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2230 Center Ave, BAY CITY, MI – $559,000

  • 6 Beds
  • 4.4 Baths
  • 8,492 Sqft
  • 1 Acres
  • 6 Beds
  • 4.4 Baths
  • 8,492 Sqft
  • 1 Acres

2230 Center Ave

The Perry Estate was established in 1912 by Ernest and Susie Perry. The house has 7600 square feet of living space and roughly 12,000 square feet total with the basement and the attic.This Tudor mansion is nestled in the back of a freshly landscaped acre on historic Center Ave. It is currently generating $60,000 in vacation rental income a year! Also, a wonderful private home. It has original wood flooring, new marble floors in foyer, dining room and main hallway, six oversized bedrooms with bathrooms covered in subway tile and hex tile floors, 5 unique fireplaces, 2 lavish dining rooms, a great room with lovely built ins, a library/movie room with beautiful coffered ceiling, kitchen.

Essential Information

  • MLS® #61050020326
  • Price$559,000
  • Bedrooms6
  • Bathrooms4.40
  • Full Baths4
  • Half Baths4
  • Total Sq. Ft8,492
  • Acres1.00
  • Year Built1912
  • TypeResidential
  • Sub-TypeTudor
  • StatusActive

Community Information

  • Address2230 Center Ave
  • Area92102-Bay City
  • SubdivisionNA
  • CityBAY CITY
  • CountyBay
  • StateMI
  • Zip Code48708

Amenities

  • ParkingOther
  • # of Garages4
  • GaragesCarport

Exterior

  • ExteriorBrick
  • FoundationBasement
  • Master Bedroom LevelSecond

School Information

  • DistrictBay City

Listing Details

  • OfficeThe Brand Real Estate
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