MLS# 50111605 Property Type: Single Family Active
Michigan Home For Sale! This Home is located in the Un-Incorporated Village of Centennial, in Calumet Township in Houghton County. Houghton County is located at the southern end of the Keweenaw Peninsula in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It is bordered to the east and west by Lake Superior. - This Area is called The Copper Country! Native Americans have mined native copper in this area beginning thousands of years ago. - Near the Village of Centennial various Companies did underground mining for copper since the Mid-1800s. From 1871 through 1880 they produced more than half the copper produced in the United States, and from 1869 through 1876, they were the leading copper producers in the world! - Rock Hunter/Tourists still find some copper pieces, greenstone, silver, datolite, and quartz/epidote crystals around the ruins of surface plants, boiler houses, dry houses, and machine shops and shafts scattered throughout the area. - Built in 1910, the Home offered for sale has the historic charm of the era, and has had updates. - You enter the Home into a Three Season Room, and then into a Main Hallway that features a beautiful original oak entrance door and a “Grand Staircase” leading to the upstairs. Off to the side is an 11x13 Living Room has the high ceilings characteristic of the era and beautiful original woodwork around the double hung windows. Also on the first floor are a 13x17 spacious Dining Room that shares these features, a 12x13 Kitchen with a full glass door that leads to a deck and stairway to the back yard, and a ¼ Bath. - The Second Floor is made up of 12 x 14, 6 x 13, and 7 x 9 sized Bedrooms and a Full Bath that features a claw foot tub. - There is a Full Basement with an exterior entrance, in which there is a newer Natural Gas forced air Furnace, newer hot water heater, Shower, and Utility Sink. The Exterior of the Home has Vinyl Siding, and the spacious yard has a high fence for privacy. Contact us for your Private Tour of this home!
Listing Provided Courtesy of TIM KEOHANE - GREAT LAKES & LAND OF MARQUETTE, INC.