Michigan Historic Home For Sale! This stately building would be great for a Bed and Breakfast, Assisted Living, Professional Office or Home-Based Business. It was built by lumber baron George Nester in 1885, and later owned by Dr. R.S. Buckland. The Main, 15 Room, part of the home has a large living room, study with fireplace that has an electric insert, office, a formal dining room, kitchen, bathroom, laundry, enclosed back porch, and 6 bed-rooms. On the first-floor is a Studio Apartment with a ramped entrance. On the second-floor is an Apartment with a living room, eat-in kitchen, bath, and bedroom. The home has it's original wood flooring, woodwork, cabinetry, and staircases, and antique lighting fixtures. However, there have been roof, waterline, heating line, and furnace updates, 80% new wiring, and an external wood furnace installed. There is a large wrap-around porch-balcony with views of Lake Superior, and a large yard with mature trees, fruit trees, flower and vegetables beds.