On The Market: A Palatial Limestone Mansion

It’s Wyoming’s own little Xanadu.

Photos by Kathy Kelly, Courtesy of Keller Williams

333 Oliver Rd., $1,997,000

Edwin Russell Stearns of the Stearns & Foster Company loved music so much that he built a home around it. Completed in 1908, this Wyoming home is built from Bedford limestone–the same Indiana limestone used in the Biltmore Estate and The Pentagon–and features an enormous (but out-of-commission) pipe organ. If you’re looking for a house with impressive craftsmanship, quirky features, and an interesting history, look no further than Oliver Road.


The owners spared no expense in designing their home, which features a winding oak staircase, Tiffany lighting, and a Rookwood fireplace.


While homes of this age can often be dark and gloomy, there is an abundance of windows here, and natural light shines throughout.

The current owners have done everything possible to keep the original style intact, from the woodworking to the lighting, so almost everything you see is original.

The original carriage house now serves as a huge three-car garage.

You can soak in all six acres of the property from the massive porch.


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