Designed by Jehiel J. Strang and built in 1894, this architecturally significant Queen Anne home is a highlight of the Historic East Side Neighborhood in Ypsilanti, Michigan. It features iconic high-pitched roof and gables, protruding bay windows and porches, decorative squares, diamonds, arches, and a separate carriage house in the back. Inside are 9 foot ceilings with original pine woodwork including two pocket doors, built in cabinets, double-hung windows, and an original cast iron fire place. We are restoring it to its original glory with some modern touches and will try to document it all here.