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A stunning Queen Anne mansion, this house, built between the years of 1882-84 by Henry A. Chapin, a native of Massachusetts, now houses the City Hall. The 13 room interior of the house has stunning hand-carved woodwork, stained glass transoms, stenciled ceilings and also a ball room on the top floor. The exterior is notable because of its turrets and four gables. Chapin also was the owned of the Chapin Mine near Iron Mountain, Michigan. The building may be visited during normal business hours and large group tours can be arranged in advance. Tours are free.