This Queen Anne was built for Robert G. Chandler, at a cost of $6,000 and was designed by Asbury Buckley.
The home was built in 1903 from a design created by Ashbury Buckley, a Chicago architect renowned for the many homes he designed for Mackinac Island, MI. The house was designed in a Colonial Reform style, including massive Greek Revival columns.
Built in 1869 and originally designed by Marcellus Parker, this structure has served three very different capacities
162 & 176 Marshall St., Coldwater: These Italianate style homes were built in 1873 and 1876 for Thomas Dickinson and his son Charles. An addition was added to 162 Marshall Street doubling the size of the house.
Built in 1920, this church survives today and is located on the southeast corner of East Pearl and South Hudson Street.
This Italianate home was built in 1870 by Alvin T. Lanphere, who traded it in 1875 for the home of J. Franklin Pratt
This house was built in 1854, in fine Gothic tradition of stucco and wood ornamentation.
According to some, an arsonist set the courthouse (c.1887) ablaze on the night of December 5, 1972. The building was a total loss; it was replaced in 1976.
This Greek Revival home was built in 1846 by Philo [...]
Coldwater’s original 1850’s train depot is the historical passenger house. On February 20, 1852 the Michigan Southern Railroad reached Chicago from Toledo via Adrian, Hillsdale, Coldwater and White Pigeon.
John R. Champion, a lawyer, built this brick Italianate in 1867. By 1871, he traded residences with George Starr.
This mansion was built in 1886, for attorney Frank L. Skeels at a cost of $12,000. The architect was Ebenezer B. Saxton. This elaborate Queen Anne-style home features a cut stone foundation, 12-foot ceilings, seven fireplaces and cherry woodwork.
This Queen Anne-style home was designed by Asbury W. Buckley and built at a cost of $9,000 in 1887.
The “new” Armory was built in 1917 at a cost of $45,000. It now houses various offices.
The Philo Crippin House was owned by five generations of the family spanning 199 years.
Henry C. Lewis was a successful businessman and benefactor of Coldwater.
According to some, an arsonist set the courthouse (c.1887) ablaze on the night of December 5, 1972.
The Wing Museum is a unique example of the 19th [...]
Built in 1882, the Tibbits Opera House is the second [...]