Beautifully restored home within walking distance to Petoskey's famed Gaslight District, the Bear River Valley Recreation Area, and Lake Michigan ( less than an 8 minute walk to the pier)!. The home was taken down to the studs in 2003 and meticulously converted into 2 separate units each with its own furnace, electrical panels, and water heaters. The larger unit is on 2 levels and has 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths and a balcony with views of Little Traverse Bay. Smaller unit is all on the main floor and consists of 1 bedroom 1 bath. The home's charm includes many original features and Victorian fixtures, while incorporating 21st century innovations, such as energy saving custom gas argon filled dual pane windows throughout, super efficient gas heat and extra insulation for energy savings as well. Large basement and attic area for extra storage. Brazilian cherry floors, stainless steel appliances, period light fixtures and more. Have one unit for personal use and rent out the other for rental income to cover costs. Need a home with separate living spaces for family members? This would also be a perfect "multigenerational home". Situated on a corner lot with a spacious deck and a one car garage.
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