The George Corselius House is at 317 E. Ann Street; built in 1829 or 1830, it is one of the oldest remaining homes in Ann Arbor.


"Mother told me we lived in it in 1838, and boarded the engineers who were laying out the Michigan Central Railroad," Cornelia Corselius wrote of this simple dwelling in 1909. An early deed indicates that it was occupied by a Dr. Randall in 1834, but it may actually have been built by Sylvester or Willard Mills in 1829-30.