Completed in early 1909, the Harden Thomas Martin House—now known as Double Oaks, a Bed and Breakfast Inn—is one of a few surviving examples of Colonial Revival style architecture in the city of Greensboro. It was accepted into the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Its most distinctive features are the bowed, two-story, Ionic portico which frames the front entrance and the series of eighteen original bowed glass window panes. The driveway provides a formal entrance through a porte-cochère. Inside features a generous center hall with a grand split-run staircase; 6 deluxe suites and 9 baths. All eight of the original fireplaces are intact. Double Oaks is open for a variety of public and private events, from concerts to wine tastings, seated dinners, fundraisers, weddings, and business retreats, with seating options both inside and outside in the extensive grounds and gardens. This is a turnkey business sale with all furnishings, fixtures and equipment included.