Oak Hill Cottage

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Oak Hill Cottage
Oak Hill Cottage and Museum.jpg
Oak Hill Cottage, Mansfield, Ohio
Oak Hill Cottage is located in Ohio
Oak Hill Cottage
Location 310 Springmill Street, Mansfield, Ohio
Coordinates 40°46′04″N 82°31′04″W / 40.76778°N 82.51778°W / 40.76778; -82.51778Coordinates: 40°46′04″N 82°31′04″W / 40.76778°N 82.51778°W / 40.76778; -82.51778
Built 1847
Architect John Robinson
Architectural style Gothic Revival
Governing body Oak Hill Cottage
NRHP Reference # 69000149[1]
Added to NRHP June 11, 1969

Oak Hill Cottage, built in 1847 by John Robinson, superintendent of the Sandusky, Mansfield, and Newark Railroad, is an historic Gothic Revival brick house with Carpenter Gothic ornamentation located at 310 Springmill Street in Mansfield, Ohio, in the United States.

It was acquired by Dr. Johannes Jones in 1864 and was the home of his family for over a century. Oak Hill Cottage was the setting of The Green Bay Tree, Mansfield native Louis Bromfield's first novel.[2]

On June 11, 1969, it was added to the National Register of Historical Places. It is now the Oak Hill Cottage and Museum.

Current use[edit]

Welcome sign

The house was bought in 1965 by the Richland County Historical Society which has restored it and now maintains it as a museum open to the public.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09. 
  2. ^ a b Oak Hill Cottage website

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