A taste of Key West in downtown Saugatuck! This grand home is the oldest residence in town, built by a lighthouse keeper when Saugatuck was a thriving lumber port. It is a classic example of Greek Revival architecture, with gable to the front, projecting roof and recessed corner columns. The home was properly and completely restored in 2002, including a new 2-stall garage and an expansive master suite. The renovation list is extensive, and includes roof, new wiring, mechanicals, and a totally new interior. The now 3 bedroom 4 bath home is delightfully historic and perfectly comfortable for todays living. Gin and tonics on the front porch, dinner on the private side porch, and then a walk to the ice cream shop make this home one of a kind! The home, published a couple times, The home, published a couple of times (including the Sept 2006 edition of Coastal Living) even has its own postcard still sold downtown. Be the next lucky owner of this slice of Americana!