The Lantz House

214 West Main Street, Centerville

This large brick house was built 1830 and became the home of Daniel Lantz, a wagon maker.  He had an attached building for working on covered wagons.  In the mid 1850’s, he left for the West to find his fortune in California. This house also has an Arch for entry to the back of the property. This building is one of the five Row Houses remaining in Centerville with an Archway for rear entrance. It remained in the Lantz family until 1927.

The Lantz House


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