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The Patrick Ranch House, also known as Glenwood, is on the 28 acre Patrick Ranch. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The annual Threshing Bee & Antique Equipment Show is held there in June. The Wright-Patrick House, on the Midway north of the Patrick Ranch, is the oldest wood structure in northern California.
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2009-04-08 12:25:43 There are 2 houses on the Midway connected with the Patricks. This one is called the "Northgraves, Compton, Patrick" Ranch. Check with the Chico Museum (Far West Heritage) for the correct name. Photographs #2 & #4 are of the "Wright-Patrick" Ranch, currently owned by the Brusie Family, dated c. 1852, and one of the oldest wood frame buildings in the northern part of California. Check with Chico Heritage for more info (345-7522). —220.127.116.11
2009-07-15 15:45:10 Pictures #2 and #4 are of the original Patrick Ranch House, now known as the Old Patrick House, or the Wright-Patrick House, which is next to the Glen Oaks Memorial Park on the Midway. —18.104.22.168
Pictures #1 and #3 are of the Northgraves - Compton House which is located on the 28 acre Patrick Ranch that is owned by what is now the Far West Heritage Assoc. formerly Chico Museum.