Panguitch's Historic Red Brick Homes

Description

Panguitch has one of Utah’s finest collections of native brick houses, with over 80 homes dating from 1880 to 1940. The early settlers recruited brick makers from Europe who used local clays to make the bricks. Common features of these red brick homes are two-brick thick interior walls, and 11-foot ceilings with transoms over each door used for ventilation. Along with the main home, families built a smaller building which was used as either as a mother-in-law home or granary. A self-guided walking tour of Panguitch’s historic buildings and red brick homes can be picked up at the Garfield County Visitor Center, Panguitch City Office and other local businesses.

Address

Found on Main and Center Streets
Found throughout town
Panguitch, UT 84759

Lat/Long

37.82714500, -112.43586600
Visit Website
(435) 676-8585

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