1204 N. Buckeye – the Hollands’ Home
It has been observed that just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should. Find out more about the Hollands’ home.
1003 N Buckeye – the Meysenburg’s Home
Downsizing has become quasi-fashionable, but 45 years ago Shirley Meysenburg was looking to upsize. Find out more about the Meysenburgs’ home.
804 N. Kuney – the Soelters’ Home
Laura Soelter says she doesn’t speak French but you might think otherwise when you go through her house. Find out more about the Soelters’ home.
Red Bud Lake, 2191 Eden Rd.
Red Bud has been a getaway for Abilene area residents for nearly a century now. The 8-acre lake was artificially made in the 1920s, using horses and mules to dig out the soil in the path of a small creek that empties into the Smoky Hill River to the south. Find out more about Red Bud Lake, 2191 Eden Rd.
1105 N. Buckeye – the Seelye Mansion
The Seelye Mansion is one of the finest historic homes in Kansas. Find out more about the Seelye Mansion.
201 SE 4th – Eisenhower Boyhood Home
What makes the house so special, of course, isn’t its design. It’s the fact that one of those boys was Dwight D. Eisenhower, who went on to play a central role in World War II, and then became one of the most popular presidents in America’s history. Find out more about the Eisenhower Boyhood Home.
1005 N. Buckeye – Brethren in Christ Church
There is nothing ostentatious about the church and its leaders saw that fitting the church’s mission perfectly. Find out more about the Brethren in Christ Church.