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Hubbell Home above PCI

Hubbell Home above PCI

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guest   [May 04, 2004 at 12:00 AM]
Nice pic. This house was a mining captains' home built in 1887. It was lived in by one family until the early 1910's when it was sold by the mining company. I bought it in 1992 and am still trying to decide what to do with it. It's a wonderfully original home with a beautiful fireplace, hardwood floors and original woodworl...
guest   [May 04, 2004 at 10:45 PM]
Its one of my favorite homes for pictures
guest   [May 10, 2004 at 05:22 PM]
My family moved to this house in 1967 - there were 6 kids and our parents so it didn't take long to fill up the 4 bedrooms. There are 2 stairways in the house - you can go up from the front door and come down into the kitchen - which we thought was pretty cool! It has 2 sets of french doors in the living room and also a set in the master bedroom. The fireplace was plugged when we lived there so we had a gas log in it.

I lived there until I got married in 1975 and my parents and brothers moved to Ishpeming in 1976. Lots of memories!
guest   [May 10, 2004 at 10:22 PM]
Have to agree with mmhodges (my sister), this house has LOTS of memories, all good of course. I remember well the day we moved from our smaller home behind St. Cecilia's school. Here I had my own bedroom, quite a thrill! This home would make a nice bed and breakfast. What a kick it would be to come "home" for the weekend!
guest   [Jul 02, 2004 at 12:53 PM]
Great memories! I grew up in the house right next to it. Thought the French doors were a something else when I was a kid. Still do.
guest   [Dec 08, 2004 at 04:55 PM]
In case you ever doubted it, you P's were great kids to grow up with, your parents marvelously good people. I remember a lot of softball games in the field below that house--a dozen kids and about half that many baseball gloves. I didn't pick up a glove 'til 6 years later, but I credit those games with my success-- I had a head start! Happy Holidays and blessings to your families.

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