National Register of Historic Places in Sacramento County
The William Ehrhardt House was built as a dwelling and was used for this purpose from 1914 to 2001. Ehrhardt ordered this kit home from a catalog in 1913, and it was shipped by rail and then brought by wagon to Ehrhardt's 160-acre ranch. Ehrhardt, with help from two neighbors, built the house. It sits in its original location nestled among two hundred year old Black Oak Trees.
The house is a good example of the American Foursquare (also known as the Prairie Box) style of architecture stemming from Frank Lloyd Wright's post-Victorian Prairie architecture. Characteristics of the style include:
Source: Adapted from the NRHP nomination.
The ranch is gone, replaced by single-family houses. The restored house and a few oak trees survive in a pretty little park named Ehrhardt Oaks Park.