0.9 acres in Otsego County, Michigan
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0.9 acres in Otsego County, Michigan

221 N Center, Gaylord , Michigan 49735 - Otsego County
$475,000 0.90 Acres
4 beds 3 Bathrooms, 1 ½ Bathroom 5100 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 6159360

Description

An absolute HISTORICAL gem! Built in 1896, it is the original home of Frank A. Kramer and his wife Rae. This equisite Queen Anne Victorian is on the National Registry of Historical places. The present owners have restored this magnificent 3 story home to exemplify the glory of its conception. Beautifully maintained original wood floors, original doors and hardware, light fixtures, stained glass windows, fireplaces, meticulous built-in cabinetry and the list goes on! The five bedrooms each have their own character with walls and ceilings decorated in period fashion. The library is a wonderful display of old world craftmanship and features Maple cabinets and Sycamore woodwork. A 3rd Floor loft area makes the ideal gaming and entertainment venue complete with a rustic wet bar. Almost an acre of flower gardens, ponds, fruit trees, a toyhouse and other features turn this setting into a secluded and restful place. Call today for a personalized tour of this wonderful historical home!

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FROM M-32 TO N. CENTER ST 9 (north) home is on the west side of Center St. Corner of Center and Sheldon.

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