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Veraestau [IN]

When Jesse Holman combined the Latin words for spring, summer, and fall to name his property Veraestau in 1810, he hoped winter would never touch his home. Set high above the Ohio River in Aurora, IN, the landmark home captures a long sweep of Indiana's architectural history and exemplifies the historic preservation practiced by generations of two families—the Holman/Hamilton clan and the O'Brien/Gibson family.

The home offers tours.

 
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