In 1990, the house was restored by the Eastend Arts Council and established as a Residence
The House is available as a Writer/Artist's residence for a period varying
from one day to one year. Rent is $250.00 a month including all utilities - heat and
water, power and phone except for long distance calls.
The one and half storey house was built in 1916 by Wallace Stegner's father on this
site, and the family lived here until 1921 when they moved to Montana.
The house contains kitchen, dining, living room, study, two bedrooms and bath as well
as an enclosed veranda across the front of the house. It is fully furnished and
equipped with dishes, towels and bedding. The study on the second floor overlooks the
Frenchman River and east end of the Cypress Hills, providing a spectacular view of the
sunset. Although not large, the house would comfortably accommodate two adults and
For further information on residency in the Wallace Stegner House phone:
Or send a copy of your resume to the Stegner House Committee, Eastend Arts Council, Box
34, Eastend, Saskatchewan S0N 0T0.
The Wallace Stegner House is funded in part by donations from Mary Stegner,
Saskatchewan Heritage foundation, Writers' Development Trust, Sask. Folklore &
History Society, grants from Provincial and Federal government, and donations from many
others including assistance from the Town of Eastend and Sask. Writers' Guild.