There are 3 bedrooms upstairs and one on the main level of the house.
The master bedroom is upstairs.
There are two others. This one is outfitted with twin beds. All of the upstairs rooms have dormers in them.
The main house kitchen has an island gas stove and there are two built-in ovens to handle larger gatherings with ease. A large walk-in pantry area near the kitchen supplies storage space and houses the laundry area.
Rachelwood has 5 bedrooms and 4 full baths. Two of the baths contain clawfoot tubs, each with traditional chrome ring shower curtains and old-fashioned chrome-and-ceramic fixtures, while the other two have more modern appointments that include standup showers. Double-click on any photo to see the full image.
Four of the bedrooms and three of the baths are in the main house.
The floors are wide-board knotty pine, and almost all the interior walls are classic tongue-in-groove Michigan White Cedar. The only drywall in the building is in the breezeway, the garage and the bedroom above the garage.
A spacious bedroom above the finished garage contains both a full bath and a mini-kitchenette.
The heating tasks are handled by a multi-zone hot water system that also utilizes many classic 1920′s decorative iron radiators in addition to some modern ones. The iron ones were sandblasted and refinished a matching forest green before installation. You might see these in a few of the pictures if you look sharp.
Welcome to the website of the Rachelwood estate in beautiful northeast Michigan on the shores of Lake Huron. These pictures were taken in July of 2010. You can click on these photos for a wider and higher resolution view.
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