c. 1900 – Charlotte, MI

Added to OHD on 4/26/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   10 Comments
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733 N Cochran Ave, Charlotte, MI 48813

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  • $164,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2186 Sq Ft
  • 0.45 Ac.
This turn of the century 3 story home is a rare find with gleaming natural woodwork throughout. The 3 bed 2 full bath with 2+car garage and work shop on almost a 1/2 acre in town are awaiting you. This is a one of a kind opportunity. There are multiple possibilities for this home. The full walk out basement offers lots of storage and a workshop area. The large lot is set up for a garden with a storage shed close for convenience. Call today
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Andy Bayes, Real Estate Warehouse
(517) 543-1119
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10 Comments on c. 1900 – Charlotte, MI

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  1. RosewaterRosewater says: 6559 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    The gas sconce pictured in pic 21 in the MBR is pretty cool. The secondary gas valve pointing down near the wall nub is a cock for a flexible hose to route gas either to a movable lamp; but more likely, since it’s a bedroom, to a small personal hygiene appliances like this curling iron for instance:

    The caravan stove in the last pic is interesting as well. Totally portable.

  2. tania mullen says: 25 comments

    Absolutely wonderful! Fixtures, wall paper, woodwork, built ins oh my!

  3. Marie says: 234 comments

    Oh, this is a wonderful house. Unpainted woodwork, nice built-ins, and those light fixtures! Even the wallpaper could stay, in my opinion. I wonder where those doors in the basement belong. One looks like a screen door.

  4. GabrielleGabrielle says: 40 comments
    1895 Victorian.
    Smithville, TX

    The Ceiling Tank flush toilet wih the chain is something that I used to see in Europe growing up. Actually, they are making a come back & can be found at expensive reproduction plumbing stores. This house has original features which are so interesting.

  5. BethanyBethany says: 3501 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    I love the subtle wallpaper, the red concrete that gives the outside little “pop”, the marble corner sink in the one bathroom, and really just about everything else. This house deserves better pictures, and even in MI it must be possible to find a sunny hour here or there to take exterior photos.

  6. Joni says: 4 comments

    I love the bathroom staircase! Absolutely wonderful home.

  7. Allyson says: 85 comments

    So many details to love: dinner bell outside, unpainted wood work, the screen door in the basement, the toilet, the attic potential, the lighting fixtures, the gas lamp and is that a wine rack next to the screen door? Wonderful

  8. says: 65 comments

    It is so amazing to me that a house survives to 2018 and still has gas fixtures, beautiful corner marble sinks and terrific bathtubs still installed. How do they survive not being updated? I’m so glad they do and I wouldn’t touch a hair on this beautiful house (except to pull up the carpet, LOL).


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