Marquette’s Historic Copper House Up for Sale
The Sherwood or “Copper House” at 411 E. Arch Street has just gone up for sale so I thought I’d post the description of it as appears in my book My Marquette:
Built in 1905, this home has been known as the “copper house” because it is copper-plated. It was built for James Russell with profits from the Calumet-Hecla Copper mine. At the time, Mr. Russell was the warden of the Marquette Branch State Prison. The house next belonged to Myron Sherwood, attorney to John M. Longyear. The third owners were the Sloan family, and the fourth owners are Dr. and Mrs. Craig Stien.
The home is currently listed with Remax in Marquette for $749,900 and from the interior pictures I’ve seen, I suspect it’s worth every penny: http://www.remax-michigan.com/Home/411-E-Arch-St-Marquette-MI-49855/PPN/1084991/Marquette History, Marquette's Historical Homes comment below, or link to this permanent URL from your own site.