Following the rear stairwell on the left of the ballroom led past a few guest rooms and up to a massive stairway which led itself to the spire at the south of the mansion. The sconces along the wall with their polished silver begin to lessen in number while nearing the top. The reason for the dim lights become clear when passing through the large oak door to the spire's top. An area of the stone spire's top has been hewn away to make way for a telescope for stargazing. A few desks contain old papers, and the musty smell indicates nobody has been up here for a while. Then again, observatories are so boring.