Seven private guestrooms and baths in magnificent historic home.
Beautiful three story Dutch Colonial home built in 1894, and originally a summer “cottage” for a prominent Michigan family. Located right in the middle of Michigan's Lower Peninsula, and near Mt. Pleasant, Central Michigan University, Alma College, the Masonic Home, Mid-Michigan Medical Center and an easy drive to numerous golf courses and other recreational and cultural attractions.
Fully-restored, three story, 11,000 square foot Dutch Colonial home dates from 1894, when local lumber baron Ammi W. Wright built this magnificent home as an ‘enticement’ and belated wedding gift for his daughter, Sara, in an attempt to keep her close by his side. Listed on the Michigan Historic Register, Saravilla boasts imported period woodwork, original wallcoverings, period light fixtures, leaded glasswork, and magnificent craftsmanship throughout. With its landscaped grounds, inviting front porch, landmark turret, seven very spacious welcoming guest rooms, and 1200-square foot ballroom, Saravilla delights guests with the grace and charm of an era gone by.
Nearly 4,000 sq, ft. of meeting space on the first floor including a 1,200 sq. ft. ballroom, billiard room, sun room, library, parlor, and fully-equipped kitchen. The options and potential for this property are endless. Visit Saravilla's website for more information or set up an appointment to visit this magnificent property in person.