Period details such as lovingly restored original doors and hardware lend warmth to the light-filled interior.
These classic features are complemented by contemporary conveniences including an open floor plan, updated kitchen and baths, spacious closets, and an upstairs laundry.
What a a healthy joy it'd be to work in this kitchen with all the light streaming in. At the other end of this bright room--and a big reason for its brightness--is a door wall that lets the sun shine in.
In the first-floor guest room, below, your guests will appreciate the privacy of a full bath. Or use the room for something entirely different and create a home office for yourself or an art studio or a playroom for the kids!
The door in the bedroom above is like most of them in this charming home. Straight out of the Sears Kit! Check out the three below. The exposed brick of the fireplace chimney is yet another old-timey touch that gives texture and contrast to the home and speaks to its history.
Not only does this home have a lovely enclosed sun room all across its front, which overlooks the peony garden...
...it also has this open back deck...
...that leads you into a wide and lovely yard, surrounded by plenty of restful green trees and plants
But 1614 Pontiac Trail isn't out in the boonies. It's right in town and has a fantastic location going for it. Just an easy walk, bike, or bus ride to the U-M complex, Northside Elementary, the Argo Cascades, and all the cultural and dining attractions downtown Ann Arbor has to offer.
This captivating home will be on the market soon. Be one of the first to see it either by coming to the Open House from 1-3 p.m. Sunday, June 11, or by contacting listing agent William Cron for a private showing.