Winter House (Goodrich, North Dakota)

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Winter House
Nearest city Goodrich, North Dakota
Area less than one acre
Built 1900
Built by Winter, Daniel
Architectural style Other, Vernacular Russian-German
Governing body Federal
NRHP Reference # 79001775[1]
Removed from NRHP April 1, 2009

The Winter House near Goodrich, North Dakota was built in 1900. It built in vernacular Russian-German style by Daniel Winter. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places but was delisted in 2009.[1]

Delisting usually means that a building was demolished or otherwise lost its historic integrity.

Built by immigrant Daniel Winter, it is significant as a surviving example of what is termed "puddled clay" construction, brought from Russia.[2]