Overview Site Map
6449 Juniper House grew from the original tack room of Hilltop, sitting adjacent to the stable and corral. Herbert added storage space to accommodate his collection of buggies and eventually converted the entire building into a residence.
Woodbine House was sited in the main Hilltop area as a cabin for campers and counselors. Following the closure of the camp, it became Herbert’s architectural office. The building shares history with Orchard House, having once been the same building, the Frank Brander School, originally sited on Hwy 14. It had to be sawed in half to fit under the power lines during moving process.
6441 Orchard House was sited high on the hill in what was once Uncle Philip’s orchard. It housed counselors until it became a private residence. It shares history with the Woodbine House, having once been the same building, the Frank Brander School, originally sited on Hwy 14. It had to be sawed in half to fit under the power lines during moving process.
6448 Deer Spring House was the last schoolhouse moved to Hilltop; it had originally been a Dodgeville school, standing at the entrance to what is now Governor Dodge State Park. It was originally envisioned to be a ski house, becoming instead a home for Ty and Janelle and their family.
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