Wyandotte Interactive Tour / Halstead-Crum House

Wyandotte, Michigan
1854 Wyandotte Village   |   Ford City   |   Glenwood & Mt. Carmel   |   South Wyandotte

33. Halstead-Crum House, Vinewood 156
Hipped roof Colonial Revival with hip roofed dormer. Portico over front entrance with slender columns.

A plaque from the Wyandotte Historical Society was accepted on September 1, 1992, but subsequently removed because vinyl siding was added, negating the buildings historic and architectural integrity.

Still the house is unique as an example of two houses being joined into one. The houses are joined by a 2 story hyphen that extends through the roof of the south side and ends in a wall dormer. Gable end on south side has Palladian window and hood with keystone.

North section has hip roof with front gable dormer, hip roof verandah with square columns and square spindles forming balustrade.