Newton House

Newton House

Designed by Christian Haefner in the 1860s, this house belonged to George Newton, a state legislator. The cupola, projecting eaves, and symmetrically grouped windows distinguish its architecture. This building is located in the 580 acre densely timbered Fred Russ Experimental Forest, which Michigan State University used as a forestry school after receiving it as a gift in 1942. The Cass County Historical Commission has restored this elegant structure.
photo of Newton House

Registered Site L0367
Erected 1977

Location: 10689 Marcellus Highway
Volinia Township, Cass County

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Latitude: 42.0119328, Longitude: -85.9679317

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