This serene queen bed corner room is named in honor of Erma Vivian Scott Skidmore, the third lady to own the Buhrman House from 1968 to 1998, where she lived with her husband Harold E. Skidmore. They both served in the Navy prior to owning the home. During their time here, they owned a picture gallery just minutes away on Main Street. Their frame shop was located in the basement of the home where today still remain many of their tools and supplies. Their framing work table is now proudly displayed in our rear patio.
Located on the second floor, the south facing room offers a cozy and subdued atmosphere perfect for afternoon naps. It features the original sleeping porch with oversized windows overlooking the rear patio that were added by Lady Erma in 1995. This private area offers direct access to the lower level of the home and rear patio. The room shares an oversized bathroom with freestanding claw-foot tub and shower.