While most of Sanford House has been renovated, the home features the original fireplace in the living room, also called the main group room and gathering area. Across the hall is a smaller, more intimate meeting room which overlooks the front yard and well maintained landscaping. The front hallways of the house are lined with 1830’s wallpaper, depicting five iconic American scenes. The same wallpaper was put in The White House in 1962 by Jacqueline Kennedy, and can been seen in diplomatic photographs from that period.
The home boasts a large dining room, where residents are able to sit together and enjoy healthy, nutritious meals. Upstairs are five bedrooms, totaling a capacity of 10 residents. Out back is the carriage house, formerly a garage. The carriage house has been renovated and transformed into an outpatient center where group meetings are now held.