The Well House is a Medical and Wellness Spa located in the recently renovated historic Lamson mansion in Tremont, Ohio. Our experienced, passionate, and highly-trained staff will help you thrive from the inside out. The Well House offers o full range of services, including injectables, microdermabrasion, waxing, chemical peels, and a skincare line tailored to fit your needs as well as micro-needling and body sculpting using radio frequency. We offer thorough, customized consultations for your individual concerns.
-Built in 1870 in Italianate style by industrialist Thomas Lamson.
-Was remodeled in colonial revival style after his death when his widow, Abbie Bradley Lamson, remarried Charles Olney in 1887.
-Olney built the well-known Olney Gallery next door in 1893. The house and gallery were connected by a brick wing.
-The Olney Gallery closed in 1907 following the death of Charles and Abbie Olney in 1903 and 1904.
-Both structures were used briefly by Polish National Church.
-The Ukrainian National Home Company purchased both structures in 1920 and was used as social and meeting space.
-The Ukrainian National Home closed in 1967.
-The Lamson Mansion and Olney Gallery then became a Puerto Rican social hall.
-Grace Hospital purchased the two structures in 1990.
-Renovations began in 2015.