The Dyer Homestead was built in 1875 and was purchased in 1951 by the late Cornwell and Madeline Dyer. In those days it was part of a surrounding working farm. The home’s original structure consisted of 6 rooms. This Victorian farm home has a reputation for its intricate woodwork defining its large wrap around porch that catches the eye of weekend travelers through the county. The Dyer home has a rich history with a few famous political passersby’s who spent occasional nights there. The property also is the site of a grist mill that was in operation during the 1800’s and early 1900’s. Remnants of this mill are still visible today. The home is currently occupied by the granddaughter of Cornwell & Madeline Dyer.
Open courtesy of Ann Dyer