Here’s Your Chance to Own a Piece of Michigan’s Historical Copper Country
Here's your chance to actually own a piece of Michigan history. Not just a piece, but a big slice of a charming northern Michigan town.
You'll need to head way north, like way north, to stumble upon Laurium, Michigan in the Upper Penisula, but it is so worth the drive. Rich is the state's history, Laurium is located in the center of the Keweenaw Peninsula, with a population of just under 2,000 residents. The quaint town is located in the center of the Copper Country, which was the first major copper mining region in the United States. Back in the day, the town was generally home to the wealthier members of Keweenaw society, such as mine owners and captains.
With that history, it's no wonder that the majority of the homes, built in thein the late 1800’s to early 1900's, are marked as historical landmarks or properties. Majestic and still reveling in all their splendor, these homes are truly a bit of pure Michigan history. Now the best part...you now have a chance to own a group of these historical mansions.
Described as "a once in a lifetime package listing" by Zillow, you can buy a group of homes that are all part of a successful bed & breakfast group in the town of Laurium.
"Properties come furnished along with historical relics like custom stained glass, moldings, many original light fixtures, and paintings. These beautiful properties are currently being operated as a turn-key bed & breakfast vacation retreat", according to the listing bio.
For the asking price of $3,499,000 you will take the reins of history located over 2.25 acres, situated just 12 miles from Michigan Tech, that will include 8 properties in total, with over 40 bedrooms and just over 35,000 sq ft in living space. To get more information on buying the property package click here.
Take a look at the beautiful historical compound below.
Group of Historic Mansions for Sale in Michigan's Upper Peninsula