Historic Boardman Neighborhood home in downtown Traverse City home sits on a cornered double lot with a magical yard with plantings set to bloom each month along with a hedged courtyard, chicken coop and zen fountain area. The home was originally the William Fowle Home as seen in the Historic Traverse City Houses book. 333 Boardman was brilliantly redesigned by a well known local architect and then owner in the 90's. Fabulous hardwood floors are throughout as well as gas fireplaces, new windows and roof which add to the comfort and style of this gem. This home screams history, culture and community and has 2 bedrooms and 3 baths in the main house with another 2 guest quarters & 2 baths in the garage/apartment. These listings only come along once in a lifetime. Be part of downtown Traverse City's history and make 333 Boardman your new address. Square footage is a combination of the finished space in both the home and the guest house and is deemed accurate but should be verified by the purchaser.
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