Designed by noted University of Michigan architect, James Livingston, this perfectly preserved Mid-Century modern, circa 1955,is characterized by clean lines, flowing spaces and large windows positioned to invite the outside in. A veritable time capsule, this home stands ready for the purist who will love it as it is or the visionary who will embrace a thoughtful transformation of this sturdily constructed cedar home. A rare opportunity to live on a half acre wooded lot in the desirable Geddes/Arboretum area within walking distance of UM hospital, main campus and downtown Ann Arbor. Highlighted by hardwood floors throughout, exposed beam ceilings, full wall brick fireplace, this home features a large kitchen with center island ,four bedrooms and two full baths. This is a quiet street with no through traffic and the house is steps from the Community Preserve path which leads directly to Nichols Arboretum.
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