Beeler House, Mankato, gets revived


The historical Beeler House, Mankato, has recently undergone a lot of restoration and unique updating. This 120 year old Queen Anne Victorian House was one of the several historic houses featured during the 150th Year Mankato Celebration held on Memorial Weekend. Located on Commercial Street, this unique house is thought to be built by L.C. Beeler, a farmer from the Ionia area. He was the son of the well known early pioneer farmer-stockman, Fredrick Beeler. He lived in the house until the 1930s. Years later, Bill and Mary Lagergren purchased the house and lived there for 30 years, using it...

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