Estimate Finished Square Feet 2,541 Sq Ft Above Ground
Right out of Architectural Digest Magazine in Tecumseh's historic district, this beautiful Greek Revival, built by Elisha Anderson around 1840, has a very interesting story to share. In her beautiful current state, she has been carefully restored from top to bottom, with the utmost care and preservation of 'Early Year' modifications, filled with uniqueness, character, and LOVE abound! In earlier days, rumors of the Underground Railroad, the Anderson twins tunnel, and the inspiring on-site medical achievements of the late Dr. Hamilton are amazing retrospecs. All the glory now returned, one will find over 2500sqft. of pure beauty throughout, 3-4 Bedrooms, 2 full Baths, 12 ft. Ceiling heights, Hardwood floors, Wood beams, and Craftsman style Trimwork. Her original Surgical Cabinet is proudly displayed in the back foyer and antique Light Fixtures illuminating throughout. A stunning Cherry cabinet Kitchen w/an oversized Island, Tile Floors and Soap Stone Countertops will surely catch your eye, along with custom Drapery, basket weave Tile Floors, Skylights, and her amazing Fireplace and light-filled Cupola. Detached Garage, Fenced-in Corner Lot, charming Porches front and back. A new Chapter is ready to begin with you!
A small city in Lenawee County, Tecumseh was one of the first settlements in Michigan territory. Today, Tecumseh, Michigan is a vibrant community located 25 miles southwest of Ann Arbor, 60 miles southwest of Detroit and 45 miles northwest of Toledo, Ohio. In 2009 Tecumseh ranked #93 in CNNMoney.com’s 100 best small towns to live in.
Tecumseh is home to more than 8,700 residents and 275 innovative businesses. Downtown Tecumseh features a mix of specialty shops, professional services, boutiques, and dining options housed in beautiful historic buildings. In addition, Tecumseh is home to manufacturing and industrial firms.