Cloverbrook Farms


Cloverbrook Farms

The land which is now where the homes of Cloverbrook Farms are nestled was once part of the more than 2,800 original acres of Undulata Farm. Colonel Harry Weissinger founded Undulata Farm in 1902 and derived its name from the gently rolling terrain of Shelby County.

The prominent stallion American Born and the World’s Champion Stallion Beau Gallant were raised and stood stud, respectively, at Undulata Farm.

Colonel Weissinger’s brother, Phil, built a home known as the Plantation Inn near the entrance to Cloverbrook Farms in 1905. A link to photos can be found under “Pages & Links”. The Plantation Inn became the lodge for the Loyal Order of the Moose and later a restaurant. The house was demolished in 2002.


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