Clotworthy-McMillan House

Demolished
Also known as: Pinto Pony Designs
261 S. Main St., Heber City, Utah

Photo 

File:Clotworthy-McMillan House Heber Utah.jpeg

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Description 

Removed from the National Register of Historic Places on March 26, 2018.

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19th Century (36,723)
Built 1876 (365)
Built during 1870s (4,872)
Elisha Averett (2)
Have Street View (40,771)
Heber City, Utah (15)
House (26,999)
Private owner (54,396)
Sandstone (4,862)
Utah (1,424)
Wasatch County, Utah (36)

Update Log 

  • April 13, 2018: Updated by Michael Miller: Updated "Status" & "NRHP Status" and Added "Description", "Street View" & "Photo"
  • June 5, 2017: New Street View added by Bill Eichelberger

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Comments 

Clotworthy--McMillan House
Posted June 1, 2017, by Sheila O'Toole (shejoe3d [at] msn [dot] com)

This is our family home. I got information that Karl Malone somehow managed to obtain permission to demolish the house to expand his car dealership. HOW is this possible? Who did he pay off to get a waiver??? This is a total outrage. This is a pioneer home, well over 120 years old and critical to the history of Heber and the surrounding area.

BTW, Malone's car dealership in Heber rates an F from the BBB. Go figure, if you have enough money you don't have to follow the rules.