1914 – Mason, MI

Added to OHD on 9/14/16   -   Last OHD Update: 10/6/20   -   6 Comments
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619 S Barnes St, Mason, MI 48854

  • $182,700
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2341 Sq Ft
Historic charmer is beautifully perserved. Like stepping into days gone by! Custom paint treatments, original hardware, light fixtures & unspoiled gleaming wood throughout. Must see.
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Paula Johnson, Vision Real Estate
(517) 676-7700

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6 Comments on 1914 – Mason, MI

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  1. PepperReed says: 37 comments

    YAY!!! We LOVE Mason, MI and are hoping to move there in the near future (not this house tho’). Beautiful small town, walk to the library, bank and ice cream shop. It’s close to Lansing for all the amenities (and all the interesting stuff that a great university like MSU brings to the area), and it’s also the county seat, so it’s got it’s own thing going on. Neat little festivals, great fireworks, farmers market, movies in the park and it’s own brewpub! Come on down, this house is a great reason to move here.

    • JimHJimH says: 5261 comments
      OHD Supporter

      PepperReed, you talked me into it! I might take this house, though taupe or whatever isn’t the right color.

      • LSW says: 9 comments

        It’s right down the street from me, always loved the porch. Mason is a GREAT place to live. Just what we wanted when looking for our first home, 25 years ago! Still same home, still loving it here.

  2. dreamin'bout'oldhouse ownership ~Colleen~ says: 1058 comments

    That’s a lotta house for the price … and sounds like a really nice place to live, who ever gets this is blessed!

  3. Pamela Ky girl says: 44 comments

    I love this house. Everything from that cute stove & I dearly love all of the wall paper & curtains & everything else.

  4. John Shiflet says: 5426 comments

    I find the veneered pocket door panels interesting. Such highly figured veneered panels (early versions of plywood) could be stained and finished to make the vivid woodgrain patterns stand out. I think Douglas Fir would have been the species favored although Yellow pine was still available during the WWI era. Quite a few of these veneered paneled doors were later painted over but they have to be stripped carefully to avoid delamination of the veneer layers.

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