George F. Lee Octagon Houses

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George F. Lee Octagon Houses
George F. Lee octagon house (3).JPG
Frame octagon house
George F. Lee Octagon Houses is located in Nebraska
George F. Lee Octagon Houses
George F. Lee Octagon Houses is located in the US
George F. Lee Octagon Houses
Nearest city Nebraska City, Nebraska
Coordinates 40°34′18.03″N 95°48′5.39″W / 40.5716750°N 95.8014972°W / 40.5716750; -95.8014972Coordinates: 40°34′18.03″N 95°48′5.39″W / 40.5716750°N 95.8014972°W / 40.5716750; -95.8014972
Built Date unknown; 1872
Architect Lee, George F.
NRHP reference # 77000834[1]
Added to NRHP November 23, 1977

The George F. Lee Octagon Houses were built by farmer and carpenter George F. Lee south of Nebraska City, Nebraska near the Missouri River. The first constrtucted was a frame octagon house, whose date of construction is unknown; the second, a brick octagon house, was built in 1872 across the road from the first.[2]

On November 23, 1977, they were added to the National Register of Historic Places. Today, only the wooden house survives.[3]

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