Beautiful restored all original 1930 home, in beautiful Summit township with lots of old house character! Lovingly restored! This home was the first “split level” built in Michigan. Large 7 foot windows that let in tons of natural light, 20 foot high ceilings in main area with plaster carvings and beautiful trim. On half an acre corner lot on quiet street. A quirky house with lots of cool features. Columns and detail window work/trim in every room, gothic arched doorways and walls, original 7 foot tall inward opening windows throughout home, brand new energy efficient windows in sunroom bedroom with warranty. Original steam radiators all working throughout home. Front doorbell/security camera. Stainless steel appliances, convection range. Extra 3rd bedroom in basement but will have to be fully finished, has paneling and insulation as well as full size windows. The rest of the basement is partially finished but clean & dry, including a dehumidifier in sale.
Crystal door knobs, columns, built-ins and new windows and 1st floor bedroom that features a remodeled half bath. Original cork flooring in Living room Master suite with full bath on 2nd floor. Original Hardwood in Master Bedroom. Master bathroom includes 2 showers, one original and one updated. Kitchen newly renovated with new plumbing, electrical, tongue and groove ceiling with new lighting. Brand new water heater and all new internals for boiler. Must see to appreciate, the outside does not show how beautiful this home is! House sold as is. Does need some outside work but is fully updated inside and restored to original interior colors, Kitchen was completely renovated as well as “sunroom” bedroom with half bath. Brand new energy efficient windows in bedroom with warranty plus leaf filter gutters on garage and home with warranty! Wonderful original owner neighbors, on quiet cul de sac, corner lot. I have pictures of the home from 1940s-60s I can provide on sale. If you want more pictures please email me, I can provide any you would like.
Updated on August 4, 2021 at 8:22 am