This historic house now sits on the grounds of Midland County Historical Society’s Heritage Park. It originally stood near downtown Midland before it was moved to its current location. The house was built in1874 by Benjamin F. Bradley, an early businessman in Midland. He lost the house in 1921 after filing for bankruptcy and then it was purchased by St. Bridgid’s Roman Catholic Church and used it as a rectory until 1969 when they planed to demolish it for an expansion. Funds were raised and it was moved to its current location near the campus of Northwood University.
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