Name of Historic Site: Coatsworth House
Description of Historic Site: Beautiful historic home with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2,258 square feet of living space. The cupola has views of Lake Macatawa. After years of work and attention to detail, one of the most architecturally significant homes in Holland, The Coatsworth House, has been meticulously restored. Formerly owned by the daughter of Holland’s founder, A.C. Van Raalte, not one expense has been spared to preserve the the integrity and splendor of the home while still addressing modern building code requirements. Constructed and restored in the Second Empire style, this Victorian home will inspire even the most discerning Architectural enthusiast, with its dormer windows, square towers, decorative brackets, molded cornices, and Italianate inspired detail on the doors and windows. This house was one of very few structures that survived the great fire of 1871.
Address: 236 W 9th St Holland, MI 49423 (Private Home)