Brick and Corbett ¦ RE/MAX Bayshore ¦ 231-883-7570
About This 1894 Victorian For Sale In Traverse City Michigan
Own a masterpiece from a time when elegance was perfected! Uncompromised quality, an unmatched level of detail, and extraordinary artistry is present on every surface, and in every room of this historical 1890’s mansion. Built by Founding Father, Henry Hull, of the Oval Wood Dish Company, “The Hull House,” seemingly created to show off late 19th-century artisan woodworkers’ talent, is a must-see.
Situated on a large double lot, in an unbeatable location, this 3 story Queen Anne Victorian mansion is a work of art ready for a new owner to restore and enjoy. As you enter the foyer through the impressive double front doors, the level of detail, on every surface, in every room is incomparable! The grand staircase, trim, wood relief carvings, and built in cabinets are all completely original and flawlessly restored and maintained. All three fireplaces on the main level are works of art.
The well-appointed kitchen, complete with a Wolf Range, Subzero Refrigerator, and a gorgeous Blue Bahai Granite peninsula flow seamlessly into the original kitchen and beautiful butler’s pantry. Cook for one’s family or serve dinner for friends in the formal dining room. The second floor boasts 6 large bedrooms with oversized closets and two full baths. The wooden coffered ceiling in the hall is amazing and seamlessly carries throughout the home.
The 3rd floor of the Hull House was used as a series of apartments. With a bathroom, it offers a blank canvas for a new owner. One can’t help but admire the stateliness of the property. The gorgeous porte-cochere, large Wrap-around porch, and the beautifully landscaped yard and gardens frame the entrance. A large carriage house, built-in 2013, gives balance to the whole yard and looks as if was original to the property. It is heated, has 3 stalls, a bathroom, and a large studio on the second floor. “The Hull House” is ready for a new owner to continue the tradition of restoring its rightful place as one of the signature homes of Old Traverse City.