29 Gay SE

Built in: 1916
Style: Georgian Country Manor
1979 Tour, 1994 Tour, 2000 Tour
This Georgian Country Manor was built in 1916 by Chester Idema, son of Old Kent Bank founder Henry Idema. When Chester and his family lived here, they had 2 live-in maids, a full time cook, a full time laundress, and a full time chauffeur. Today's hosts use their home as a Bed and Breakfast, affectionately named Peaches. Inside the estate features many family antiques and an expanding original artwork collection. Perennial gardens surround the home. (Arch: Wmson, Crow & Proctor; fam. At 103 College SE before)
Past Owners:
Idema, Chester - Original Owner
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