Where We're Located
Willey-Allhands House started out on Sparks Avenue around 1902. A century later, the neighborhood was mostly gone and hospital expansion doomed the home. The hospital donated the house and funds earmarked for demolition to Indiana Landmarks so we could move it one mile to a vacant lot next door to the Grisamore House, the site of our southern office.
We restored the house and moved our office. You can make an appointment to use our library to research preservation-related questions.
The Southern Regional Office serves 14 counties, working with individuals and groups to save historic places and offering restoration advice.
For preserving their historic farmstead in Lawrence County, Ann and Stan Armstrong won the 2018 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation from Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau.KEEP READING
Join fellow Indiana Landmarks members at one of Jeffersonville’s grandest estates, the Howard Steamboat Museum’s 1894 Richardson Romanesque mansion and recently-restored carriage house.