The Rasmus Jensen 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.”

Rasmus Jensen was born in Denmark in 1842. Converting to the LDS Church, Jensen emigrated to Utah in 1863 and located in Ephraim. Jensen was a prosperous blacksmith and also engaged in farming, ranching, and freighting. The stone house was probably constructed in the early 1870s to be finished in time for Jensen’s wedding in 1876.

Located at 97 E 100 S in Ephraim, Utah.