Charming Historic Home with Versatile Zoning and Modern Amenities

🏡 Once home to Owosso’s first mayor, it’s packed with character, modern amenities, and endless possibilities 🌟 Don’t miss out on this slice of Owosso’s past!

This old brick house was built in 1853. It used to be owned by Judge Amos Gould, who was the first mayor of Owosso. He also opened the first law office and bank in Owosso right here in this house.

It’s located on the corner of Washington and Oliver St. and covers four city lots. You can use it for different things because it has flexible zoning.

Inside, there are nice wooden floors and trim, and there’s a pretty covered front porch. The roof and heating systems are new.

Upstairs, there are two small apartments you can rent out or use for guests.

There’s also a big two-story barn that’s 30 feet by 27.5 feet. It has electricity and lots of storage space. You can use it for storage or whatever else you need.

The property comes with three stoves, three refrigerators, and a washer and dryer, which make things convenient for whoever lives here or uses the property for other things.

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