The Kehlbeck Farmstead, located near Avoca, is a remarkably well-preserved farmstead composed of twenty-three buildings illustrating an early twentieth century general farm operation. Noteworthy buildings include the two-story frame house, built in 1907, and the large frame barn, constructed around 1910 to house both horses and cattle.
Several of the buildings, as well as the landscaping, reflect the German background of Henry Frederick Kehlbeck, who emigrated to the United States in 1885. One of the most striking features of the farmstead is the system of alleys created by cedar tree plantings framing the main farm lane and the front yard.
- Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
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