Christian Turck House

Off WI 59 in Old World Wisconsin, Eagle, Wisconsin

1835 log home, built in Germantown, Washington County, Wisconsin and relocated to Old World Wisconsin, a museum of early Wisconsin structures.



The home was owner occupied when the HABS/HAER report was written in 1936.

Photo taken by Alexander C. Guth for HAER ca. 1936

View photos at Library of Congress



Now known as the Schottler House, the Turck House was moved to the Old World Wisconsin outdoor museum sometime in the late 1970s.

National Register information 

Posted to the National Register of Historic Places on October 25, 1973
Reference number
NR name
Turck, Christian, House
Architectural style
Other architectural type; German Blockbau
Areas of significance
Ethnic Heritage - European; Architecture
Level of significance
Evaluation criteria
C - Design/Construction
Property type
Historic function
Single dwelling
Current function
Period of significance
Significant year
ca. 1830

Update Log 

  • April 13, 2016: Updated by J.R. Manning: Updated GPS Location
  • September 4, 2011: Updated by J.R. Manning: Updated Status



Christian Turck House
Posted March 6, 2016, by J.R. Manning

You might check out the pages about this property on the HABS/HAER website. It includes some information about the house when it was first surveyed in 1936.

You'll also find the link on the pages of the landmark, itself.

Christian Turck House
Posted March 2, 2016, by June schmit haase (Jhaase [at] Comcast [dot] net)

I was so happy to see this picture of the log cabin my great great great grandfather built. He came to this country in 1884 and I have been trying to get more info on my genealogy of the Turck family.

I visited Old Wisconsin when his name was still on the cabin.

I would like to g t more info.