As several established Madisonians know, The Livingston Inn is identified more formally as the William T. Leitch House. This is the name given to the house when it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. William T. Leitch was the original owner of the house, overseeing its construction in the 1850s. The Livingston Inn was the name given to the house when it became a B&B in the mid-1990s. In its history, our home was also called the Harman House, named after the long tenure of Gordon and Dolly Harman at 752 East Gorham from the mid-1950s to 1990s. To this day, some Madisonians still refer to the house as the Harman House. Continue reading
I believe I’ve always been a person open to change. There’s a certain excitement to change and its combination of unpredictability and desire for improvement.
We’ve seen several changes in our Tenney-Lapham neighborhood over the past year, namely several new businesses that will be a very nice enhancement to what we already offer. Continue reading
Three months ago, my family and I moved to 752 East Gorham Street, also known as the William T. Leitch House, informally known by locals as the Harman House, and now operating again as The Livingston Inn. With its four grand guest rooms, it is quite amazing to see the transformation of our B&B since we moved across the isthmus over Memorial Day weekend. Continue reading