Historic Home Tour

Marshall Michigan

Mabin Home
318 W. Mansion Street

The Mabin home provides an excellent example of gothic Revival architecture with its peaked roof and distinctive bargeboard trim. Built in 1853, the house and carriage house were originally connected by a four-bay porch. They are listed in the Historic American Building Survey.
Prominent previous owners have included Abner Baker, an early Marshall boot and shoe manufacturer, and James Miner, a Marshall lawyer who later become the first chief justice of the Utah Supreme Court. Bill and Angela Mabin acquired the home in 1990.

The Mabins are no strangers to the home tour, having previously been on tour in another residence, this home in 1992, and filling an number of positions with the Marshall Historical Society and home tour. Since 1992, this home has been extensively redecorated, with the kitchen remodeling just completed this year.

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