The present day Shoup House

Wednesday - Saturday
11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Design Consultations by Appointment

100 N. Winans Street
Battle Ground, Indiana 47920
(765) 567-4132

About Shoup House Antiques

Built in 1860, the Shoup House reflects the Italianate and Greek Revival architecture of the 1850s.  

Located in what is now Battle Ground, Indiana, the Shoup House retains its architectural integrity from the period and is now home to Shoup House Antiques & Interiors, which offers an outstanding selection of antiques, accessories, country finds, collectibles, furniture, holiday decorations, and primitives.

Shoup House Antiques is owned and operated by Michele Fields, an interior designer and antique lover, who purchased the home and opened shop in 2001. To contact Michele, please send an email to

About the House

The Shoup House was built in 1860 by Emmanuel and Mary Shoup on an area that was originally part of a 700-acre land grant given to John Tipton in 1829 for his services in the Battle of Tippecanoe.  The original architecture and owners can be seen in the photo above.

A descendant of Emmanuel and Mary, General David M. Shoup (1904-1983) was a Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps who was awarded a World War II Medal of Honor.


In the 1950s, a garage was added onto the Shoup House. The upper porch was also remodeled, as seen in the photo to the left.