Tour of the Stone House in Lexington, MI.

Stone House, Lexington, MI

The Stone House, built in 1930 in Lexington, is an amazing piece of Michigan’s architectural history and heritage. Created using stones and sand from the shores of Lake Huron, it showcases the ingenuity, resourcefulness, and hard work that earlier residents displayed to help make this area what it is today.

Currently a weekly rental for tourists, this picturesque home is just two blocks from the very shores it was built from. Stone house is open to the general public just one day a year, the Saturday before mother’s Day, for tours and photo opportunities.

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