- Year Built: 2006
- 2,690 Square Feet
- Two Stories
- 5 Bedrooms
- 6 Bathrooms
- Geothermal heating and cooling system
- Cable TV
- Wireless Internet
- Large widescreen TV
- Full size washer and dryer
- Sleeps 28
Ground floor accommodations include a master bedroom/bath suite featuring a king size bed and a double queen room across the hall. A basic equipped kitchen, dining room, bath and a two story great room with a large screen TV complete the first floor. The back of the home is open and airy with two story windows that give you a beautiful view of the common area.
Upstairs, there is a loft with seating and a secretary’s desk, two more baths and three bedrooms, including a duplicate of the master suite on the first floor, a single queen bedroom and a large queen bedroom with four singles in two bunk beds. Each bedroom has a large closet and is furnished with a large dresser.
In the basement there are laundry facilities, another bathroom and bunks.
Constructed in 2006, the floor plan is 2,690 square feet and sleeps 28 guests. The home has five bedrooms and six full bathrooms between the three levels. The two story great room with living area, dining area and large windows provide an excellent view of the Hyrum Kimball Village Pavilion and recreation area. Each home is fully furnished and tastefully decorated.Check Availability
Israel Barlow is the namesake for Barlow Manor. Israel once said “If I could just see this Joseph Smith, I think I could detect if he is a prophet.” Israel then traveled 200 miles to visit with the Prophet. After speaking with him a short time Israel Barlow said that he knew him to be a Prophet of God.
Israel first joined the Saints in Kirtland, Ohio in 1834. He marched with Zion’s Camp, was at the Battle of Crooked River, and made the trek to Quincy, Illinois in April of 1839.
He married his wife Elizabeth Haven in Quincy, in February of 1840. Their first child, James Nathaniel was born in Nauvoo on May 8, 1841, but died the same day. Three more children were born to Israel and Elizabeth in Nauvoo. He and Elizabeth, as well as Israel’s second wife, Elizabeth Barton left Nauvoo in January, 1846.
During his time in Nauvoo, he was a loyal and trusted friend of the Prophet Joseph.
Joseph Smith himself promised Israel that there would always be descendants of his in the Church to represent him. Descendants of Israel Barlow own this property today, and are frequent visitors to the city Israel loved.