For Sale: A Second Empire Victorian in Michigan

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Are You Hooked on Houses? Another selling point for me would be the screened side porch overlooking the gardens and gazebo:

Has anyone seen the   movie   Leonie   that was filmed here? Extensive use of oak and walnut woods throughout.”

It took me a minute to realize that this is the bathroom:

Pretty fabulous to have stained glass windows with a windowseat and that fireplace in your bathroom, huh? Hope to see you there! This beautifully restored Second Empire-style Victorian was built in 1877 and is known as “Sisson’s Fancy.” It’s on the market in Romeo, Michigan, and the listing says “It was the filming site for   the movie   Leonie.”   Take a look…

The listing says, “Three floors of restored Victorian luxury. Although the style is different, the way this house was meticulously restored reminds me of the interiors of this   painted Queen Anne cottage   for sale in Texas. Loved that one! For more photos and information, check the listing   and Old House Dreams. Want it? Click here for more information or fill out the form below to get on my list. Entryway features   24′ oak bannister with   an   acorn finial. P.S.

Updated: 13.11.2014 — 05:11