Right next to the Ellwood House Visitor’s Center is the Little House. Originally constructed by area carpenters as a float in an 1890s parade, this tiny home is in the Stick Style of American architecture. Two young Ellwood girls were fascinated by the miniature home, so their father bought it for them. After several years the home was sold/given to other families – but the last owner donated it back to the estate.
The two little girls liked the house so Daddy bought it for them and completely furnished it down to miniature tea sets.
This picture from the big house gives you a good perspective on the size. You can also rent out a room in the visitor’s center for children’s birthday parties – which include the Little House which I think would be all very cool to a little girl.