MLS 1834182
230 Wellington Street Traverse City, MI 49686  
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The Wellington Inn is a 1905 neo-classical mansion located in Northern Michigan, in the historic heart of Traverse City. Built by one of Traverse City's lumber barons, this spectacular mansion has been fully restored to it's original grandeur and features period antiques throughout the nine guest rooms, dining room, library, living and 3rd floor ballroom. The Carriage House features two, 2 bedroom apartments and a large storage area. The structure has undergone a complete restoration. Every element has been rebuilt - from the foundation up through the roof. This unique downtown Traverse City neighborhood is within walking distance to fine restaurants, shops, recreational trails and the spectacular beaches of Grand Traverse Bay. The property is currently offered furnished as an upscale, turn-key B&B, but could easily be converted back to a single family residence. The property includes a unique zoning exception granted to allow events with alcohol consumption. Don't miss this opportunity to be a part of Traverse City's vibrant future.
Price $3,150,000 Half Baths 3 Zoning:  Residential,Multi-Family,Special Use,Rental History
Area: Grand Traverse Full Baths: 12 % Wooded:
Sale or Rent: For Sale Condo: No Lot Size: 165 x 132
Bedrooms: 9 Schools: Traverse City Area Public School Acres: 0.50

Ttl fin. Sqft: 11178 Garage Size:

Room Sizes

Basement:  Garage Cap.:  4 Living Room Size: 25 x 15
Year Built: 1905 County: Grand Traverse Dining Area Size: x
Lake/River:  Water: Municipal Kitchen Size: 30 x 20
Waterfront Feet: 0 Heat: Forced Air,Hot Water,Central Air Family Room Size:  x
Exterior: Sewer: Municipal Bedroom 1 Size: 18 x 12
Construction: Frame   Bedroom 2 Size: x
    Bedroom 3 Size: x

For more information contact:
Michael Fagerman

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Listing provided by NGLR Association of Realtors, database last updated Sunday October 21, 2018
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