Stone House (Lake County, California)

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Coordinates: 38°48′29.7″N 122°34′11.6″W / 38.808250°N 122.569889°W / 38.808250; -122.569889 The Stone House is the oldest building in Lake County, Northern California. The building is registered as California Historical Landmark #450 and is located in Hidden Valley Lake, California. It is open for touring quarterly and by appointment with the Stone House Historical Society.


The Stone House was built of local stone in 1853–54 by Robert Sterling. His wife was the first non-Indian woman to enter the Coyote Valley.

It was rebuilt in 1894 and served as headquarters of the Rancho Guenoc, a former Mexican land grant rancho, and also as the first store in Coyote Valley.

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  • "Lake". California Historical Landmarks. Office of Historic Preservation. Retrieved 2005-09-01.

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