You don’t cherish a home by locking it up for no one to see or touch it. You cherish a home by engaging with it and creating new, lasting memories with it. We believe in honoring the past by appreciating the present to the fullest extent. Its rich history began in 1874, when architect Edward Townsend Mix built it as a family residence for the Great Lakes Captain Robert Patrick Fitzgerald. This Victorian mansion is a study in symmetry with its double-arched windows, arched doorway, pillars that support the porch, and bracketed overhang, all of which give the building an air of balance and harmony.