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Mitchell Rountree Stone Cottage
Built in 1837 by Rev. Samuel Mitchell, the cottage stands today much as it did 165 years ago. Mitchell was a Revolutionary War veteran. His son-in-law, Major John Rountree was one of the founders of Platteville. Rountree supervised the construction of the house which features two-foot-thick walls of dolomite Galena limestone. The home's interior displays many of the Rountree family's original furnishings.
Hours of Operation
Sat & Sun Noon-4pm.
Runs Memorial Day through Labor Day
- Wisconsin History
Dining: Near Mitchell Rountree Stone Cottage