Elegant, Unique Civil War Era Mansion For Sale in Marshall, Michigan
For less than half a million dollars, you can own an 1867 Victorian Mansion situated in historic downtown Marshall.
In 1867, Andrew Johnson was in the White House. The 17th President saw Nebraska admitted as the 37th state of the union and Alaska was purchased from Russia for $7.2 million. The Civil War had ended just 2 years prior and rebuilding was underway, especially in the North. Now, you could own a piece of history. Lori Sturdevant of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Real Estate has a listing for a Victorian mansion built 150 years ago.
Situated across from the fountain in historic downtown Marshall, the estate has 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms (2 with claw foot tubs). Hardwood floors and a modern kitchen compliment the dwelling while an unattached garage and outbuilding provide parking for 8 cars. Truly elegant and stately, it looks like something out of the pages of Gone with the Wind.
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