Green Gables otherwise called the good house. The house fronts the Indian River. Neighborhood specialist William T. Wells acquired the Strobah property and assembled the Green Gables in 1886 with his significant other Nora Stanford Wells as a winter home. Green Gables is a case of Queen Anne style design, and it is accepted to be the primary home in the zone with indoor pipes and an indoor washroom.
On May 18, 2016, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Green Gables was booked for pulverization in 2015, yet a gathering of nearby history specialists worked with the proprietors, fourth era relatives, to spare the house because of its chronicled noteworthiness to the zone.