Michael Greeley House

Michael Greeley House

9818 Main Street

—Written by Gail Drabant

This late-Victorian Queen Anne house, located at 9818 Main Street, is transitional to the Colonial Revival style. The use of columns, rather than turned posts, the Paladian windows in the gables and the adjacent pairs of windows are all elements of the Colonial Revival style. This property was owned by Dr. Bennett before Greeley. Michael Greeley was a farming settler with his farm having originally been straight west of this farm. The original house on the Main Street location no longer exists. This house was built circa 1910. Mr. and Mrs. G. Meyers bought this house in the 1960s and made it into a rooming house. They enclosed the front porch and had an ice cream parlor in the porch area. The current owners, besides using the house as their residence, have the “Serendipity Shop” antique store in a portion of the house.