Thursday, April 30, 2015

608 S. Way Ave. - Sutton House Project


What do you know about this house at the end of South Way Avenue?


At the dead end of South Way Avenue - S. 608 Way 


Welcome to another edition of the Sutton House Project. Check out this page for details and links to other houses posted on the blog:    http://suttonhistoricalsociety.blogspot.com/p/sutton-house-project.html

We welcome your comments about this house, for instance:

-          When was the house built?
-          Who built it?
-          Is there anything interesting or distinctive about the design, construction or features of the house?
-          Who lived in the house and when?
-          Were you ever in the house? What did it look like at that time?
-          What stories have you ever heard about the house?
-          Any other comments…

Do you have any photos of this house from the past? If so, we’d appreciate a copy.

Post in the comments below.

Okay, and thanks for playing.

n  The Management


3 comments:

Sutton Historical Society said...

This house was the home of Dr. Asa in Ong, the long-time physician for the southeast corner of Clay County. Tom Sheridan moved the house to Sutton. It is the home of Rose and Butch Bauder today.

Audrey Fisher said...

I have so many good memories growing up in this house! The house has 4 bedrooms upstairs, including a sun porch. The upstairs also has long Hallway and two huge walk in closets. The downstairs has a nice living room, dining room, and a big kitchen. When I was growing up we also used one of the downstairs rooms for our playroom. My mother had a sewing room. We would roller skate in our basement and play shuffleboard. We also had a ping pong table. I absolutely loved growing up in this house.

Mary H. said...

I remember the day this house was moved to Sutton. Mom & Dad brought us in to town to watch that large home move ever so slowly down main street. What a beautiful home Aunt Pat made it!