Known as the White Peacock Inn, this historic 1900 home is located in one of the most desirable neighborhoods of Guthrie. With grand history the stately Colonial Revival mansion reminds one of Tara. The two-story wrap around front porch has large square columns, a large Palladian dormer, and a one-story entrance portico with columns. If walls could talk, the stories it could tell about Frank Greer, and other early statehood owners. The large living area and formal dining flank each side of the foyer and can be closed off by the large pocket doors. A large kitchen with a 6 burner gas stove is always ready to whip up a great southern meal. Seven guest rooms all with private baths; some with spa tubs for two. This home has so much charm to offer. With a proven history of providing a steady income from its Bed & Breakfast weekend only business, there is massive opportunity for a full time B & B. This property is currently a working B&B.