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Carroll House Hotel

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Area  less than one acre
NRHP Reference #  94000221
Added to NRHP  17 March 1994
Built  1889
Opened  1889
Carroll House Hotel
Location  19 N. Monroe St., Fullerton, North Dakota
Built by  Keller, Herman; Butchardt, Mr.
Architectural styles  Second Empire architecture, Shingle style architecture
Similar  Super Slide, Dakota Zoo, Chahinkapa Zoo, Red River Zoo, Roosevelt Park Zoo

The Carroll House Hotel on Monroe St. in Fullerton, North Dakota was built in 1889. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. The listing included three contributing buildings which included Shingle Style architecture and Second Empire architecture.

According to its NRHP nomination, "the Carroll House Hotel is locally significant in the area of commerce, because it was among the first businesses located in the Fullerton community, and it is the only extant and best preserved example of a hotel and restaurant from the late nineteenth century." Also its "architectural composition, one of restraint and simplicity, represents the Second Empire and Shingle styles from this period. Few changes have occurred with the building, resulting in a high degree of integrity."

The hotel was named for Carrol Sweet, the son of its builder.


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