Good news regarding this historic 1886 Queen Anne in Saginaw's lovely Cathedral District. "I'm happy to say that we've deeded the property over!" says Marcia Hoffman, who was in charge of the listing. "No, we didn't sell it, but the publicity from the article helped convince our local historic society to act as caregivers for the home. They formed the Friends of the Hill House to help raise funds for a complete restoration." The house was designed and built by architect Fred W. Hollister for lumber baron Clarence Hill in 1886. Hollister was a notable architect who, two years prior, built the Saginaw County Courthouse.
To explore this house, see Save This Old House: Gilded Age Queen Anne