Michigan’s Historic Properties For Sale
Interested in purchasing an older or historic building? The following is a list of some of these properties that have come to our attention.
If you would like a historic property you own or one that you are marketing as a Realtor, please complete our submission form. Completed forms should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*MHPN reserves the right to reject any and all submissions, including buildings that have had their historic character compromised through the alteration or removal of original features. For more information on this issue, please consult National Park Service Preservation Brief #17.
MHPN in no way is responsible for the information on the properties featured on this page. For further information on individual properties please contact the listing entity.
The Fisher Estate on Lake Angelus
2455 N. Lake Angelus Road
Lake Angelus, Michigan 48326
THE FISHER ESTATE” located on 10 private/scenic acres w/ over 375′ of frontage on Private Lake Angelus. This rare architectural gem was designed by famous Detroit architect & was the summer home of the Fisher Family. This extravagant 8000+ sq. ft. home offers historic style luxury w/ marble tile, hardwoods & limestone throughout. Breathtaking Great Room w/ ornate relief ceiling, orchestra bay, all-natural floor to ceiling fireplace. Formal Dining Room w/ gas fireplace. Separate pool house w/ indoor heated pool. Guest house features 3 bedrooms, kitchen & 2 baths. Boat house was freshly painted a few years ago. Enjoy spectacular views of the entire lake from your own private oasis. Prime location – possible to split into (3) 3 acre parcels with city’s approval. **Furniture & rugs are negotiable** This beautiful home needs TLC. New roof in 2017
532 East Shiawassee, Lansing, MI 48912
Constructed ca. 1860, the brick building was most recently the location of the Michigan Dyslexia Institute.
STONECROFT, 6675 Moreland, Jonesville, MI 49250
Stonecroft was designed and built by Henry Ford’s Master Gardener, Mr. D’Arcos. Stonecroft features a stone home just over 2000 square feet with 4 to 6 bedrooms and 2 full baths. All 20 acres of the property were hand planted with symmetry in mind just like Henry Ford’s gardens. You will find indigenous plants only here and at Henry Ford’s gardens. Mr. D’Arcos’ wife taught the “unteachable” children of the world in this home. Most of these children turned out to be geniuses. This home was built on love and filled with laughter and music ever since.