All work and no play makes disillusioned dilettante a dull boy.
Today’s house of the day comes to us all the way from Jackson, Michigan, an area that if identified on a map, would be right around the decaying and occasionally ruptured appendix of the great American Rust Belt. Unionize: because it never backfires. Anyway, the home is a lovely little castle with 5 bedrooms, 3 washrooms, and 2,000 sq. ft. on 20 acres featuring miles of nature trails. The home includes a 60 foot castle tower with spiral staircase, large great room with vaulted ceilings, lighted basketball court, 0.5 mile private driveway, and was built in 1927. Sold for $504,500 in August 2020 (so recently). Isn’t the cobblestone just the neatest thing? I wish I had a backstory for you on what appears to have been a church but the real estate pages were skimpy on details. How bad do you want to have a LAN party in the tower?
And that’s all she wrote!