A vacant farmhouse on Route 73 on the outskirts of South Kingman. This was built by Zephaniah Underwood between 1884 and 1887, and the entire property used to be an apple orchard. He used to sit in the tower so that he could keep an eye on his fieldworkers, to make sure they weren't stealing any apples. It was used as an orchard as recently as the late 1940s. The Underwoods used to be one of the area's more prominent Quaker families. This house is one of the more gorgeous architectural examples I've seen in my travels.
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