Just picture it...small town, snow falling, long lost love waiting on the porch, oh, and there's a dog. It's pretty much the plot of just about every Hallmark movie we love, but we found a historic home that can make it a reality.

The historic "Heather House" in Marine City, Michigan is on the market currently for $749,000. The majestic 3-story Victorian Mansion was built in 1885 and then converted into a bed and breakfast in 1991. Perfectly located just north of downtown Marine city just along the St Clair River, its picturesque design is truly something straight out of a movie.

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Inside you can step back in time inside the 5569 square feet of timeless beauty. There are 7 bedrooms with 6 rooms offering balconies and porches off the suites and a 7th suite on the 3rd floor designed for the master suite or owner's suite. There are also 7.5 bathrooms equally as charming in design.

According to the listing, the 3rd floor has 1,500 square feet of unfinished attic space that boasts a cathedral-style ceiling, and beautiful stained glass having the potential for even more living space. There is also a basement area that can be renovated for recreational space as well.

According to The Heather House Bed & Breakfast website, the home has some interesting history. The home was originally built for William Sauber, a chief engineer with the Mitchell Shipping Line. Sauber was general manager and secretary of the Marine City Suger Factory, Secretary of the Salt and Block Works, and was Mayor of Marine City.

"Captain Sauber built the elaborate mansion to be his family home. He was born in Berlin, Germany in 1848, he had 10 children and died in 1916. Today, the home's master bedroom, The St. Clair room is available for reservation. The house originally had 12 rooms including a conservatory, a tower room, and four fireplaces. It also had a Turkish bath in the basement which Mr. Sauber installed."

The current owners, Mark & Helen Lally, have run the charming inn since 2014.

Take a look inside the real-life Hallmark movie home below.

Own Your Very Own Hallmark Home: A Look Inside 1885 Historic Heather House

One look and you'll think you stepped into a Hallmark Christmas movie. The Heather House in Marine City is currently on the market for $750k and is filled with whimsical history. The home was originally built for William Sauber, a chief engineer with the Mitchell Shipping Line. Sauber was general manager and secretary of the Marine City Suger Factory, Secretary of the Salt and Block Works, and was Mayor of Marine City. Now the stunning Victorian mansion is a Bed & Breakfast with 6 beautiful guest suites with balconies and porches and charm throughout. Take a look inside.

Inside the $5.9M Cedar-Clad 'Boardwalk Cottage' For Sale on Mackinac Island

This is everything you thought and more. If you have strolled the whimsical streets of Mackinac Island not far from downtown you have surely seen the "Boardwalk Cottage". The unique cedar-clad home is a standout for its design and beauty, and it's no wonder considering who owns the home. The home was built in the 1980s by the McIntire family, the previous owners of The Hotel Iroquois on the island for over 65 years. Much like the hotel that they brought to a legendary stage, the 4200 square foot home is considered one the island's finest.

Inside the home, you will find three bedrooms, each with its own sitting area, walk-in closet, and private bath, each overlooking the Straits of Mackinac. The first-floor master suite will have you waking up with spectacular views of Lake Huron. The outside offers amazing space for entertaining and just taking in all the beauty the home is surrounded by.

Take a look inside.

 

 

 

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