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Kalamazoo MI Real Estate – This beautifully renovated 1890s Queen Anne home in the Stuart Ave Historic District offers an urban lifestyle that blends turn-of-the-century character and quality with contemporary upgrades. Old world character-marks include beautiful hardwood floors, tall ceilings, gorgeous wood trim, detailed fireplace mantles and an impressive honey oak staircase. Contemporary updates include a fabulous kitchen with maple, granite, ceramic and stainless, a brand new master bedroom bath plus an upstairs laundry and a high tech ”euro-style” shower in the main floor bathroom. Other updates include wood Pella windows, upgraded plumbing, electrical, furnaces and ACs. Both the house and the private patio are perfect for entertaining. الخيارات الثنائية مخطط يبوك Click here for up to date pricing information.
- 2600 SF
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Full bath
- Big back yard
- Kitchen with maple, granite, ceramic and stainless
- Brand new master bedroom suite
- Upgraded plumbing, electrical, furnaces and AC
SCHOOL INFO for 725 Kalamazoo Ave
Children living at 725 Kalamazoo Ave. would attend Kalamazoo public schools. Check out Extra resources Kalamazoo Public Schools and learn more about the Kalamazoo Promise, the gift of FREE COLLEGE TUITION given to any children who live in this house and attend the Kalamazoo Public Schools.
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- Garden House Antiques
- Kalamazoo Antique Market
- Retro of Kalamazoo
- Medina Antique Mall
- Kalamazoo cargo
- Welborn’s Yesteryear Antiques
- Now and Then
- Simple Treasures
- Second Impression Upscale Thrift Store
- Treasure Quest
- City of Kalamazoo, MI
- Kalamazoo MI Public Library
- Kalamazoo MI Employment Opportunities
- Discover Kalamazoo
- Kalamazoo Parks and Recreation
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History of the Doyle House at 725 W Kalamazoo Ave.
According to the book, Kalamazoo Lost and Found, a book which details much of Kalamazoo’s rich history, written by Lynn Smith Houghton and Pamela Hall O’connor and published by the Kalamazoo Historic Preservation Commission in 2001, Cialis 20mg Billig the house at 725 W Kalamazoo was completed by local stone mason and builder James Doyle in 1889 http://www.mittengruppen.org/?galka=forex-irs-taxes&5e2=07 and has since been called “The Doyle House.” The Doyle family lived in the house for 8 years before it was sold. It has had
several owners since then. It Is thought that it was turned into a 2 unit house in 1915 and stayed as a two unit for approximately 75 years. Queen Anne Architecture in Kalamazoo – The Doyle House at 725 W Kalamazoo Ave has several elements which are typical of Queen Anne Architecture, including fish scale shingles, side towner, gabled roof and an asymmetrical shape.
http://rozenhout.nl/tafel-op-maat-meubelmaker-utrecht/ Some other interesting tidbits of Kalamazoo history that happened near 1889, the year the Doyle house was built.
- In 1885, Reverend Moses Hill bought the home of James and Eliza Walter which was about 3
blocks south of main street (now Michigan Ave) on Portage Street. In 1889,, while James Doyle was building his home, Hills sold his home to Father Frank O’Brien for $10,500. Father O’Brien received a gift of $5000 more from Detroit Bishop Casper Borgess and started Borgess hospital in the former Walter home. Kalamazoo’s second hospital, Bronson, was opened on November 4, 1905.
- The Kalamazoo Public School Board announced that an unknown Kalamazoo resident who donated $50,000 to build and furnish a new library.
- A new post office on the southwest corner of Burdick and South streets was opened in 1892.
- Though the first organized church appeared in 1833, just two years after the village was settled, between 1887 qnd 1925 four churches and a temple were constructed in just a three block stretch on South Park street, between Lovell and Dutton Streets. In 1987 Second Reformed Church was built. In 1894 the People’s church was built, Third Christian Reformed Church was built in 1907, Temple B’nai Israel was built in 1911 and Grace Christian Reformed Church was built in 1925.
- Kalamazoo is becoming well known for Breweries and the first brewery is shown on an atlas that was published in 1873. By 1883 brewer George Newmaler was running the Colstrem Brewery and by 1886 Neumaier had bought out his major competitor, the Kalamazoo Brewing Company.
- In 1899, the Kalamazoo Corset Company, one of the major employers at the time, built a new
building near Eleanor Street. By 1906 The Kalamazoo Corset Company produced over 1.5 million corsets a year.
- In 1889 an house on the Southeast corner of South Street and St John’s place was built by
businessman Joel Perrin. This house was purchased by the city from sometime after 1924 to
1931 when the city tore the house down and built the new City Hall on that place.
Kalamazoo Historic Walking Tours
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Gazelle Sports hosts walking tours of Historic Sites often in the summer. There are a couple
opportunities still available for 2015, but we will publish the entire schedule here so you can see the kinds of tours that are typically sponsored. Many of the tours are in the downtown Kalamazoo neighborhoods typical of where the house at 725 Kalamazoo is located, but as you can see, some are in the surrounding communities as well.
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Friday mornings at 8 a.m.
- June 5: Haymarket Historic District. Meet at Gazelle Sports, 214 S. Kalamazoo Mall.
- June 19: Edison Neighborhood. Meet at Washington Square Library, 1244 Portage St.
- July 17: Healthcare in Kalamazoo (N). Meet at Gazelle Sports.
- July 31: Vine Historic District (N). Meet at Vine Street and South Westnedge Avenue.
- Aug. 14: Preservation in Kalamazoo (N). Meet at Gazelle Sports.
- Aug. 28: Westnedge Hill Neighborhood. Meet at Inkster and South Westnedge Avenue on the
- Sept. 11: West Douglas Neighborhood. Meet at North Street and Douglas Avenue.
- Sept. 25: South Street/Bronson Park. Meet at Gazelle Sports.
- Oct. 9: Kalamazoo Theaters and Auditoriums. Meet at Gazelle Sports.
- Oct. 23: Hillcrest Neighborhood. Meet at Kazoo School, 1401 Cherry St.
Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m.
- June 11: Vine Historic District. Meet at Vine Street and South Westnedge Avenue.
- June 25: Short Road/Long Road. Meet at Short Road and Wheaton Avenue.
- July 9: Stuart Historic District. Meet at West Main Street and Woodward Avenue.
- July 23: Village of Schoolcraft (N). Meet at Burch Park on West Clay Street.
- Aug. 6: West Main Historic District. Meet at Monroe Street and Grand Avenue.
- Aug. 27: Mountain Home Cemetery. Located on West Main Street.
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