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Completed in 1886, the Queen Anne manor was originally owned by Thomas Webster, who was made probate judge of Bay County in 1880. Unfortunately, he would only have a short time to enjoy his newly built home with his first wife, Ella, as her untimely death shortly followed the birth of their twins. His second wife was Isabel Ingraham, who gave birth to his daughter Amelia. Webster would later build a home next door for his only daughter, and the structure continues to stand today and shares the driveway with the Historic Webster House.

Today, the Historic Webster House is one of the most elegant and popular bed and breakfast inns in Michigan. There are currently 7 bedrooms for guests to choose from. The Webster Room is the best room of all and features a Jacuzzi tub for two. The Judge?s Chambers is also equally popular, which allows guests to lounge in their own Jacuzzi under a star-filled night. Other rooms in the manor are the Signature Room, the Nodoka Room, the Magistrate Room with its dual pairs of skylights, the Miss Yunji Oriental Room, and the Bench Room.
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