Indiana Landmarks News

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Morse House, 218 Main Street, Wabash
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Divided into apartments more than a century ago, the 1885 Frank Morse House is ready for rehab as a single-family home.

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Rodes House, South Bend
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Historic houses for sale in South Bend and Elkhart offer buyers an opportunity to blend stylish historic appeal with modern convenience.

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Fries House, Brookville
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After serving as a nursing home for more than 50 years, Brookville’s Fries House is undergoing rehabilitation for use as a preschool and daycare facility.

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Depot Square Apartments Batesville Romweber
News, Rehabs & Renovations

A new apartment development called Depot Square Flats opens as the latest addition to Batesville’s revitalized Romweber factory complex.

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Stinesville Commercial Buildings
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Town officials are turning to a new strategy to revive four vacant building in downtown Stinesville: offering the group of structures for $1 to a party who will stabilize and restore them.

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Madison Cotton Mill Fairfield Inn
News, Rehabs & Renovations

A ribbon-cutting ceremony in July marked transformation of Madison’s historic Eagle Cotton Mill into a Fairfield Inn and Suites hotel and conference center.

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Musee de Venoge, Vevay
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Organizations in Vevay and Winchester win Indiana Landmarks’ 2021 Servaas Memorial Awards, recognizing their efforts to safeguard community heritage.

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JTC Wilkins House, Campbellsburg
Endangered Places, News

In Campbellsburg, town officials want to tear downtown the historic J.T.C. Wilkins House and use the site as a splash park and community well.

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Wabash Sheriffs House and Jail
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A father’s challenge to his son set the stage for final restoration of Wabash’s historic Sheriff’s House and Jail.

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