This story begins in 1925 when the then owner (Mr. Eaton) of the orchard that went from Rogers Street to Clement, and from Fairbrook to Main built this house for his son. The yard laid out in the original Better Homes & Gardens style of the 1920-1930's featured cherry, apple, pear and peach trees. This home was built with a walk-out lower level utilizing its topography to see over the gardens of this tremendous 66' x 201' lot so close to town. Enjoy the panoramic view from the dining room and imagine. Custom built in its day, the home features accent plaster moldings, and plaster walls throughout. Charm & character abound with a lovely Beechwood staircase leading upstairs to large bedrooms and hardwood floors. Stunning woodwork & all original doors still exist. While this house offers such significance in the history of Northville, it is outside of the historic district making renovation & additions a much easier process. Must see this remarkable home.