Timeless: Own This Cadillac Estate Crafted by the Grand Hotel Architect
Historic architecture and Michigan go hand in hand. Scattered throughout the state are incredible homes filled with timeless craftsmanship and design, and owning one is truly a dream. Now, imagine waking up every morning in a home designed by the same architect who crafted the legendary Grand Hotel.
Nestled in the heart of Cadillac, this historic gem was meticulously crafted in 1897 by George Mason, the very same architect responsible for the grandeur of the renowned Mackinac Island Grand Hotel. Every brick, every arch, and every detail is a testament to the timeless elegance and craftsmanship of a bygone era. This is your chance to own a piece of architectural history for less than what you may think.
The home is currently on the market for $859,900 which considering the background, seems like a vintage deal. As you step through the front door, you'll be transported to a world of opulence and charm. The soaring ceilings, intricate moldings, and grand staircases will leave you in awe. Each room of the 5577 square foot home tells a story of a bygone era, with original features that have been lovingly preserved.
Originally built for prominent lumber Baron Frank J. Cobbs in 1897, the 5-bedroom & 5.5-bathroom home was designed for old-world luxury living. Inside details include African mahogany, 1/4 sawn oak, rift sawn oak, birdseye, and other maple woods as well and 6 unique fireplaces are crafted with Grueby tiles, bronze, wood & marble. The list goes on and on with the finest attention to detail present at every turn.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a home with such a rich history and architectural significance. Whether you're a history enthusiast, an architecture aficionado, or someone who simply appreciates the finer things in life, this home will captivate your heart.
Contact Shannon Beia at 231-883-9930 at Coldwell Banker Schmidt and embark on a journey back in time. In the meantime take a look below at this timeless treasure below.
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