Landmark represents German craftsmanship, faith, culture in capital
Sunday, November 18, 2012
A Jefferson City Landmark and a fine example of the German architectural style, the Buehrle House at 707 Washington St. has held love and beauty.
When Wendelin Buehrle built the brick home in 1864, it probably followed the custom of providing for his new wife, Margaretha.
Today, it holds the Lasting Impressions beauty salon.
The city’s Historic Preservation Commission said the house “is historically significant because of the integrity and purity of its design.”
It continues to stand along with many other buildings contributed to the city by ....