This Old West Side landmark
Gothic Revival house at the intersection of Huron and Seventh is the fine work of William H. Mallory who built it in 1872. William Mallory who owned a wood working mill that produced windows and trim for many of the houses on The Old West side.
The elaborate details, fine carpentry and complicated design reflect his profession as a builder and carpenter and also his ownership of a wood planing mill that specialized in sashes, shutters, doors, and gingerbread. There are two porches, two bay windows and eared trim with elaborate scroll details. A twin of this house is across the street.
We purchased the house in 1974 and started a long term renovation. Over the last 40 years the building has been completely rebuilt. We have won awards from The Old West Side Association, been on several home tours and we recently won an award from the City of Ann Arbor Historic District Commission.
The building is an adaptive reuse. We have kept the best of the old and at the same time added modern, quality touches. Each apartment has parking on site. There is a free laundry in the basement
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