Plymouth "Peacock" House

Learn a little bit about the storybook looking home that proudly sits at the Beck & Ann Arbor Trail

There is a great looking home at 47420 W Ann Arbor Trail that proudly sits right at the corner with Beck Road. Thousands of cars pass this location and I'm sure others have been curious just as I've been to learn more about this storybook looking home with the organic looking roof and a large peacock just above the front door. I don't much history of the home other than it was built in 1928. The home has been called the "peacock" house and the "Casa Llama" because of the llama that once lived on the property. This home in an original Cotswold design that looks humble from a distance but is surprisingly much larger than what I was expecting. Discover what me and my family have discovered about this and other homes in Plymouth by visiting http://www.facebook.com/PlymouthMIDiscoveries 

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