Another house you can view if you walk the public path around Geneva Lake or take a boat ride on that lake is the Bonnie Brae, built in 1881 for Judge Thomas J. Withrow. He named the house for his only daughter, Bonnie, who was married at the house...
The Dwinnell farm can be seen on Bowers Road just north of the intersection with Potters Road in the town of Lafayette. I think of it as the Dwinnell farm because when he owned the property it was a part of the Underground Railroad.
You can see FlowerSide Inn only by walking the public path around Geneva Lake or taking a boat ride on that lake. It is well worth the effort.
The Wilson barn, located in the northern part of the county, sports the barn quilt titled “54-40 or Fight.” The quilt pattern references the Oregon boundary dispute, which pitted the British against the Americans in a conflict over...
This is another house that you only see by walking the public path around Geneva Lake or by taking a boat ride on the lake. It is worth the special effort to see this lovely home. It is on the north shore of the lake, east of Chapin Road in the town...
The barn on the Rieck farm at W3480 County Highway ES sports a barn quilt titled “Sunbonnet Sue.” It is in Section 10 of the town of LaFayette.
You can see the Alta Vista house if you walk the public path around Geneva Lake or enjoy a boat ride on the lake. Sometime in the late fall to early spring you can see the house from a distance as you travel Snake Road in the town of Linn.
The Ames Farm at N4492 Bowers Road in the town of Geneva features the barn quilt “Sunburst.” Mary Ames purchased the farm, located just south of Hospital Road, in 2003.
The Susan Bellman farm at N6084 Johnson Road in the town of Richmond is also home to the Great Lakes Agricultural Research Service.
You can see the Yuppie Hill Poultry Farm at W1384 Potter Road, close to the county line with Racine County. It's in Section 16 in the town of Spring Prairie. Their barn features an appropriate barn quilt, “Hen and Chicks.”