This house was originally the granary for the Eggertsen house. Granaries at the time were built with very thick foundations to try and keep rodents out of the granary. The rock foundation is 21 inches thick and the brick walls are three bricks wide, or 18 inches thick. The granary was converted to a house in 1930, but early plans called for creating a duplex and the home is plumbed as two residences.

The first occupant was Fred J. Woolston, a laborer for Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Company at Ironton. A number of people lived in the house over the years. Burnell P. Perry, a laborer at Geneva Steel and his wife Alene, lived in the house during most of the 1940s and 1950s.

530 West 400 South in Provo, Utah