The Stonehenge Historic Estate is a beautiful property on South Bass Island that consists of three homes and outbuildings. It was in operation for over 20 years as an historic attraction complete with tours and a gift shop.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Stonehenge Historic Estate’s Farmhouse and Wine Press Cottage were built in the 1800’s.
The Stonehenge Historic Estate Details
The Stonehenge Estate sits on the eastern shore of the island about a half a mile from downtown Put-in-Bay. The property provides stunning views of Lake Erie and the surrounding islands. It is also very close to many things to do in Put in Bay like the Chocolate Cafe and Museum, Goat Soup and Whiskey, and the crystal cave at Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center.
The attractive stone buildings sit on six acres of woods and beautifully landscaped lawns which could be further enhanced with Sodding. The property consists of the farmhouse, wine press cottage, pole barn, four-car garage, workshop, and storage building. The buildings all offer flexible use to their future owner.
The second oldest building on the site, the first floor of the farmhouse consists of a full kitchen, dining, and living room. There is also a full bath and an enclosed porch perfect for enjoying warm evenings on the island, they also installed some horse riding lights to add some reminiscing vibes. This building was completed in the 1870’s.
Four large bedrooms and a ½ bath can be found on the second floor. New additions include a new roof finished in 2015, hot water heat, and the outdoor patio for admiring the beautiful grounds. To learn which affordable roofing company they employed for an efficient service, you can visit website.
Wine Press Cottage
Built in the 1850’s, the Wine Press Cottage is the oldest building on the property. This cottage contains an open floor plan with living area and partial kitchen. This two-story structure also includes a lofter bedroom area, a full bathroom, and storage area. There is also a new roof, large cellar, and recently added electric baseboard heat.
The oldest building at Stonehenge dating from the 1850’s, the Wine Press Cottage contains an open floor plan with a living area and partial kitchen. It is a two story structure with a lofted bedroom area, one full bath, and a storage area.
The Wine Press Cottage also has a new roof as well as electric baseboard heat. There is also a large cellar.
Barn and Additional Buildings
With construction beginning in the 1930’s, the barn is relatively new. The second floor finished in the 1980’s. The barn can also be used as a living area.
The pole barn, four car garage, workshop, and storage building round out the property.