Beach, Howard House
|Address:||201 Mill St., Morrison 80465|
This two-story bungalow (ca. 1918) with shingled walls has a gable shingled roof and a lean-to front porch across the side of the gable. There is a lean-to addition on the left side of the rear of the house. When the house was first built it had a large trout pond and the children of Morrison used it as a swimming pool. Walter Weir was the architect. He and his family lived in Rossville, below Morrison, and had goats and sold goat milk and cheese.
|Quad Map/Date:||1965 (1994)|
|Sec/Town/Range:||S35, R70W, T4S|
|Source:||State Inventory Form, Morrison Historic District Committee of the Jefferson County Historical Society, Aug. 28, 1975, Hiwan Homestead Museum Library|
|Last Modified:||Thu, July 9 1998|