The Andrew Warren Historic District & The East Hill

First Universalist Church - 504-506 Grant Street. Built in 1914; Tudor Revival, Alexander Eschweiller, architect (altered 2006)
Frank Pettric House - 530 McIndoe Street. Built in 1919; Spanish Colonial Revival.
Beers-Sturtevant House - 523 McIndoe Street. Built in 1881; local style.
Michael Hurley House - 414 Franklin. Built in 1899; Queen Anne.
Underwood-Hagge House - 507 McIndoe Street. Built in 1894/1904; Queen Anne/Classical (altered 1904).
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The Andrew Warren Historic District. Located on the northeast edge of downtown Wausau, The Andrew Warren Historic District has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984. Its namesake is Andrew Warren, a sawmill owner, who in 1853 bought all the land now comprising the heart of the Wausau Eastside. Today, the district owes its charm to the fine houses and homes maintained by people who care deeply about this neighborhood.Of the 62 buildings in the 10-block Warren District, all but four are houses. Some splendid and some plain, the houses were built between 1868 and 1934. Styles include a diverse yet harmonious blend of late 19th century and early 20th century homes. Walk this District and you’ll find examples of Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne, Classical Revival, and Prairie School architecture.The East HillEast of the Warren District begins an even larger historic district, the East Hill District, named for the hill rising abruptly on the east side of the Wisconsin River valley. More than 100 houses covering a 30-block radius went up between 1874 and 1930, a time frame nearly the same as for the Warren District. There are Queen Annes, Colonial Revivals, Classical Revivals, Georgian Revivals and Tudor Revivals among the many styles found here.A walk up and around and down East Hill can be done at a leisurely pace but Franklin Street is especially steep so you may prefer to drive. Except for the widely recognized Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, the houses are private homes.Visit the website or stop by the Visitor Center for more information a walking tour map.

  • Free Admission
    • Yes
  • History/Heritage Type
    • Wisconsin History
    • Historic Homes

Nearby Places

Grand Prix of Wisconsin - Championship Powerboat Racing 9/21/2019 - 9/22/2019 Wausau - 2.38 miles away
Sunset & Fall Chairlift Rides 8/15/2019 - 9/14/2019 Wausau - 3.41 miles away
Ragnar Wisconsin Trail 9/20/2019 - 9/21/2019 Wausau - 6.38 miles away
Wausau Snowmobile Grass Drags & Swap Meet 9/28/2019 - 9/29/2019 Marathon - 8.28 miles away
Pine River Fire Department Pig Roast 9/21/2019 Merrill - 14.82 miles away
Chili Blast 9/28/2019 Merrill - 15.4 miles away
Colorama Bike Tour 9/28/2019 Merrill - 15.47 miles away
Grampa's Farm 9/21/2019 - 10/13/2019 Merrill - 17.3 miles away