Originally the Sewing Room, this room is named for the 3rd owner of the house. Van Rensselaer Lansing Waters, was a wealthy dry goods merchant who was instrumental in creating the village water district and developed Lowville Academy into the building it is today.
Upon purchasing the property he tore off the wooden rear section and quadrupled the size of the house. He also subdivided his property and created the street Waters Terrace. His contributions to this community are staggering.
This room features a king size iron bed and a nicely appointed private bath with shower and a view of Waters Terrace.