1217 N. Carson Street
Carson City, Nevada, 89703
The Foreman–Roberts House, formerly the James D. Roberts House and now also known as the Foreman–Roberts House Museum, is a historic house and museum in Carson City, Nevada.
The house was built in 1859 and was moved to the present location in 1873.
It is the headquarters of the Carson City Historical Society and is open to the public by appointment and for special events.
It is significant "as a rare example of the Gothic Revival Style of architecture", being the only surviving example in Carson City and one of few in Nevada. It is also the oldest surviving house in Carson City.
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