National Register of Historic Places in Nye County
The George A. Bartlett House is a Shingle style house, a style more commonly found in the northeastern United States and almost unknown in Nevada. The house is built on a rubblestone foundation and has an asymmetrical design typical of the style.
Located on Mount Brougher overlooking the town of Tonopah, the house was built for George A. Bartlett who was later elected to the United States Congress. Bartlett lost the house in the Panic of 1907.
The house became a Knights of Columbus Hall before being abandoned.
Several owners have attempted to renovate the building but have only suceeded in slowly dismantling it.