This one-of-a-kind, historic East Side home was designed by noted Michigan architect A.W. Lovejoy. The framed copies of the original 1892 blueprints will stay with the home! Beautiful original craftsmanship blends with new mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems to create a historic, yet updated family home. The woodwork, stained glass, and intricately detailed door hardware are all original and have been completely restored. The beautiful hardwood floors throughout the home are also original: white oak and douglas fir on the first floor, and maple and cherry floors on the second floor. The backyard patio and three-season porch are wonderful settings for summer meals, sourced directly from the vegetable garden in the backyard. The three functioning wood burning fireplaces with original woodwork and tile make for cozy evenings during U.P. winters. The third floor has been fully renovated for a kids/teens rec space, family room, office, workout space, or any other use! The electrical and plumbing systems have been updated from the basement to the attic. Closed cell spray foam and dense pack cellulose insulation in the walls on all three floors and the basement keep the heat bill down. The chimneys were rebuilt in 2008 and the roof was replaced with lifetime shingles in 2009. The location is just as appealing as the home itself; the spacious corner lot is walking distance to parks, Lake Superior, and downtown. Home is a must see in person piece of Marquette history!