TURN-of-the-CENTURY dramatic historic home, thought to be have been built in the 1890's...as The Agassi House.....the eight fireplaces, in place though functionality is unknown, speak to the stature of the builder and owner of the era. The current owners began occupancy in 1983, at which time the kitchen was remodeled to suit the needs for the Shelter Home. The grand main floor consists of offices and a library, living room and parlor, while the five bedrooms and three bathrooms are on the second floor...potential for a fourth bathroom on this floor....and two more bedrooms and one bath and a living area on the third floor. The home has been well maintained, and the historic features to include woodwork and floors have been preserved. The location is premier, in the heart of the original mining company buildings, from the turn-of-the-century, now occupied by The Keweenaw National Historic Park... and within walking distance of the historic downtown area, with shops and restaurants. The historic Calumet Theater is just a few blocks away, as are numerous art galleries. The preservation of history is a primary focus in this community. The basement is high and dry, thee are electrical panels n each floor, the roof was installed in 2014. All bathrooms are handicap accessible..
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|3/9/2020 4:09:00 PM||New Value: $275,000|