Historic Home Tour

Marshall Michigan

Dave & Kim Byrens Home
104 North Park Street

This English Tudor home is a local favorite.


Many lucky Marshall residents have enjoyed breaking bread in the Byrens family’s English Tudor home. Built in 1939, Marshall sandstone was used to build the house, with a matching stone fence across the front of the property.

Inside, you will find art throughout the home. In the dining room, a handcrafted iron table of ivy was designed by Kim and Dave Byrens to match the stained glass valance and iron stair railing.

The musical abilities of the Byrens are very evident in their spacious music room which contains a Baldwin baby grand piano, antique pump organ, and harpsichord built by Dave’s grandfather over 40 years ago. Off the music room, be sure to notice the sun porch ceiling, entirely adorned with a canvas painting of clouds and lattice.

Among other artistry in the home are several stained glass windows designed and crafted by Kim.

In the back, you will be able to tour the beautifully landscaped grounds with the comfortable pool and hot tub areas, including a small waterfall.

The Byrens acquired this fine home in October of 1990. Since then, they have redecorated the entire home, added a circular driveway, and finished the lower level. Kim has added her collection of cookie moulds to the kitchen on wooden pegs.

The Byrens have two children, Brittany and Kirk.

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