27th Home Tour, 2004

845 East Cross

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Randy and Kathy Fettes are decorative painters and the owners of Rand and Company Interiors. Naturally they like to practice their painting skills on their own house, so tourgoers interested in decorative...

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321 High

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When Jill Dieterle wakes up in the morning, she is in her grandparents’ bedroom. When she makes coffee, she makes it in her grandmother’s kitchen. And when she needs the good dishes, she takes them from the...

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209 Washtenaw

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In a small city with a wealth of beautiful old churches, the 1892 First United Methodist Church of Ypsilanti stands out. The light-filled sanctuary is lovely, with graceful wood pews, a prominent balcony...

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114 North Normal

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Charles Neal Ellis, the owner of a local lumber business, built the Queen Anne house at 114 North Normal Street between the years 1885 and 1896. Ellis and his wife, Julia Chapman Ellis, raised their three...

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203 North Washington

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The home at 203 North Washington is more than 100 years old. Today Daniel and O’Bryan Worley are working diligently to bring it back to its original nineteenth-century glory. The house’s eclectic and...

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1124 Grant

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Built in 1926, this Colonial Revival house was constructed as a model home. Its contractor, Allen Dieter, lived in the house until 1942. William Yeatman, a farmer and a gas station owner, became the house’s...

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