510 E Bridge Street

510 E Bridge Street

Portland, Michigan 48875

5 Beds | 2.20 Baths | 5138 sq.ft. | Built 1896 | Residential

Sold $269,900

Queen Anne era home. Three bedrooms, two full and two half baths with several bonus rooms, office, and maids' room. Constructed of the finest 19th Century materials. Copper rain gutters, granite block foundation, marble sinks, cast iron claw foot bathtub. Large living room and great room, butler pantry, third story ballroom, and gardening house out back. New steel roof (replica of original slate) installed in 2016. New rubber membrane roofs installed on all flat roofs in 2017. Original, unpainted hardwood trims and light fixtures throughout. Restored with original-style plaster and colors. Fascinating history; designed by significant Michigan architect, William G. Robinson. This home is a Portland community treasure!

Essential Information

MLS#630000216167 | Neighborhood: None | School District: Portland | County: Ionia

Property Features

Architecture: 2 1/2 Story | Cooling: Ceiling Fan | Heating: Hot Water | Exterior Features: Fenced | Fireplace: Yes | Interior Features: High Spd Internet Avail,Laundry Facility,Other,Smoke Alarm,Water Softener (owned) | Sewer: Sewer-Sanitary | Directions: I-96 Exit 76 Kent St to Bridge, Right to home

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