c. 1900 Queen Anne – Clayton, MI

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3150 State St, Clayton, MI 49235

  • $55,000
  • Foreclosure
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1837 Sq Ft
  • 1.9 Ac.
Huge 1.5 story home in Hudson Schools with almost 2 acres of land. Home has 3 bedrooms, basement and tons of space with 1837 sqft! Plus a large 2 car detached garage.
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Mark Goedert, Goedert Real Estate,
517-265-9644

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7 Comments on c. 1900 Queen Anne – Clayton, MI

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  1. John Shiflet says: 5470 comments

    I’m getting a plan book feel from this one. Perhaps the design came from one of Grand Rapids architect David S. Hopkins many planbooks but that is of small consequence. The modest Queen Anne style house also comes with a 1.9 acre lot as well as a large barn/carriage house. Seems like a decent deal at only $55K but, as always, I suggest checking out the property carefully in person before making any offers.

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  2. Ross says: 2467 comments

    All I can think of:

    ORIGINAL ROOF CRESTING!!!!!!!!

    Drool. Drool.

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  3. Kristine Casper says: 15 comments

    I live very close to Clayton Michigan, about 10 miles.
    Clayton is a very small hole in the wall.

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    • peeweebcpeeweebc says: 1069 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1885 Italianate.
      MI

      I’m in Michigan and I’ve never heard of Clayton. Looks like a fun house to restore, and love the fancy dan on the roof! Also a dry basement.

      • Southwestlovesmomma says: 114 comments

        I wouldn’t say it was always dry. Two box fans on the floor and rusty water stains under the furnace area. Also not sure whats happening near the sump pit to the right with the tiny pipe feeding to the four inch piping going thru the wall. Looks like the connection was duct taped.

  4. JimHJimH says: 5120 comments
    OHD Supporter

    This house was built for farmer Edwin Pontius Gambee (1850-1934), who lived here with his wife Ella and her mother for over 30 years. Edwin and Ella both grew up on local farms in families originally from New York state. They had no children and moved to this location about 1890, most likely so Ella would be closer to the church in Clayton to which she volunteered much of her time.

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  5. CookieCookie says: 1 comments
    1986 Ttraditional
    Flower Mound, TX

    Definitely a plan or kit house. I lived in its twin in Kalamazoo in the 1980’s which has since been demolished, but there are several more in the Vine St. neighborhood there. I am also aware of another exact duplicate in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

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