Dating historic lumber


In 1873 the house was moved back eight feet and a full width porch was added.

An 1885 description of the house reports it as being cream colored with a bright red porch.

The third story contained a 150 barrel water tank and above this level, malt was stored. Another one-story section west of the brew house was built as a general storage area and originally was separate from the main building.

North of the brew house was an office and pitch house of one story.

318 North Walnut Street This house is a blend of late Queen Anne form with Colonial Revival detailing.240 Third Street The dominant feature of this home is the use of the gambrel roof.This is further accented by gable returns which sprout the unique horse-shoe shaped bargeboard. 190 Third Street Known as "The Westly" design, this house was constructed around 1913 as a mail order house from Sears, Roebuck and Co. Built in the bungalow form, the house tries to look like a one story home but is really a full two stories with attic.The house exhibits a number of different design influences including the Queen Anne but most predominately the Shingle style, in which the mass of the house is emphasized by a tight wrap of shingles.221 North Park Street Built shortly after the turn of the century, this house was owned by City Attorney, Charles H. Later, Stone became the Sauk County Assessor and President of the State Bank.A Palladian window is also used on the north side as well as two arched windows in the attic story gables.

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