his classical Queen Anne style home stands with one foot firmly rooted in yester-year and the other solidly in the 21st century. If you seek the convenience of today's mod cons while still appreciating the quality and flair of construction from a bygone era then you should not miss the opportunity to investigate this gorgeous home. Built for the colorful first Mayor of Superior--Charles Starkweather--it's clear that it was intended to stand for many decades into the future. After not being available to the market for many years, today's buyer will enjoy the improvements and upgrades that have been lovingly bestowed on this Lady. The kitchen looks like it belongs in a fashion magazine; the layout and flow of the main floor is conducive to blissful family life as well as to entertaining friends and acquaintances. Second floor private quarters offer 5 bedrooms and a large full bath with attached pass-thru closet to owners BR. 3rd floor is beautifully finished though not heated. One might install independent electric baseboard heaters in order to bring those rooms into year-'round performance. The basement & foundation have recently had improvements to move water away from the structure. Outside, you'll love the deep wrap around porch that looks out onto the green. There's a detached bonus room currently used for exercise and entertainment. And you'll love this corner of town! Established and peaceful with lovely homes and mature trees, public park right across the street, and just steps to the shores of Lake Superior & the Marina. Dining, schools and shopping are close, too. Call today!
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