A historic Michigan mansion is now for sale and could be yours for $800,000.

Credit: David Springstreen with Cressy & Everett Real Estate
Credit: David Springstreen with Cressy & Everett Real Estate
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According to the listing the historic 1890's Lee Mansion, originally referred to as The Rockery, was built for Fred and Katie (Beckwith) Lee, president of the famous Round Oak Stove Company.

The 2.8-acre property includes the Romanesque mansion and carriage house. Built with locally harvested uncut fieldstone with tons of oak, maple, mahogany, and butternut hardwoods in the floors, walls, and ceilings. Inlaid hardwood floors and parquet. Eight fireplaces including Italian marble, onyx, and hand-painted tiles. Five stone chimneys. Red tile roof, copper eaves, and two 2-story turrets.

Check Out The Historic Lee Mansion

The Lee Mansion in Dowagiac, Michigan was built back in the 1890s for Fred Lee, president of the Round Oak Stove Company, and is now for sale. The asking price is just under $800,000.

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