• 2 BDRM
  • 1 BTH
  • 786 SQ.FT
  • 0′ WF
630 Webster Street Traverse City MI 49686
Status: Sold Co-op Member


This downtown bungalow nestled on a charming lot presents an opportunity to either renovate and restore the home to its original beauty or start fresh and build your custom dream home. Located just a few blocks from the beach and a couple blocks to Boardman Lake in the Historic Traverse City Boardman District. Renovators and investors alike will appreciate the chance to maximize the value of this investment opportunity. The home was in the process of being renovated and the kitchen and bathroom have been gutted. The home is being sold as is. All measurements are approximate. Listing data and measurements have been obtained form third-party sources and should be independently verified.


From E Front Street turn south on Franklin Street and then turn left onto Webster Street. / From E Eighth Street turn north on Franklin Street and then turn right onto Webster Street.


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Property Listed By

Coldwell Banker Schmidt-402. 402 E Front Street Traverse City MI 49686

About Boardman

Boardman Neighborhood Info

The Boardman neighborhood sits between State Street on the north edge, and Boardman Lake to the south.  This neighborhood, including homes along Boardman Avenue and Washington Street, preserves some of Traverse City’s oldest and most ornate homes, many in the fanciful Queen Anne style.  The Boardman neighborhood is a primarily residential historic district, with approximately 174 structures, the majority of them well-maintained Victorian wood-frame residences covered with clapboard siding. Structures range from lavish houses built for some of the city's most prominent late 19th-century residents to more modest homes originally owned by small businessmen and lumber company employees.

The Boardman area of Traverse City has the TART trail running through the southern edge of this neighborhood, public boat launch access to Boardman Lake, Traverse Area Community Sailing with programs for kids and teens, and some great neighborhood restaurants, cafés, and more.  Find a great microbrewery experience with Filling Station, located in a former railroad depot built in 1927 along the shores of Boardman Lake.  The building has a storied history, and a gorgeous view to enjoy great beers, fresh salads, and housemade wood-fired pizzas.  See more about the history of the railroad industry in Traverse City and "Ales by the Rails" at the Filling Station building here.

The Eighth Street corridor is set to undergo a major streetscape project during the summer of 2019 to enhance the village-within-the-city feel and foster better walk- and bikeability. Learn more here.

Year Units Sold Total Volume Average Sale High Sale Low Sale
2017 17 $6,770,500 $398,265 $770,000 $170,000
2018 16 $5,750,850 $359,428 $930,000 $60,000
2019 23 $6,359,750 $276,511 $766,250 $159,900


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