2144 South State Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Built in 1925 by Charlie Bucholz, who some consider having been one of Ann Arbor’s first recycling and affordable housing advocates. Bucholz was known for creatively salvaging materials from a variety of sources to create dozens of affordable homes around Ann Arbor in the late 19th & early 20th centuries. With the combination of graciously-sized rooms and intimate nooks and features, the floor plan has incredible potential and flexibility. The charm that Charlie constructed is still there but the structure is ready to be revitalized by someone’s new vision and ambition. Or, the primely located lot on a strikingly quiet, tree-lined street near Molin Nature area would be ideal for a teardown and construction of a new home. The many trees and lot configuration offers great in-town privacy that’s hard to find. Newer furnace and several replacement windows. Short bike/bus/car commute to downtown or campus. Pattengill Elementary, Mallet’s Creek Library, Buhr Park & Cobblestone Farm are all within a ~10 min walk. Cash or acceptable construction/portfolio loan offers only. Sold As-Is.