This substantial one and one half story house was built for Andrew Olsen in the mid 1880s. Olsen, a Danish immigrant, came to Utah in 1854. He was a farmer and had two wives. The Olsens later moved to Canada. This hall-parlor plan house has a rear wing and is unique for its three over five openings in the main façade. In 1890 the house was sold to Jane Beck. In the late 1990s the house was acquired and restored by the Mitch Burton family.