2144 South State Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
An exceptional property in the sought after Highlands neighborhood. With an amazing pedigree, this gem was designed in 1916 by architect Rupert W. Koch, who also designed the Hoover Mansion. The home was built for Earl V. Moore, best known as the co-composer of the Michigan Fight song Varsity” and Director of UM School Music for 37 years. Set on a .579 acre hill, this brick Tudor has commanding views of the neighborhood. Over the years, four owners have retained the exceptional charm and integrity of the home, making thoughtful improvements using top notch materials and workmanship. The open floor plan includes an expansive kitchen w/center island, prep sink, wine fridge, and room for a dining table. The kitchen, dining room w/built-ins, and living room run seamlessly across the back of the house; all overlook the garden. There is a delightful screened porch. 2 studies, big mudroom w/cubbies galore and a powder room complete the 1st floor. The 2nd floor has a grand landing, master suite w/views of the yard, 4 more bedrooms and 1.1 more baths. A walk-out lower level has a large family room, plenty of storage and access to the side yard and neat play structure. Many updates!