Strock Stone House

Strock Stone House

Built in 1831 by William Strock on 200 acres.

Address: 7171 Mahoning Avenue east of the Meander Reservoir.

House is believed to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad. Runaway slaves seeking freedom were given temporary shelter in the cellar.

Consists of 11 rooms, the cellar and an adjacent barn.

Artifacts: Printing press and type, quilts, men and women’s clothing from the 1800s, furniture, toys.

Operated by the Austintown Historical Society since 1991.

Public tours: First Sunday of every month, free of charge. Donations are accepted. No reservations are required.

Private tours: Available free of charge. Reserve by calling the historical society at (330) 799-8051.

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