The craftsman style bungalow was home to Max and Minnie Voelcker.

According to lore, Minnie refused to live in the old stone home on the property, so Max had the one-story bungalow built for his bride-to-be.  The Voelckers lived in the home the rest of their lives. Max died in 1980. Minnie survived him, passing away in 2000 at the age of 96.

The home is occupied by a caretaker who once worked for Mrs. Voelcker, moving cattle.


  • Built circa 1930

  • Wood washboard siding

  • Recessed front porch with square columns

  • Arts and Crafts style details