Thomas H. Hoatson House, photo submitted 1994. Thomas H. Hoatson House, photo submitted 1994. Thomas H. Hoatson House, photo submitted 1994.
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Hoatson, Thomas H., House
320Tamarack Street, Laurium - Houghton County
Other Names Laurium Manor Inn
Thomas H. Hoatson House
Property Type frame house
hotel
Historic Use DOMESTIC/single dwelling
Current Use DOMESTIC/hotel
Style Classical Revival
Architect/Builder Maass Brothers
Significant Person Thomas H. Hoatson
Narrative Description The Hoatson House is a two-and-one-half-story Neoclassical structure constructed in 1906-1907. A wood-frame building, it has clapboarded exterior. The symmetrical-front house features an accentuated full height central entry portico supported by Corinthian columns, and a one-story porch flanking it on either side across the full front of the facade. The house is rectangular in shape and rests on a Lake Superior red sandstone foundation. The Hoatson House faces northwest on a residential street in the village of Laurium, Houghton County, Michigan. Today the Hoatson House is a bed and breakfast known as the Laurium Manor Inn.
Statement of Significance The Hoatson House is the one time home of Thomas Hoatson Jr., well-known Upper Peninsula mining captain. The house is the Copper Country's foremost example of Neoclassical residential architecture, and an outstanding residential commission of its architect, Charles Maass. The house, completed in 1907 at a cost of $50,000, is also notable for its technological advancements.
Period of Significance 1906-1907
Significant Date(s) 1906-1907
Registry Type(s) 12/09/1994 National Register listed
Site ID# P3523