Interactive Estate Map

Explore The House & Gardens

Charles Stewart Mott built Applewood Estate in 1916, engaging his sister’s husband, architect Herbert E. Davis, to design the family home. The three-story house is a Jacobean Revival with a basement, attached greenhouse, and garage. It has changed very little in the century since it was constructed. Take a look!

First Floor


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Second Floor


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Basement


Basement

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Gardens


Gardens

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