TIMELESS - Inside Mackinac Island's Historic Cottages by Moira Croghan. Photography by Mark Bearss.
Description: Mackinac Island is known as the jewel of the Great Lakes for its temperate summer climate, beautiful landscapes and rich history. One of the Island’s truest treasures is its well-preserved collection of Victorian cottages. Stylistically, Mackinac’s historic cottages are a variety of designs, from Carpenter Gothic, to Shingle, Stick and Queen Anne. Some are simply a beautiful mix of styles that were designed and built using local materials and known approaches to constructions. The pages of TIMELESS take you inside 33 of these homes, carefully preserved for future generations by the adventurous few willing and able to take on the stewardship of a home built more than a century ago.