Constructed between 1887 and 1889, this historic site in Muskegon Michigan includes three structures. The Hackley House, the Hume House and the Fire Barn.
The structures were restored to original 1890s appearance and are a unique example of Victorian architecture of late nineteenth century. The interior decorative arts are especially notable.
Charles H. Hackley hired David S. Hopkins of Grand Rapids to design and build the magnificent houses and City Barn.
In 2014 the site was laser scanned inside and out. The data-set was presented to the Lakeshore Museum as a digital record of how the Hackley House, The Hume House and the city Barn exist today.
These images are presented by permission of the Lakeshore Museum. For more information about the Hackley & Hume Historic Sites please visit http://www.lakeshoremuseum.org/project/hackley-hume/