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Seven Hearths

Built in 1740, in what is now known as Mill Springs it is said to have been the first clapboard house in the county. In 1934, when it was in a state of total disrepair, Dorothy and Arthur Brintnall, antique dealers from Chicago, decided it could be reclaimed and restored. Read More Below

Built in 1740, in what is now known as Mill Springs it is said to have been the first clapboard house in the county. In 1934, when it was in a state of total disrepair, Dorothy and Arthur Brintnall, antique dealers from Chicago, decided it could be reclaimed and restored. They bought the house and had it moved piece by piece to its present location across from Harmon Field. The Brintnalls restored the original elegance to the house with a few exceptions. Today, Seven Hearths is a private residence, but its stately presence can be viewed from Harmon Field Rd. Seven Hearths is on the National Register of Historic Places.