Royal Victorian Manor
A Bright Future...
Our dedication to the Manor shines through in all corners of the
Large and stately, our nineteenth century home reposes at the top of the hill on Fremont Street and looks out over the city like a Victorian monarch surveying her realm. Built in 1894 by Judge C.P. Barnes, a McHenry County judge, the house was occupied by the judge and his wife and two children until 1914.
An example of Victorian architecture with a Queen Anne rococo decor, our Manor has undergone a facelift, to bring back her former glory and adding a modern twist.
A Gracious Past...