1916 Colonial Revival – Saginaw, MI – $300,000

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Added to OHD on 12/14/18   -   Last OHD Update: 1/5/19   -   11 Comments
129 S Granger St, Saginaw, MI 48602

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You must see this historic gem in Saginaw! Over 4300 square feet of Georgian architecture to take in, complete with maid's quarters, a third floor theater and recreation room, butler's pantry, grand entrance and many custom features that have been meticulously maintained and restored. This home features 2 dining rooms, a formal dining area and a family dining area. The master is expansive with a room attached on one side, currently being used as an office, that has a plethora of windows to let in so much natural light. On the other side of the master is a sitting room/possible nursery to add to the space. Two of the other large bedrooms have a Jack and Jill style set-up with a shared bathroom that has beautiful tile work that makes it so unique. There is also a sun room, living room, and a library that has beautiful built-in bookcases to store all of your literary treasures. This home is perfect for entertaining or cozy nights spent in. Call to tour today!
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Karen Andon, CENTURY 21 Signature Realty
(989) 921-7000
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11 Comments on 1916 Colonial Revival – Saginaw, MI – $300,000

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  1. Glen says: 45 comments

    The wine fridges, stoves & safe sold me on this one.

  2. StevenF says: 629 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    I love that paneled room. The sconces in the bedrooms are a nice touch.

  3. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1719 comments

    I like it! The front entryway with the staircase mainly parallel to the front of the house, the original sun & sleeping porches, the windows, incl. their incorporated ledges & seats, the various French doors & single glazed multi-paned doors throughout the house, the large built-in bookcase, the paneled room, the gleaming hw floors… And, I like the attention to detail in the kitchen when they used mint green glass knobs & cabinet pulls to go with the stoves. 👍🏼 (But personally, I would switch out the wine fridges for more drawers and cabinet space.) And, I like the fact that it’s a brick house (less maintenance, unless it’s your unlucky turn to have it re-pointed)!

  4. Jeanne Smith says: 46 comments

    I really like the look of old cabinets that don’t have a toe kick. It just looks pleasing to my eye.

  5. RosewaterRosewater says: 4068 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Looks like it belongs in a John Hughes film: or maybe “Home Alone”. Heheheh.

    Accidental John Hughes?

  6. Elizabeth Hiles says: 3 comments

    Not just one, but two vintage stoves in that pale green. Unique!

  7. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1719 comments

    And… did anyone else’s mind go right to these lyrics of Paul Simon’s “America”?
    “Michigan seems a dream to me now
    It took me four days to hitch-hike from Saginaw
    I’ve come to look for America…”

  8. Clay says: 23 comments

    I don’t see why grand old houses like this couldn’t become alternatives to traditional retirement homes. Three or more retirees could pool their resources, make individual apartments (no kitchens there: changes to the original fabric would be kept at a minimum) on the second and even third floors (an elevator would be a must), leave the first floor as common space, and hire a part-time cook and cleaning service. Perfect, except for a few inevitable clashes of personality and government interference re “codes”.
    Never mind…

    • JimHJimH says: 3808 comments
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      It’s a great idea that some of us have mentioned on OHD. I’ve explored it in some detail: it’s best done on a house-by-house basis with one owner, minimal alterations and a communal living agreement. Multiple ownership is too complicated, and health-care services have to be handled by the individual for their own needs.
      The idea could take off if there was a general set of guidelines and some oversight, possibly with a web-based organization coordinating owners and residents. There are millions of folks in the 65-90 year range that don’t need a nursing home but could happily live in a communal home with shared services.

  9. PepperReed says: 56 comments

    This the the house that Lefty Frizzel moved into after he sold his father-in-law his Klondike claim. :^)

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