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Stuart Dunlap Home


category : Historic Homes
A fine example of Queen Anne architectural style and furnished completely for the period this home was built in 1904 by Stuart & Martha Dunlap. This structure was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. The Dunlap family resided here for ten years.

The adjacent two-story shingle-style wood carriage house is also largely the original structure including the second level hay loft.

The Mandan Historical Society opens this home for public tours on an as requested basis.


Admission: $4.00 to $6.00 per person depending on group size
Hours: Please contact us to schedule a tour.
Address: 201 7th Ave NW
Phone: 701-667-1260
Our Email: VP@mandanhistory.org
Our Website:www.mandanhistory.org/heritagehomes/stuartdunlaphome.html

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Stuart Dunlap Home

A fine example of Queen Anne architectural style and furnished completely for the period this home was built in 1904 by Stuar...