Old Stamm House 1847

INACCESSIBLE MARKER
Photographed April 18, 2015
Designated January 25, 1978
Erected by Middleton Landmarks Commission
Middleton, Dane County, Wisconsin
43° 6.274′ N, 89° 29.674′ W

Middleton Landmark
THE STAMM
HOUSE
The Stamm House, built in 1847, was an early inn and provisions center for the travelers of the federal military road. The bygone scene saw stage-coaches, wagons of settlers and traders, and native Americans from nearby lakeside encampments. Later it was the Bubbert General Store and the first post office for Pheasant Branch, now Middleton. The inn is built of native limestone with a stone vaulted wine and provisions cellar. The upper meeting place and ballroom floor was reputed by early folk to have "an fine spring" for dancing. The Stamm house is one of the most venerable old structures in Dane County.
Designated January 25, 1978

NOTE: Old Stamm House is currently undergoing renovations; the marker has been removed until the work is completed. The marker should be back up May / June 2015.

The property is located on eastbound Century Avenue / County Highway M, east of its intersection with Old Creek Road, at 6625 Century Avenue, Middleton, Wisconsin 53562.

Middleton Landmarks Commission: The Old Stamm House 





Old Stamm House is located in Middleton, Wisconsin.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

was the Stamm House ever known as the Gallery owned by Boyd Johnson

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