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Naper Haight House
This small board and batten house was built in the 1850s on South Washington Street. Farmer John Haight purchased this building in the 1860s from the family of John Naper, the brother of Naperville founder Joseph Naper. Haight may have used it as an outbuilding for storage or as housing for farm laborers. It was later rented as a residence.

The restoration of the Naper-Haight House necessitated the disassembly and rebuilding of the structure, which required the dedication of numerous volunteers and area contractors. The house is not open for touring.

Naper Haight building   Naper Haight building

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