Revisiting Michigan Celebrity Homes: Don & Patsy Lou Williamson
As we wrap up the year, we're revisiting some of the sweetest houses in Michigan that have belonged to some of our state's most prominent figures.
Today, we're peeking inside a beautiful home in Davison that used to belong to eccentric Flint mayor Don Williamson and his wife Patsy Lou Williamson. This custom-designed home was built in 2010 and is nestled on 19 acres on the Potter Lake Peninsula.
The piece of Flint history was listed for about $1.3 million in 2021, but sold for just over $131,000 earlier this year.
This article originally appeared on June 15, 2021.
Tomorrow, we'll wrap up our Michigan celebrity home series by taking a look at Aretha Franklin's Bloomfield Hills home.
This breathtaking home in Davison belonged to former Flint Mayor Don Williamson and his wife Patsy Lou Williamson who owned several car dealerships in the area.
Don passed away in 2019 followed by Patsy Lou who died in 2020. Their custom-designed home was built in 2010 and sits on 19 acres on the Potter Lake Peninsula. The home is currently listed at just under $1.3 million. Click here for details.
It's an absolutely stunning home with about 3,800 square feet and features a gourmet kitchen and beautiful views of Potter Lake from almost every room.
There's even a guest house that features extra-large garage spaces to accommodate an RV or boat.
This is more than just a beautiful home. It's a part of Flint's history.