Red Cross House - The Stoffel House

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The 1894 Red Cross House, aka the Stoffel House or the Woelke-Stoffel House, was built by John Woelke and purchased by the Stoffel Family in 1907. The house was moved to Founder’s Park and is now on display. It is rumored to be haunted by the original caretaker, whose eyes in a portrait seem to watch visitors.

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400 N West St
Anaheim, CA
United States

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33.836532056040056, -117.9280843734523
Orange County, California
Nearest Towns:
Anaheim, CA (0.8 mi.)
Fullerton, CA (2.3 mi.)
Placentia, CA (4.1 mi.)
Garden Grove, CA (4.4 mi.)
Stanton, CA (4.4 mi.)
Buena Park, CA (4.6 mi.)
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Brea, CA (5.8 mi.)
Cypress, CA (6.4 mi.)
La Habra, CA (6.7 mi.)

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