1914 – Chesaning, MI – $285,000

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Added to OHD on 10/17/17 - Last OHD Update: 3/5/18 - 15 Comments
324 W Broad St, Chesaning, MI 48616

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Over $200,000 in updates in the past 10 years in this historic home on the boulevard in Chesaning. Impeccably maintained with updated energy efficient heating and central air systems. Stunningly beautiful woodwork throughout and an incredible wrap around stone front porch. Over 3,500 sq. ft. plus finished basement with full kitchen, family room & workshop. Third floor could also be finished. Beautiful newer kitchen, working dumbwaiter & cistern. Attached heated 2 car garage with bathroom & rec room. Zoning allows for business or residential use.
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The Ebenhoeh Team, RE/MAX TriCounty      (989) 323-2161
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15 Comments on 1914 – Chesaning, MI – $285,000

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  1. Randy C says: 383 comments

    I really like this house! It’s not a style I am usually drawn to, but the stairway, wood trim and floors are beautiful. Also at least a couple of very nice original (I think) light fixtures and that barrel ceiling in the dining room is unusual. I cracked up when I saw the hammock on the balcony. It was totally unexpected but somehow whimsical to me! Does anyone think the dumbwaiter would be behind that short door in the kitchen? Interesting….wonder where it goes?

    • ReginaKT says: 55 comments

      I was wondering about that short door also.

    • Priscilla says: 34 comments

      There’s also a narrow door next to the bathroom sink. Perhaps that wasn’t always the bathroom. Maybe that’s the dumbwaiter or just a cabinet. I was wondering the same thing.

      • Indymom12Indymom12 says: 195 comments
        1937 nancy.reidel@cchmc.org

        That might be a laundry chute.

        • Priscilla says: 34 comments

          I thought of that too. I wish we could take a peek. It would make sense to have the laundry come straight into the kitchen. That may have been where the wash was done back then if that’s where the original kitchen was.

    • Dianna says: 2 comments

      I think the narrow door in the kitchen might be an ironing board.

  2. LorrieJo says: 39 comments

    Love everything about the home. I also thought the hammock looked inviting!

  3. VMaloney says: 94 comments

    I am not usually drawn to this style either but the woodwork is gorgeous! Love the stained glass as well, also like that little area on the roof…fun place to enjoy the view…but my favorite room is hands down the dinning room….love those windows!

  4. Indymom12Indymom12 says: 195 comments
    1937 nancy.reidel@cchmc.org

    I love this house! a very inviting and well cared for family home. Love all the wood!

  5. mary lin says: 11 comments

    I just want the toy room. That is one lucky kid. Oh, by the way, I love the house.

  6. Colleen J says: 1284 comments

    That staircase is to die for!!!!!!!

  7. Ms. Anthrope says: 23 comments

    What a beauty! Wow, I am blown away!!

  8. KarenZ says: 780 comments

    I completely fell in love with that staircase! Since I have found this site, I seem to fixate on them!

    I have never seen a circular thingie like that, lol! Is that a type of widow’s walk? I need one of the Old House Dreams Gods or Goddesses (Kelly) to enlighten me!

  9. Gregory K. Hubbard says: 305 comments

    Handsome and unusual architecture and very English interior woodwork and detailing.

    It would be very interesting to know the name of the architect, and other buildings he, or she, was responsible for.

  10. Glenda Dawson says: 1 comments

    Love this house! I was wondering if anyone knows whether the cabinets in the toy room are built in, or are they individual pieces?

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