Oak Hill
Oak Hill Cottage Mansfield, Ohio

Oak Hill Cottage

Built in 1847, Oak Hill Cottage has seven gables, five double chimneys, and seven marble fireplaces.  Louis Bromfield, native of Mansfield and  Pulitzer-Prize winning author, played at Oak Hill as a child.  His momories of the home were the basis for "Shane's Castle"  in his 1924 novel, "The Green Bay Tree".  Operated by the Richland County Historical Society, Oak Hill Cottage is considered to be the most perfect Gothic House in the United States. 

We welcome small clubs or family groups!  Designated Literary landmark by the National Friends of the Library Association.

Admission -
$3.00 for Adults
$1.00 for Children ages 12 and under

Hours -
Sundays (April through December) 2 p.m - 5 p.m.

Group tours can be arranged  for any week day.

Phone 419-524-1765


310 Springmill Street MansfieldOH  44902