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George E. Stubbins House
Britt Iowa historic house George E. Stubbins House.jpg
Location 248 1st Ave., SW.
Britt, Iowa
Area less than one acre
Built 1886
Architectural style Queen Anne
Stick-Eastlake
NRHP reference No. 99000453
Added to NRHP April 15, 1999

The George E. Stubbins House, also known as the Reibsamen-Weiland House, is a historic residence located in Britt, Iowa, United States. George E. Stubbins was a local merchant who built the first brick commercial block in town, and served as Britt's first mayor. Mary Reibsamen in 1922, and it has remained in that family at least into the late 1990s. The house is considered one of the finest Eastlake houses in Iowa. Its Gothic Revival influences, which include the corner oriel window, the gabled and bracketed roof over the first-story bay, and the vergeboards, are combined with its cross-gable hip roof from the Queen Anne style to fully express the Stick style. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.

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