ELEGANT AND HISTORIC WATERFRONT HOME. This four-bedroom, four-bath stone-built home on just over an acre of land is part of the East River historic district. It has been completely restored safeguarding original details and protecting the charm of a 160-year-old house.
A Gothic Revival structure built circa 1860, made of limestone and designed by famed architect Gordon W. Lloyd for Anthony Dudgeon. Lloyd's work can be found in Detroit (The Whitney, Wright & Co), Traverse City (Building 50), and Grosse Ile.
When you step upon the front porch turn around and take in the view of the water. Next, open the front door and set your gaze on the lovely foyer. To the right, you'll find the living room with grandiose recessed doors leading to the dining room. Past the formal dining is the kitchen, the family room, and the conservatory. On the main floor, you'll also find a stately office and a full bath. Four bedrooms and three full bathrooms are accessible upstairs by two separate staircases.
Once outside, stroll the grounds, view the courtyard, and appreciate your surroundings. Schedule your private showing TODAY.