Historic MI Fire Station Renovated; on Market for $1.6M

The asking price for former station is $1.6 million.
Video via property realtor Alicia Kramer’s YouTube page

A firefighter who never wants to leave the fire station may never again have to, as a historic station in downtown Holland (MI) was renovated for residential living and is on the market.

Listed on the National Historic Registry, the 4,792-square-foot station—which comes with its brass pole and bell tower—is located at 106 E 8th St. and was built in 1883.

The upstairs residential space has much of its original wainscoting in the living and kitchen space, and the tin ceilings are still intact.

The asking price for former station is $1.6 million; the listing can be seen here.

“The renovations and updates kept historic preservation of these valuable materials in mind when creating the 2 bed 2 bath layout,” property realtor Alicia Kramer says. “Spacious dimensions offered in living, kitchen & dining design.”

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