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Williams-Craig-Sodrel House
819 Cedar Bough Place
New Albany, IN 47150




Listing Description:
This dwelling was constructed for $1,700 by contractor Issac Craig in 1891 as the home of Charles Williams, who purchased the lot for $1,250. It was the second house built on the street. The house remained in the Williams family for generations and was later owned by Charles’s grandson, Robert Craig, during the 1950s. Robert’s sister, Mildred, continued to live there until 1960. Various families lived in the dwelling until 1974, when Mike Sodrel purchased the property and began to rehab  the dwelling. At the time Sodrel was a truck driver and established a passenger transportation business. He served in the U.S. Congress in 2005-2006. The Sodrels owned the house until 1982 when they sold it to David Hock (who had previously lived at 810 Cedar Bough).



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Building Style: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1891
 

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