(517) 486-3642
130 S. Lane St
Blissfield, MI 49228

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Historic Blissfield Hotel
102 W. Adrian St
1st floor is 3,300 sq. ft. and 4 feet below grade.
2nd floor is also 3,330 sq. ft. Parcel # BL2-620-0211-00. 

Owner: Janine Lawson (517) 486-3601

Historic hotel built in 1875. Originally four stories, the dance hall on the top floor and the hotel rooms on the 3rd floor burned away, leaving the hotel on the second level and the tavern at the street level. Currently the tavern level is used for storage, with the second level serving the Victorian Garden, a high-end collectibles retail store. 

The Blissfield Hotel site is at the busy corner of Lane and Adrian streets in downtown Blissfield. Over 12,500 vehicles pass by daily. There is public parking nearby. The Blissfield Hotel also has two historic buildings as neighbors: the Odd Fellows Building and the historic train Depot. 

Historic Inter-urban Depot
116 W. Adrian St.
Lease: $500/month plus utilities
2,592 square feet

Owner: David Walter (517) 486-4371.

This building was the depot for the Toledo & Western, an electric passenger and freight rail line.

It is presently office space on the first floor and an apartment on the second floor that can be used for additional income.

The building is eligible for historic federal tax credits.

Blissfield General Store
105 S. Lane St
Flexible lease terms
2,000 square feet 

Owner: Tom Davis (419) 535-3217

The open first floor retail space features wooden floors and lots of character. The second and third floors contain apartments. 






117 W. Adrian St.
Total square footage: 2,660, with 1,330 on each of the two floors.
Parcel No: BL2-620-0034-00

For purchase inquiries please contact Harold or Kileen at (517) 740-5360.

This historic commercial building is in the downtown core, and features a large parking lot at the back entrance. Over 12,500 vehicles pass by daily.

The building used to be the site of the Jipson-Carter Bank, one of two banks in Blissfield, and was later the Blissfield Library and Village Office. Most recently, the store has been retail.

The upper floor is an apartment, and currently generating rental income.