Year Built: 1907
Architect: Thomas Kimball
Style: Arts & Crafts
Designated Omaha Landmark: 9/11/1984
Designed by the prominent Omaha architectural firm of Fisher and Lawrie, the Charles Storz house is one of the finest examples of Arts and Crafts style architecture in the city. The house was built in Kountze Place, a wealthy early Omaha suburb, by Charles Storz, the brother of brewing magnate Gottlieb Storz. Built in 1909, the Storz House was renovated in 1983 as a historic preservation project involving the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Landmarks, Inc., the City of Omaha and the Consumer Services Organization.