Hexagon House Bed and BreakfastPentwater, MI
- Office (231) 845-7500
- Cell (231) 301-0646
Incredible two-story HEXAGON house with 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths & 3,400 sq. ft. located in the Village of Pentwater, Michigan. Presently being run as the Hexagon Bed and Breakfast.
The Hexagon House was built in 1870 during the lumber era by S.E. Russell. It was often used to house loggers while they were conducting business in Pentwater, MI. In the 1920's & 1930's it was run as a tourist camp by Mr. Russell's two daughters. In the 1950's the house was sold to Dr. Tate from Chicago, who spent summers with his family at the Hexagon House. Ten years later Mr. Richard Bonine, a Collage Professor from Halifax, Nova Scotia bought the house in the 1960's. In 1994, Curt and Jan Warners bought and restored the Hexagon House to its original grandeur of Victorian elegance that you see today. In 2002 to the present, the Hexagon House, on its lush green 2.8 acres, is being run as a year-round bed and breakfast. This bed and breakfast is truly breathtaking with each private room having individual porch access and spectacular views of the lush, manicured garden.
Visit the Victorian Harbor Village of Pentwater. Rediscover the pleasure of a leisurely stroll along tree-lined streets in this historic harbor community on the shore of Pentwater Lake and Lake Michigan. Exploring its sandy beaches, Pere Marquette State Forest x-C ski trail system, charming Victorian neighborhood, community band concerts, downtown shops and life at a slower pace. You will find many summertime shops and galleries with everything from fine art and local crafts, to kites, souvenirs, antiques & restaurants to satisfy every taste.
Listed for $649,5000 - Antique Furnishings negotiable