Comstock House

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Big Rapids Bed and Breakfast
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
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Come on in to the Comstock House and enjoy taking a step back in time. The Comstock House is an elegant Eastlake brick style home located in Big Rapids, Michigan. D.F. Comstock built this extravagant home in 1896, where it later became the home of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity in 1967. The Johansen Family purchased the home in 2006 and has restored it back to its original state. The Comstock House is proud to be listed on the State of Michigan Historic Places.
It takes true vision, passion, and dedication to do what you did. To take a run down, burnt out, dilapidated old fraternity house and restore it to this beautiful, welcoming home-away-from-home! Even the smallest details have been accounted for, making the Comstock House a true treasure!
- Kevin & Jennifer Cummings, Wixom, Michigan
The décor in each room is always being accented with additional authentic, antique treasures found from all around the world. You will find the furnishings elegant but yet comfortable. Enjoy sitting in the library looking through photos and memorabilia as well.-We welcome you to enjoy a restful and luxurious night in comfort and wake up to a delicious, unique, gourmet breakfast.
The Comstock House is located only 2.5 blocks from the historic downtown. You can enjoy shopping, dining and antiquing all within walking distance. While you are here take a stroll down the Riverwalk that starts directly across the street and leads you on a paved trail through the park and along the river. Also for the biking enthusiasts, we are located only 1/4 mile from the White Pine Trail!
Click here to watch an interview of Jane talking about the Comstock House. The interview and video was put together by Ferris State University Students for a school project. They did a very nice job!

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