- Built by John Sedler in 1912, this historic house is architecturally significant due to its exceptional size and unusual bungalow style. Possessing two stories is significant because most are single-storied. Use of a solar system for hot water in the early part of the century also sets this house apart from the norm. Goldfish ponds, aviaries, and dense gardens grace the property. Current popular uses include a cultural art center, weddings and receptions. Admission varies with exhibit, please call for further information. Limited wheelchair access. Credit cards are not accepted.
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