Here is the front entrance. Looks pretty austere compared with what is behind that door.
Next I took the stunning wooden staircase up to the second floor. Italian woodworkers created the intricate carvings.
Last was the billiard room and nook.
Here the fireplace is surrounded in more colorful Rookwood tile.
All-in-all there are 18 rooms (not all were open)--seven entry doors, a library, seven bedrooms (today filled with artisans' wares), seven bathrooms, a wing for household staff (now offices), two large sun porches, a full basement (including an organ with 1,000+ pipes, laundry, and two redwood Jacuzzis), and an attic (ballroom / storage). There are many leaded-glass window and wood panel decorations.
References to the Kellogg Scottish origins include a Lion Rampant stamped into the plaster of the library, the living room ceiling plastered with a rose and thistle design, and thistle in many light fixtures and sconces.
Outside in back are manicured grounds overlooking Gull Lake.