The Shapley Ross House is a historic 19th-century home in Moscow Mills. Designed in the Georgian style, it is a unique example of fine stonework masonry and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The two-story structure was built around 1820 by its namesake and Moscow Mills founder, Shapley Ross. As the owner of two mills, more than a 1,000 acres of land, and 25 slaves, Ross was the wealthiest person in Lincoln. The house features ten-foot ceilings, thick walls, several windows, and four fireplaces (three of which still work). The house today is used for historical events and full-immersion programs organized by retired history Professor Karen Donathen.