John Woelke House

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John Woelke House
The Woelke-Stoffel House.jpg
John Woelke House is located in California
John Woelke House
Location400 N. West St., Anaheim, California
Coordinates33°50′11.26″N 117°55′41.01″W / 33.8364611°N 117.9280583°W / 33.8364611; -117.9280583Coordinates: 33°50′11.26″N 117°55′41.01″W / 33.8364611°N 117.9280583°W / 33.8364611; -117.9280583
Architectural styleQueen Anne
Victorian architecture
NRHP reference #13000474[1]
Added to NRHPJuly 8, 2013

The Woelke-Stoffel House is a two story Queen Anne style home built in 1896, in Anaheim, Orange County, in Southern California. It was constructed by architects George Franklin Barber and Armstrong Davis Porter. The home is now owned by the City of Anaheim and part of Founders Park, in which sits a collection of historical buildings and acts as a museum. Free public tours are available on the 3rd Saturday of every month. Its location with close proximity to the Disneyland Resort makes it a popular tourist destination in the area. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 8, 2013. The house is in the Anaheim Founders' Park. Founders' Park also has the Pioneer House of the Mother Colony house built by the city's founder George Hanson . At the park is also a city landmark 1876 Moreton Bay Fig tree, a large Carriage House in Queen Anne style, vegetable garden, small orange grove, a Pump House and windmill. [2]


  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  2. ^ Founders' Park