Join Rotary spouses and partners Friday, March 1st, for a special tour of the the Salisbury House in Des Moines, Iowa. Also known as the Carl and Edith C. (Van Slyke) Weeks House and Gardens, this a Tudor, Gothic and Carolean style manorial home. It was a home of cosmetic magnate Carl Weeks and was completed in Des Moines in 1928 for over $3 million. Salisbury House was modeled after the King's House in Salisbury, England and has over 42 rooms and measures just over 22,000 square feet. Salisbury House is now owned by the Salisbury House Foundation, acquired from the Iowa State Education Association in 1999 and is open to the public for tours and events. It is also on the List of Registered Historic Places in Iowa. The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.