The Clemens Vonnegut Jr. House

Sitting on the old east shore of Lake Maxinkuckee, The Clemens Vonnegut Jr. House has been rooted in Culver’s rich history since it was built in 1889 “as a summer retreat from the Vonnegut’s residence in Indianapolis,” according to the home’s website. This 3,800 square foot home sleeps 18 adults, 2 toddlers, and 4 more on roll-away beds in 7 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Located right on the water, the home boasts “panoramic views of the lake and the Academy from the Great Room, or from the full length porch . . . Working fireplace, Victrola with hundreds of records in collection, Card Tables and a somewhat working upright piano/player piano.”

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