Main Floor Photos
As stated elsewhere on this website, the main (second) floor of the Reddick Mansion was used by the Reddick Family as the main entry floor for family guests and visiting dignitaries. It was, and still is, reached by a front set of stone steps on the south, or front, side of the mansion.
This floor was designed to have five primary rooms, two to the west of the main hallway (running north-south) and three to the east of the hallway. In its current configuration, the two large rooms on the west have been made into one large room with the earlier removal of the original intervening wall. The RMA rents this enlarged area; click here for details.
Each of these primary rooms had its own large fireplace. The northwest corner of the floor was composed of three small rooms and a back-stair hallway. Each of the numbered areas on the schematic drawing of the original layout, seen just below, can be clicked to view a current photo.