Four Mile House
The Four Mile House from Rolling Prairie, Wisconsin, was built in 1853 at the halfway mark between Beaver Dam and Horicon which are about 8 miles apart. The building was originally a stagecoach inn that catered to tired and hungry travelers. It was restored and relocated to Old World Wisconsin where thousands of visitors each year can experience its history.
From the Maker, Cat's Meow
Celebrate and remember your favorite places by including our 3/4" thick wooden keepsakes in your home décor. A few favorite spots where Cat’s Meows like to reside are: perched on top of your window and door trim or wainscoting, tucked into your bookshelves, displayed on your work desk, or sprawled across your fireplace mantle. We make little wooden replicas of buildings (including your own home), landmarks, and scenes to help you remember the good times in your life. We design and print the front of our 3/4" thick wood with colorful details, and the back includes the story. Cat's Meow Village is so named because our black cat mascot, Casper, is hiding on every piece! Crafter-turned-Founder, Faline Jones, has a thing for cats! You buy the Cat's Meows that have meaning for you and display them around your home or office. We are a woman-owned, pure American company, and we are right around the corner in Wooster, Ohio!
- Size: about 6" wide by 0.75" thick.
- Story of Four Mile House on reverse side
- Made in the Ohio, United States