You can live in this $1.75 million Swiss Chalet in Ann Arbor — let’s take a tour
Go ahead and cancel your post-vaccination vacation and take a look at this Swiss chalet-inspired house in the Ann Arbor area instead. The front opens up to the street with a majestic granite display and a luxurious balcony. Since its construction in 1917, the house has seen two additions. After being bought by a church in 1946, a parsonage was added to the original structure which now holds seven bedroom suites and recently served as a bed and breakfast. Later, the house saw remodeling by architect George Brigham, who extended the main house. You’ll have to leave your horse and buggy at home, as the original carriage house has been turned into a private guest house. With the guest house and parsonage, this property has a whopping three buildings in Ann Arbor Hills.
This home is listed by JoAnn Barrett of Howard Hanna Real Estate Services.