Mansion House

The Mansion House is located along the National Road in historic Centerville, Indiana. Built in 1840, the building once served as a tavern to travelers. It is now owned by Historic Centerville and is open for scheduled community events and tours, upon request.

Photo: Centerville's Mansion House.  Click to view on our Flickr stream.

Photo taken February 29, 2008

  • Mansion House, Built in America, American Memory, Library of Congress

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