1906 Revival In Mount Pleasant Michigan
301 E. High Street, Mount Pleasant, Michigan, 48858
3 baths ¦ 7 beds ¦ 3,000 sq ft ¦ 0.5 acres or less
Kevin Keating ¦ Coldwell Banker Mt. Pleasant Realty & Assoc. ¦ email@example.com ¦ 989.330.0350
About This 1906 Revival In Mount Pleasant Michigan
Historic 3000 sq ft, 7 bedroom,2 and ½ bath three story Four Square home right in the heart of the city of Mt. Pleasant. Full basement, brick wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors, wide 3 story hardwood staircase, tons of beautiful woodwork and old world charm. 2 car detached Garage with a workshop and loft on over a third of an acre in the city.
Built in 1900 for Central Michigan Normal School (now Central Michigan University) President Charles Grawn (of which CMU’s Grawn hall is named after and the oldest building on campus) and his wife Helen who lived there from 1900-1918. Home to the next President of Central; Dr. Eugene Charles Warriner (of which CMU’s Warriner Auditorium is named after) and his wife Ellen from 1918-1939. From 1939 to the late 1960s the property was owned by Pharmacist Morris Winslow and his wife Audrey, and then the current owners the Shurtliff family.
This is the type of home you live in for decades. So the question you need to ask yourself is this: Am I up to being the owner of this home for the next several decades?