“stay in the preserved pre-Civil War sandstone house in Richland County”
The Olde Stone House Bed & Breakfast is a two story Greek Revival style residence constructed with cut sandstone quarried from a nearby stone quarry. John C. Price bought this property in 1820 and built the original 1 1/2 story stone cabin in 1825. He lived here until 1835 when he sold the property to Samuel Lewis for $2,000. In 1837 the main part of the house was added onto the cabin. It is on The National Register of Historic Places as the Samuel Lewis House. Lewis is significant as one of the first settlers in this area, arriving in 1809. He initially settled in nearby Worthington Township where he built a blockhouse for protection of settlers during the War of 1812. The following year Lewis cut six miles of the road from Mansfield to Ashland out of the dense forest.
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