The Dykes Sorensen house in Ephraim is architecturally significant as an
example of Scandinavian folk building design in Utah. The house contributes historically to the thematic nomination, “The Scandinavian-American Pair-house in Utah.”

Dykes Sorensen, a Danish farmer, received the deed for this Ephraim lot in1871. The land, and presumably the house, remained in Sorensen’s possession during the 19th century. The plan and rather sparse architectural style of the house would indicate a building date c. 1865-1875. Sorensen does not appear in the biographical indices.

Located at 302 S 200 E in Ephraim, Utah.