Lovely old dames, these Victorian-era homes

Inside these homes are features Victorian lovers love: tall, skinny windows, huge wraparound porches, regal carved wooden staircases. It's all about the elegance of rooms and halls spacious enough to handle hoop skirts, curtsies and bows, grand dances and the good parts of "Gone With the Wind" and Laura Ingalls Wilder.

In Part I we presented the three oldest of the 46 Victorian homes in Washtenaw County for sale in May 2016 through the Ann Arbor Area Board of Realtors®. And here, in Part II, are the next most charming.


Built in 1904

The first New Year's celebration in Times Square is celebrated
The NYC subway opens. Dr. Seuss and Cary Grant are born. 
And this home is built.

1722 Cambridge, Ann Arbor: $1,150,000




A stone walkway guides you up to this warm and charming home. Notice the eyebrow windows on the roof.
















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Listing courtesy of The Charles Reinhart Company




Built in 1905

Teddy Roosevelt starts his first term. 
The Wright Brothers make their first half-hour plane flight. 
Las Vegas is founded.
And this home is built.

310 E. Duncan St., Manchester$175,500



This Dutch Colonial sports original wood floors and woodwork, cove ceilings that are nine feet tall and original doors.









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Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Dexter



Built in 1909

Bakelite is created. The NAACP is founded. 
Actors Errol Flynn and Vivian Vance are born. 
And this home is built.

167 E. Michigan Ave., Saline$239,900




This downtown home is actually a duplex in its current iteration. Its updates blend well with its historic character.









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Listing courtesy of The Charles Reinhart Company



Built in 1910

Boy Scouts of America is founded. The first commercial air flight takes wing. 
Bonnie of Bonnie & Clyde is born. Mark Twain dies.
And this home is built.

1600 Cambridge Rd., Ann Arbor$1,195,000




This Spanish-inspired Mission Style home is in the Burns Park area of Ann Arbor.














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Listing courtesy of Matt D. Dejanovich | Real Estate One


Want more? Read Part I and look forward to the next post in our Real Estate Eye Candy Series. 

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