230 Fulton Street E is located in Heritage Hill. It was built in 1845. It is of the Greek Revival architectural style. It's architectural significance is OUTSTANDING. Past owners include Pike, Abram W..


PikeHouse, Walking Tour


Abram Pike held a varied career from an Indian trader to a store clerk. A short-lived apprenticeship in a Port Sheldon store led to the construction of his Grand Rapids home. The business went under and Pike took the building apart, piece by piece and transported it to Grand Rapids. His lovely home has been preserved since 1924 as the Grand Rapids Art Museum. (Became art museum; parts moved from Port Sheldon)

Geographic coordinates are 42.963113°N, 85.663263°WLatitude: 42°57′47.207″N
Longitude: 85°39′47.747″W

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Original data from Heritage Hill Associaton