Don’t miss this unique opportunity to own a high-profile landmark along the historic National Road, located approximately 60 miles east of Indianapolis and 20 miles west of Richmond.
John and Susannah Huddleston built the 14-room farmhouse in 1841 for their family of 13, using part of the home as an inn to serve travelers along the National Road. The property became home to Indiana Landmarks’ first regional office in 1974, becoming a hub for preservation in the surrounding communities. The organization invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in a multi-year restoration of the house, barn, carriage shed, smokehouse, and springhouse.
The property will be sold with Indiana Landmarks’ protective covenants to ensure its long-term preservation. See more on realtor’s website.