Own a piece of history! Built in 1899 The Edmondston House is historic for its masonry construction which displays a high degree of craftsmanship. As a part of the Historic Preservation District, this house is a good representation of the sandstone building techniques popular in La Veta in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In form the house is adaptation of the Hipped-Roof Box type, which was also very popular in La Veta at this time. The house features quarry-faced ashlar masonry with rope mortar joints, a bay window, a porch with simple classical columns, and fishscale shingles on gable end. This home may be eligible for State Income Tax Credits as a Contributing Structure. For more information visit www.townoflaveta-co.gov.