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Bottino Residence

This one-story vernacular (the common building style of a period or place) house was built in 1903 of hand-hewn stone laid in a random ashlar pattern. The original part of the building is a late example of a hall-parlor house type, which was common in Utah during the second half of the nineteenth century. The house was built by John Bottino and used as a rental property until 1944 when his son, Jim, acquired the property and lived here with his wife, Ida.

249 South 100 West in Helper, Utah