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Princeton, Illinois Historical Property

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Raymond J. Wegrzyn, private proprietor of the home in Princeton, Illinois located on Old Route 6. If you are looking for historical property for movie sets or paranormal activity research - this is the perfect property. More photos and blueprints can be found at the Library of Congress Property History: 1808 - as the Winnesheik Fur Trading Post. 1812 - Western Outpost for the British. 1818 - Winnesheik Stage Coach Stop. 1835 - Battle of the Alamo. 1837 - Robert E. Lee passed through on the way to Rock Island to survey for railroad bridge. 1840 - Hassler Tavern. 1933 - Speak Easy - Closed and became a farm house. 1935 - Department of the Interior surveyed building. 2012 - Reconstruction Began.

Category and style

Ranch

Parking

Private parking for 12 cars

Truck / motorhome on site parking: On property

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
1
Property size (sq ft):
1600 sq ft
Lot size:
85000 sq ft
Main floor number:
3

Location Rules

Use of restroom(s) for a crew of 15 people or less is allowed

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Hair/Makeup area
Wifi

Features

Exposed Beams
Ornate Doors
Wood Doors
Backyard
Barn
Columns
Courtyard
Garage (Detached)
Gates
Large Grounds
Stable/Corral
Toolshed
Walkway
Carpet Floor
Dance Floor
Dark Wood Floor
Linoleum Floor
Tiles Floor
Basement
Bookcase
Dressing Room
Home Bar
Home Gym
Home Library
Home Office
Home Recording Studio
Walk-in closet
Wine Cellar
Workshop
Country Kitchen
Dance
Dance/Yoga/Fitness
Equestrian
Gun Range/Archery
Gym
Brick Walls
Mirrored
Wallpaper
Wood-Paneled Walls
Picture/Stationary Windows
Sash/Up And Down/Hung Windows

Restricted Areas

Kids room

Crew access

Stairs
Street Level
Location
Exact location provided after booking