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General Ashael Stone Mansion

General Ashael Stone Mansion

The latest property to be purchased by the Allen brothers is the General Ashael Stone Mansion located in Winchester, Indiana. This property, built just after the Civil War by Quartermaster General Ashael Stone, is on the National Register of Historical Places but is in need of some serious work and love. The front porch is in danger of collapse and the interior has multiple areas in need of repair, as well as a good cleaning throughout. As with all their other properties, the Allens immediately began work to ensure that the building is preserved and quickly finished repairs to the leaking roof, thus preventing further damage to the interior. Italian marble fireplaces, hardwood floors, and more beautiful woodwork are just a few of the must-see, must-save features of this historic home. 

Work on the Stone Mansion is continuing and the property is currently open to the public. 

Check back as S.T.O.P. adds photos to show the ongoing work to this gorgeous property.