Carroll, George F., House
(275 South 400 West)
George F. Carroll bought this home in 1914. The home was originally built on a 16.5 acre lot and included a catalog ordered Montgomery Ward kit house north
of the original house (now at 247 South). In 1928, the original house caught fire and was a total loss. The same year, this bungalow home was built in its place
for $7,000. This home is interesting because of the Colonial Revival bungalow architecture and the use of multi-colored brick. The new house had hardwood floors and was connected to the city water system. The house still remains in the Carroll name as of 2001.
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