Charles Naffz Building named local Sauk City landmark by village board

 

March 28, 2019

Kara OKeeffe

Connie and Mike Konkle with village president Jim Anderson.

The Sauk City Village Board voted 4-2 to approve 735 Water Street also known as the Charles Naffz Building as a local Sauk City landmark during the board meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 2019.

The building which was known as a "temporary" building, quickly constructed by land speculators to rent cheaply as an incubator for new business was purchased in 1869 by Charles and Rosalie Naffz. It remained in the Naffz family until 1952 and It was one of a few pieces of village real estate to go unsold for nearly 80 years. There was a time when many of these buildings were along Water Street with...



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