Lantz House, Centerville, Indiana

This "archway house", one of five located in historic Centerville, Indiana, was originally the home and shop of wagonmaker, Daniel Lantz. The building next door, built in 1826, was originally a saddlery and a blacksmith shop. The Lantz House Inn was formerly operated as a Bed & Breakfast, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of Centerville's Historic District.

Photo: Lantz House with Archway

Photo taken March 14, 2006

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