Built in 1882, this $1.2M renovated Victorian home in Marquette, Michigan is over 6500 finished square feet of pure awesomeness.

I was never been a big fan of older homes, especially Victorian homes until recently. There was just something about that older vibe that I didn't care for. Then one day it clicked and I started to really appreciate older historic homes like the one you'll see below. Now, I can't get enough of homes that come with so much history.

Located in Marquette, this massive home comes with six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and six fireplaces. There's been a bunch of renovations by the current owners who purchased the place in 2007.

According to the Zillow listing, one of the highlights is the new kitchen with granite counters, commercial stove, ample storage, a butler's pantry, and brilliant natural lighting from 9 foot south facing windows.

Personally, I think having a view of Lake Superior is major highlight. The home doesn't sit directly on Lake Superior but it's close enough to sit back and enjoy the beauty of it.

Other home features include:

  • Hardwood floors, trim, doors, and windows.
  • Six fireplaces (wood & gas).
  • Sunroom with views of Lake Superior.
  • Heated tile floors in the large master bathroom.
  • Custom walk in shower, granite vanity top, and large walk in closet.
  • Third floor can be used as guest quarters.

While many of us (especially me) can't afford a home that comes with a $1.2M price tag, it's still super fun to look at.

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