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The 30-acre National Historic Landmark Craftsman Farms is the former country estate of noted designer Gustav Stickley. The main building is a 1911 massive stone and log house, widely recognized as one of the most significant structures of the American Arts and Crafts movement.
Stickley’s Log House has been restored to its 1911 appearance and is interpreted with numerous original objects from the Arts and Crafts period. Furnished with many rare Stickley designs including those attributed to designer Harvey Ellis. Pottery, metalwork, some textiles and original lighting also on view.
Guided Tours depart hourly between 12:15 AM and 3:15 PM.
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