New Vacation Home Listed — in the ‘National Register of Historic Places’

Old Century Farm House

This unique vacation property rests in the rural countryside, just minutes from Wisconsin Dells. There are three bedrooms ( two new queen beds , one double bed, one twin bed) and two bathrooms. The spacious Old Century Farm House includes twelve ft ceilings, two large porches, an equipped kitchen,  and more.  The vacation home is great for those seeking a quiet retreat in the country and those looking for an adventure. Within a 30 minute radius, there are a variety of Wisconsin attractions to appeal to all ages.

WI Dells 15 minutes – Duck/boat tours, golfing, theaters, shopping, hiking, water-parks, amusement parks, Lake Delton, horseback riding, zip line tours, and more
Baraboo30 minutes – Devil’s Lake, International Crane Foundation, antique shops, Circus World Museum, art
Reedsburg20 minutes – State bike trail, antique shops, quilting shops, coffee shops, golfing
Elroy20 minutes – State bike trails, hiking, canoeing, coffee shops
Mauston5 minutes – Canoeing, horseback riding, hiking, Award Winning Carr Valley Cheese Factory (watch cheese being made/taste samples), Burr Oak Winery, boating, swimming, gift shops, fishing, Castle Rock Lake, Lake Redstone, golfing, and restaurants
Necedah30 min – National Wildlife Refuge (view cranes,birds,other local and migratory wildlife, go hiking)

The vacation home was built in 1863 and is in the National Register of Historic Places . Henry Dawes, who built the the Old Century Farm House, was father of Rufus Dawes. Rufus Dawes was involved in the Civil war in Mauston and then commanded Company K of the 6th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry of the Iron Brigade at Gettysburg. We love the unique aspect to the vacation property, how often can you say that you vacationed in a piece of history?

              Other popular Wisconsin vacation locations:

Minocqua          |          Eagle River          |          Door County

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