Experience a piece of history. Constructed around 1835, the canal house was built by and for Irish immigrants who were hired to construct parts of the Wabash and Erie Canal. Renamed the Riparian House, the property is one of six remaining canal houses in Lagro, Indiana and the only house maintaining its original structure.
After purchasing the neglected canal house, owners weren't sure if they were even going to be able to preserve that kind of history due to the amount of damage, but it was a challenge they were willing to try.
View the before and after transitions of this historic home available for rental.
Catch a baseball game, take a walk by the river, enjoy a church service, a night at the Legion, or the Good Old Days festival. Whatever brings you to Lagro, we know you will enjoy your stay!
"This was the perfect getaway for our 10 year anniversary! So cozy and unique. We had a great time exploring the area."
Rebecca & Armando