The Cinnamon House is a historic property in Springfield, known to the locals as the McCord place, and sometimes, the "painted lady". It was built in 1899 by a prominent lawyer whose life spanned the Civil War and a childhood with enslaved children as best friends to owning the first house with indoor plumbing and wiring in town! The bungalow was once his law office, and has also been a coffee shop, ice cream parlor, and cafe! It's now decorated with an international/travel flair. From here, you can be at any stop on the bourbon trail in an hour or less, and enjoy oodles of other attractions: Lincoln family history, Civil War sites, hikes and fishing/boating/biking, and return to a quaint, peaceful village that will remind you of Mayberry RFD.
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