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Woelke-Stoffel House

Located in Founders’ Park, the Woelke-Stoffel House is a Queen Anne Style two-story home built in 1896. This house was constructed by architects Armstrong Davis Porter and Geroge Franklin Barber, and the City of Anaheim now owns it. Free public tours are available on the 3rd monthly Saturday.
The Woelke-Stoffel House is just a couple of miles from Disneyland, making it a popular tourist destination in the city. On July 8, 2013, the Woelke-Stoffel House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Pioneer House of the Mother Colony (which can also be found at the park) was built by George Hanson.
Also at the park, a large Queen Anne-style Carriage House, a small orange grove, a windmill, a Pump House, a vegetable garden, and a Moreton Bay Fig Tree (an 1878 city landmark) can be found.
This house is one of the Queen Anne-style oldest homes in Anaheim. It passed through several owners until it was eventually purchased by Peter Stoffel and his family in 1907 and became a part of a successful citrus ranch. The Stoffel family lived in the house until they passed away, and it was preserved and moved to its current location at the Founders’ Park, along the Mother Colony House. The house is fully decorated with antique furnishings, and almost every room is open for display; a small gift shop can be found on the second floor.

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