refers to several historic houses
in the United States
; including Julius Hunziker House, Marge Hunziker House and O. F. Hunziker House. Hunziker House also refers to the "Casa Hunziker" found in Switzerland.
Casa con studio Hunziker
The Casa Hunziker
is a modern single family home and studio designed by Swiss architect Rudy Hunziker for his own residence. It is located off the Via Gola di Lago in Capriasca
), Canton Ticino
Julius Hunziker House
The Julius Hunziker House
is a Tudor
Revival classic designed by architect Ward Wellington Ward
in 1926 for Julius Hunziker
. The house is located at 265 Robineau Road in Syracuse
, Onondaga County
, New York
. The Hunziker House was listed February 14
on the National Register of Historic Places as Building #97000087.
Marge Hunziker House
The Marge Hunziker House is located in the Reiman Gardens
at Iowa State University
. Constructed in 2001. Surrounded by the Town and Country Garden.
O. F. Hunziker House
The Professor O. F. Hunziker House was designed by architect Charles Wheeler Nicol
in 1913 and is now demolished. Dr. Otto Frederick Hunziker
ran the Purdue University
dairy program from 1907 to 1917. The house was located at 124 Marstellar Street, West Lafayette
. The building housed Purdue University’s Chi Omega sorority during the 1920s. The site currently houses Purdue’s Visual & Performing Arts Building.
Anglicized Variants of Hunziker
Hunsicker House, 431 N. Main Street, Bernville, PA
Isaac Hunsicker House
The Isaac Hunsicker House is located at 4062 Heckler Road, Skippack Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
, one mile south of the town of Skippack
. In 2007, the Skippack Historical Society saved the Isaac Hunsicker House
from demolition. Isaac Hunsicker, Sr. was the third deacon listed for the Lower Skippack Mennonite
Church, one of the earliest U.S. Mennonite congregations. Isaac the Elder likely constructed part of the house before conveying the tract to Isaac the Younger in 1809. The house at least dates to 1833. The main block comprises a two-story brick center section (c. 1834) and a two-story stone north section (c. 1845). The south block comprises a two-story stone south section (c. 1770) and a two-story stone section (c. 1845) that connects the south block to the main block.
The Hikes-Hunsinger House has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places (#75000769) since October 10, 1975. It is an 1824 Federal style
residence located at 2834 Hikes Lane, Louisville, KY
. Residence of early Louisville pioneers Charles Edward Hunsinger and Paulina Crawford Hikes. Nearby Hunsinger Lane remains a significant local thoroughfare.
Dr. Charles Hunsucker House(s)
Two historic houses located in the Claremont neighborhood of Hickory, North Carolina