The Heritage House in historic Post, Texas is a reclaimed two-story Arts and Crafts bungalow built in 1911 by cereal magnate C. W. Post.
Originally the building was used as a boarding house for the nurses who worked in the hospital located just north of the Heritage House. (The original Post Sanitarium building now houses the Garza County Historical Museum.) Through the years the house was divided into many small apartments. The family of the late Ruth Little, who owned the house at the time of her death, donated the property to the Caprock Cultural Association of Post.
In partnership with Texas Tech University, restoration of the structure was completed in 2008. Staying true to the simple, classic lines of the craftsman style, the Heritage House now provides a charming setting for wedding festivities, business conferences and other special events. The offices of Caprock Cultural Association are located in the Heritage House.