The Daniel Hertzler House was built in 1854-1855, a Pennsylvania Style Bank House and is an interesting study of 19th century architecture, a design for convenience and an example of Midwestern individualism. The house was built as a farm home for a rich Mennonite and the furnishings reflect this theme. The d?cor centers on the pre-Civil War period. There are a few pieces from the family and the remainder are antiques of the period.
Hours: Open Sundays, June to August, 1:00-3:00 p.m. and for special events. Tours by reservation as requested.
Address: 930 South Tecumseh Road
Phone: (937) 882-6000
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