Monday, September 17, 2007

Mansion Tour (9/29)

Saturday, September 29th, 2007

The Lakewood Historical Society presents an open house at the historic Faerber-Morse mansion.

Located at 13405 Lake Avenue (corner of Nicholson & Lake), the house was designed by renowned architect Gustave B. Bohm in 1914 for banker George Faerber. Shortly after completion, the home was sold to Agnes Morse, an executive at the Parish and Bingham steel stamping company. Mr. Morse lived lavishly, investing over $100,000 in improvements to the house. The house has a fascinating and varied history including a recent auction and foreclosure, which led to its purchase in 2005 by Mr. Sako Satka. Mr. Satka has offered the house to the Society for a fundraiser for the Lakewood Preservation Fund.

Tickets are on sale now for your chance to tour the historic Faerber-Morse House on Sunday 12:00- 6 p.m. $15 tickets can be purchased at Rozi’s Wine House, Geiger’s Clothing, Liberty Books and News, and Border’s Books

For information on the house visit For ticket information visit

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