Z. D. Ramsdell House
1108 B St.
Ceredo, WEST VIRGINIA 25507
Contact phone: 304-453-6222
The historical Zopher D. Ramsdell House, the first brick home built in Ceredo, sets along the banks of the Ohio River and is said to have helped hide slaves on the Underground Railroad. The Ramsdells were strict Quakers and abolitionists and maintained historic documents and artifacts. Visitors may tour the house Sundays, from 2-4 p.m., except holidays.
On the National Register of Historic Places.