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Old Atwood Farm
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Old Atwood Farm

675 E 700 S
Wolcottville, IN 46595

In the Atwood family since 1875, this Hoosier Homestead was featured in famed Indiana naturalist and author Gene Stratton-Porter’s novel Michael O’Halloran (1915), which inspired three film adaptations. Stratton-Porter was friends with James F. Atwood, who was born in New York state in 1846 and moved to LaGrange County with his parents in 1853. The farm is now owned by the Joest siblings, James Atwood’s great-great grandchildren, who restored the c. 1845 Greek Revival farmhouse for use as a vacation rental. The farm also includes a historic barn, garage, granary, and milk house.

Hoosier Homestead
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Location: Cass County, Indiana