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One of the many beautifully restored Historic Red Brick Homes in Panguitch basking in the colors of fall.

One of the many beautifully restored Historic Red Brick Homes in Panguitch basking in the colors of fall.

One of the many beautifully restored Historic Red Brick Homes in Panguitch basking in the colors of fall.

One of the many beautifully restored Historic Red Brick Homes in Panguitch basking in the colors of fall.

This Dutch Colonial Style home was built in the 1930's by Dr Welby and Alice White Bigelow. Today this charming home is now the Red Brick Inn of Panguitch Bed & Breakfast. Learn more about the Historical Red Brick Homes of Panguitch at Panguitch.com/historic-tour/

This Dutch Colonial Style home was built in the 1930's by Dr Welby and Alice White Bigelow. Today this charming home is now the Red Brick Inn of Panguitch Bed & Breakfast. Learn more about the Historical Red Brick Homes of Panguitch at Panguitch.com/historic-tour/

35,000 bricks were used to build this home back in 1900. The original owners Joseph and Margaret Heywood raised their eleven children here. The home has always been owned by a member of the Heywood family. It has a brick outbuilding. Learn more about the Historical Red Brick Homes of Panguitch at Panguitch.com/historic-tour/

35,000 bricks were used to build this home back in 1900. The original owners Joseph and Margaret Heywood raised their eleven children here. The home has always been owned by a member of the Heywood family. It has a brick outbuilding. Learn more about the Historical Red Brick Homes of Panguitch at Panguitch.com/historic-tour/

The Mary Dempster and Ira W. Hatch house in Panguitch, Utah. Built in 1896. Learn more about the Historical Red Brick Homes of Panguitch at Panguitch.com/historic-tour/

The Mary Dempster and Ira W. Hatch house in Panguitch, Utah. Built in 1896. Learn more about the Historical Red Brick Homes of Panguitch at Panguitch.com/historic-tour/

This home was built in 1897 of bricks from the town kiln by Mohonri Moriancumer Steele, Sr. and has one of the most interesting histories of all the old homes in Panguitch. Known by locals as the “Snake Pit,” it has changed hands more times than any other old home in town. It has been used for many puposes, a few being: a stagecoach stop with a jail in the basement, medical clinic, hotel, and apartments. Highlights: This home has nine gables. 1897 is carved into one front gable.

This home was built in 1897 of bricks from the town kiln by Mohonri Moriancumer Steele, Sr. and has one of the most interesting histories of all the old homes in Panguitch. Known by locals as the “Snake Pit,” it has changed hands more times than any other old home in town. It has been used for many puposes, a few being: a stagecoach stop with a jail in the basement, medical clinic, hotel, and apartments. Highlights: This home has nine gables. 1897 is carved into one front gable.

Known as the "Turret House," this home was built in 1900 and originally owned by Thomas and Amy Clark Sevy. Learn more about the Historical Red Brick Homes of Panguitch at Panguitch.com/historic-tour/

Known as the "Turret House," this home was built in 1900 and originally owned by Thomas and Amy Clark Sevy. Learn more about the Historical Red Brick Homes of Panguitch at Panguitch.com/historic-tour/

Corner of Main and Center Streets, Panguitch's Historic Red Brick Homes, Panguitch, UT - REVIEWS AND PHOTOS - Best of the Road by Rand McNally and USA TODAY

Panguitch's Historic Red Brick Homes - Best of the Road

This home was built before 1891 and was originally owned by Thomas and Christena Houston. Highlights of this home are the T shaped bay window and large rooms. This home is remembered as always being full of flowers. Learn more about the Historical Red Brick Homes of Panguitch at Panguitch.com/historic-tour/

This home was built before 1891 and was originally owned by Thomas and Christena Houston. Highlights of this home are the T shaped bay window and large rooms. This home is remembered as always being full of flowers. Learn more about the Historical Red Brick Homes of Panguitch at Panguitch.com/historic-tour/

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