The Schulstad stone house is constructed of broken-faced rubble fieldstone, with ornamented wooden porch columns, robust and prominent stone buttresses on the front, and a flared cedar-shingle roof with a shed-roofed dormer. This historic house with period furnishings and items of local significance now operates as a house museum from May to September.
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Schulstad Stone House Museum
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