The Marshall-Yohe House, at 316 S. Second St., in Lincoln, was constructed in 1 895 by Lincoln builder Henry Casserly. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the three-story, Queen Anne-style Victorian sits on a rustic native limestone foundation. The home features Lincrusta wainscoting in the main floor parlor, and an eight-foot, stained-glass stairway leading to the second floor. Original and period
furnishings can be found throughout the home. Updated in the 1920s, several art deco details and indoor plumbing were a dded during the renovation. The garden area occupies a large space, approximately a lot and a half in size, directly behind the house. The home is open to the public by appointment.