This stately 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, two story home built in downtown Oscoda is one of only a few to survive the fire of 1911 that destroyed most of Oscoda and Au Sable. The owners have taken great care to preserve the ambience of the 1890’s home but it is not on any historic registry. Therefore, remodeling is not restricted to original materials, nor original design. If a different style is your pleasure, you can make it your own! The electrical and heating are updated with water base board heat (3 zones) and electric to run all the modern appliances and internet. The spacious kitchen has lots of cabinets and the separate dining room accommodates a large dining table. One bedroom is on the main floor and two upstairs with a full bathroom on both floors. A bonus room currently used as a play and rest room for kids could be a 4th bedroom. Three good size rooms on main floor are currently used as an office, a sitting room and a tv/sitting room with working fireplace. The laundry/utility room is also a good size. The home is well kept and move-in ready. The lot also has a two car garage, play house, the original carriage/horse barn and beautifully landscaped. The Oscoda Beach Park with its kid’s playground, beach house, band shell, pier and sandy beach on Lake Huron is approximately a 6 minute walk to the east. The Riverbank Park on the Au Sable River is a 4 minute walk to the west, where you can picnic, launch a kayak, canoe, go tubing or walk the trails. To the south, is a two minute walk to the Piety Hill Boardwalk overlooking the Au Sable River. All of the amenities of downtown are a short walk or bike ride away.
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Gary Price in 1998 co-founded the company in 1998, at the time known as Lake Huron State Wide Real Estate, and has been an associate broker from the beginning. As an attorney, primarily engaged in real estate law, he provides on premises guidance to the agents alerting them to possible problems in the transaction, advising on solutions which many times leads to a quicker and smoother closing process. No longer in private practice, he is engaged full-time with the company in operations, listing and selling and still giving guidance.