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The Sugar Shack Book your table and hotel room all in one. The ultimate crash pad for #NYE. Includes: VIP Bottle Service (1) Premium bottle (1) Bottle of Champagne. You never have to leave the party with The Sugar Shack Oasis at Gold Spikes ultimate nightlife accessory. A Traveler XL Tiny Home The Sugar Shack sits in the heart of Gold Spikes Backyard and boasts 344 square feet including a queen bed on the main floor and full bed in the elevated loft as well as a sleeper sofa with pullout…

Introducing The Sugar Shack! You never have to leave the party with The Sugar Shack Oasis at Gold Spikes ultimate nightlife accessory. A Traveler XL Tiny Home The Sugar Shack sits in the heart of sister property Gold Spikes Backyard and boasts 344 square feet including a queen bed on the main floor and full bed in the elevated loft as well as a sleeper sofa with pullout futon full kitchen and bathroom amenities and a table with seating for 4. The Sugar Shack also features a working fireplace…

L. H. Parish, was a former Confederate solider who became a prominent cotton merchant and banker. He acquired the plans to the house through a mail-order catalog from George F. Barber known for his exuberant Queen Anne style houses. He was also the premier marketer of house plans by catalog of the time, and he greatly influenced the architectural style of houses throughout the continent. The carriage house to the north of the main residence is also built off Barber plans.

better plan with double vestibule and two chambers on the main floor. One can be converted to a library/study and the other for when you are older and cannot get up the stairs. Thus, converting it to a bungalow.

Plymouth, MI

Wilcox House at 676 Penniman Ave., across the street from Kellogg Park, in Plymouth, Michigan. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1901 by William Markham, owner of the Markham Air Rifle Factory, which still stands at 340 N. Main St. The house was originally built as a home for Markham’s young mistress, Blanche Shortman. In 1911, the home was purchased by George Wilcox. The home was owned by the Wilcox family for nearly 90 years.