The Ben Stout House is listed on the National Register of Historical Places because it dates back about 200 years, making it the oldest man-made structure in The Parklands. Daniel Omer most likely built the house during the early 19th century and sold it to Ben Stout, its namesake, in 1867.
Talk about solid real estate.
Set back in a glade against a border of woodland, the historical Ben Stout House hosts Wednesday Wonders each week. The restored home is great for intimate gatherings of 15 or less, and it can serve as a dressing area for wedding parties tying the knot up the road at Hockensmith Barn. Available by appointment only or to guests during scheduled events.
Attention all social butterflies.
Host your event with us and feel good about choosing The Parklands, since funds generated from facility rentals support the annual operations of this donor-supported public park. Read up on the permits required for large group use or commercial activity use.