Pontiac Vintage Homes

Historic Seminole Hills & Ottawa Hills • Featuring 149 Ottawa Dr.

149 Ottawa drive,  Pontiac, Michigan 48341


Adding to the colorful fabric of the gorgeous Seminole Hills Historic District, 149 Ottawa Drive offers its new owners the chance to appreciate so many stately, custom features ~ rare vintage leaded windows… some with stained glass, and others with colored glass crests which are still intact from when they were created in the 1920’s. Forged wrought iron balusters – not aluminum! – as well as a forged wrought iron newel post…original architectural components which would be phenomenally expensive to replicate at today’s costs. A carved limestone fireplace.  Detailed plaster reliefs are on walls and on ceilings, while also found in hallways and in ceiling medallions…none of which were mass produced in a factory. Rather, they were created on-site by true artisans, and are still in their original pristine condition.



Shown by appointment only.  Listing Agent: Mona Parlove: 248-514-0685  or mparlove@aol.com

The stunning & eclectic details which have been preserved or restored in 149 Ottawa Drive would be incredibly expensive to create at today’s costs. The artisans who created the beauty of this home, with their amazing talents & skills, are now limited in number. This disappearing art of fine, vintage craftsmanship is preserved  throughout this stunning home. An added bonus, is this true find is nestled on over half an acre, right in the city!

What really makes the Pontiac neighborhoods shine are the residents.  Friendly, dedicated neighbors who truly love where they live, and are invested in their community.  It is not unusual for residents wishing to move & to stay IN the community in yet another beautiful home only a few streets away. Many other neighbors comfortably stay in their same house for more than 30 years, because the location is so charming and so convenient.


149 Ottawa drive, seminole hills, Pontiac • $335,000 • MLS#: 218033041

Shown by appointment only.  Listing Agent: Mona Parlove: 248-514-0685  or mparlove@aol.com



​​​​​$335,000 • MLS#: 218033041

The Seminole Hills Historic District, and the neighboring Ottawa Hills Subdivision, are relatively undiscovered jewels in the heart of Oakland County. The tree-lined streets gently roll and curve as you travel them. Hundreds of beautiful homes display their incredible charm & unique styling, with the vast majority having been constructed between the 1920’s and the 1940’s.

Some Detroit neighborhood names you may know: Boston Edison, Palmer Park, Indian Village & Rosedale Park. These areas, along with Dearborn Hills, Vinsetta Park, Oakland Manor, Poppleton Park & others, are more commonly known communities.
Guess what? They have VERY similar architectural styles to Pontiac's Seminole Hills & Ottawa Hills!




Morris Mansion -1920's estate on beautiful Ottawa Drive

The charm & craftsmanship of the 1920s Tudor era remain. Priceless original architectural
features are found throughout this stately home. Nestled on over half an acre - includes additional lot.

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Hidden Jewels in the Heart of Oakland County.
Welcome to the
West Hills area of Pontiac!

Historic Seminole Hills and neighboring Ottawa Hills are amongst 
mid-Oakland County's premier vintage communities. They are easily accessible,
​and right here in Pontiac!

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149 Ottawa Drive is centrally located
in Oakland County, just West of a
re-energized and growing downtown Pontiac. It is minutes from Birmingham, Rochester, West Bloomfield, I-75 and
M-59.  Lakes, walking trails, and sought-after amenities in every direction.

149 OTTAWA & area HISTORY

Pontiac: city ON THE MOVE

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If this Tudor Revival style of home appeals to you, then it absolutely makes sense
to take the next step. Please contact me. This undeniably special house could possibly
become your home. Living in the heart of Oakland County is such
​an easy consideration!  Get ready to be in the “heart” of it all!

OR CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR NEWEST LISTING at 82 ILLINOIS AVE IN OTTAWA HILLS!

 

Michigan's first inland settlement in
1818, Pontiac was later incorporated
as a city in 1861 and is now an urban historian's dream!   Pontiac's central location, architecture and diversity is drawing new investment, and is becoming one of Michigan's prime hip urban centers.

An exceptional example of Tudor Revival architecture, complete with classic uses of half-timbering, rough-sawn siding and cut stone inlay.  The original stucco detailing
also is intact. This grand estate was built
​by a prominent Pontiac physician, and is one of the early homes built in Seminole Hills.