This house was featured in the iconic Bill Murray film Groundhog Day as "The Cherry Street Inn". It is a beautiful Victorian built in 1894 by a lawyer named C.P. Barnes, who later became a judge. He and his wife and two children lived there until 1914, and other owners began to come and go, making memories and making changes. Now, packed neatly into the house's 5,815 square feet sitting on one acre of land, are seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, three fireplaces, parlor, dining room, kitchen and library, with all manner of amenities and all under 10-foot ceilings above hardwood floors.