This building was once the famous LaBonte family home, which also included several of their businesses along the way, which included a butcher market and a stable and carriage house. The painted tool silhouettes still remain on the workshop wall! In fact, many of the original fixtures can still be found throughout. Fast forward more than a century, where this building is most recently known as another Marquette icon, The Marquette Monthly. This building has been a retail store, butcher, carriage, home and apartments. There are two full kitchens and full baths on two levels. Recently, the dining and living room on the first floor has been used as retail space, with the bedroom and other areas occupied as office. The first floor also provides tons of storage and a work area in the old carriage house. The second level in the front has a fully functioning 2 bedroom apartment with a large dining area, a 24' enclosed porch and a private entrance to the 3rd floor room. There is another separate guest area you enter towards the back up the building, adorned with a natural wood details. There are so many possibilities and uses for this property.
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|8/31/2020 3:08:51 PM||New Value: Pending w/Contingency|
|7/8/2020 4:08:37 AM||New Value: Active|
|7/3/2020 4:09:00 PM||New Value: $290,000|