, hostas, a vegetable garden, and fruit trees. You will enjoy the sound of the fountain and likely watch birds enjoying a bath in it. There is plenty of seating and lounge chairs for your use.
We have stayed in many B&B’s and this was one of the best. Everything was clean, there were so many lovely places to sit, I really liked having a fan in the room and there was plenty to eat. Breakfast was excellent. It is so nice to have someone who loves these houses and works to preserve them. I really admire all that you do for the Historic Northeast district!
Beautiful house, great stay and fantastic host…
Thanks so much. We’re all very glad we shot our commercial in your beautiful home…
Truly a unique experience to be in this huge and beautiful house! Liked learning about your family history in the framed memorabilia. You’re a good hostess who made us feel comfortable.