This restored farm complex was typical of rural farmsteads of Iowa in the 1880s. In addition to the dwelling, there is a barn, a summer kitchen, a smokehouse, and other outbuildings. The grounds have been planted with the sorts of trees, shrubs, and flowers which were normally grown in the 1880s. The complex is open to the public.
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Seminole Valley Farm Inc.
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