Own one of Bay City’s finest estates! This historic home built by H.G. Wendland was owned by just two other families, Lagalo and Dr. Edward Woods. At over 6200 square feet, this brick Four Square masterpiece was built in 1909 and has 5 bedrooms, immense living and dining rooms as well as a 3rd floor, 42x42 wood paneled ballroom that hosted many parties including live bands! The original woodwork, pocket doors, butler and maid's pantries, together with a separate linen room give a glimpse into what the glory days of Bay City were like. Tiger oak and birds-eye maple hardwood floors are throughout the home and when refinished would be stunning. Other unique features include the den/smoking room where there is a ventilation system, original ceramic tile floors in the bathrooms, leaded glass built-ins, stairs to the side portico where guests were welcomed to the grand central 11x21 hall. The exterior is also stunning and one of a kind in this city. The fluted columns with capitals adorn the main entrance. The many balconies are like no other as well as the original 24x36 carriage house with a turntable that allowed carriages to be turned around to afford an easy exit. This is a one-of-a-kind home that only becomes available once in a generation. This home has been featured in The Historic Architecture of Bay City, Michigan published by the Bay County Historical Society. The original owner was well known and respected and his business was one of the most popular in the early days of Bay City.