Home sweet … homes?
A portfolio of eight historic mansions in Michigan’s upper peninsula — whose stately features include fireplaces, intricate moldings, wood-beamed ceilings and stained-glass windows — have hit the market for a combined $3.49 million, the listing brokerage told The Post.
That breaks down to about $436,000 for each property, which all come furnished.
But they’ll have to be purchased as homes away from home, so to speak. While certain properties can be bought for residential purposes — a buyer, for now, would need to sweep up the entire portfolio to keep its current use in place: bed and breakfast stays, and vacation rentals.
The homes, located in Calumet, date to the early 1900s and were built during the peak days of copper mining in that neck of the state. In total, the sale would include 40 bedrooms, 33 bathrooms and 35,000 square feet of living space.
Among the gets are the Laurium Manor Inn. Marked by a white exterior and a large porch, Pres. Teddy Roosevelt once stayed there. The Victorian home measures 13,000 square feet and comes with 11 guest rooms, all of which have private bathrooms. What’s more, there’s also a dining room with elephant leather wall covering and a fireplace made of Tiffany glass tile.
For additional space, the Laurium Manor Inn also includes a large carriage house with a kitchen, a living room and an extra bedroom and bathroom.
Also part of the package: Victorian Hall. This 7,000-square-foot spread has 10 bedrooms, all of which come with ensuite bathrooms. This property also comes with a carriage house with a full kitchen and two more guest rooms.
The listing images additionally show arched hallway ceilings, hardwood flooring, wainscoting and wood paneling. Furnishings include a number of four-poster beds and plush lounge furniture.
The listing notes growing tourism in the area and that the property stands 12 miles from Michigan Technological University.
Mike Kuligowski and Nick Asplund of Signature Sotheby’s International Realty represent the listing.