$799,900
Estimated Payment$3,778/mo

405 W High Street, Dowagiac, MI 49047

Multi-Family Home In Dowagiac

The historic 1890's Lee Mansion. Originally referred to as "The Rockery" the Romanesque mansion was built for Fred and Katie(Beckwith) Lee, President of the famous Round Oak Stove Company. The 2.8 acre property includes the Mansion and Carriage House. Presently the Mansion has 6 apartment units and the Carriage house has 5 apartments. If the mansion was turned back into a single family it could possibly be a 10 bedroom, 7 bath home along with a 3rd floor ballroom. Built with locally harvested uncut fieldstone with tons of oak, maple, mahogany, and butternut hardwoods in the floors, walls, and ceilings. Inlaid hardwood floors and parquet. Eight fireplaces including Italian marble, onyx, and hand painted tiles. Five stone chimneys. Red tile roof, Copper eaves, and two 2-story turrets

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Dave Springsteen
Cressy & Everett Real Estate
Dowagiac, MI
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405 W High Street

Dowagiac, MI 49047

Dave Springsteen
Cressy & Everett Real Estate