1984 Rare Print. This print is part of a sold out edition not often found in other galleries. This print, Flynn Mansion, is in mint condition, has never been framed or exposed to light. The condition of a print determines the value and the probability of continued increases in value.
Image Size: 20-1/2 x 16-1/2 ins. Paper Size: 23 x 16-1/2 ins.
The Flynn Farm, Mansion, and Barn comprise a historic district located in Urbandale, Iowa, United State. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. From 1914 to 1967 it was owned by the state of Iowa and was part of the Clive Honor Prison Farm. After that it became part of an agricultural museum, Living History Farms.
The house was built from 1867 to 1871 in the Italianate style for Martin and Ellen Flynn. They named their home Walnut Hill. The two story house was built for $20,000. It features a hipped roof, cupola, wide bracketed eaves, narrow double-paned windows with hoods, a porch and heavily molded double doors.