You don't see houses like this come up for sale just every day. A Victorian, Queen Anne style home in Hastings, built by a (be it, minor) Michigan historical figure. And it can be had for a mere$335,000.

But looking at the pictures, it's a beautiful home. The home was built by Daniel Striker. Born in New York state in 1835, but raised in Jackson County. The family bought a tract of land in Barry County in 1851. Striker went to what is now Spring Arbor University and became a teacher. He was also elected a county clerk and eventually became Michigan's Secretary of State from 1871-1874. After that experience, he worked in banking and finance. He built the house in the early 1880's.

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The house is an interesting mix of primarily old/historic, but also some new amenities are a part of the mix, with a cooking island in the kitchen

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and, it's funny to see new  sink fixtures in the bathrooms.

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You have to think this would be the ideal home for someone who goes antiquing on Sundays and has a flair for decorating.

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One thing I was wondering, was Daniel Striker any relation to family of Kalamazoo' s Dr. Homer Stryker? None of the articles indicate any relation.

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