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Address: 201 S. Fifth Street     Click here for the Map and Directions Crystal Falls, Michigan 49920 Phone: (906) 875-7451 The Victorian home located on the corner of Fifth Street (US 2) and Michigan Ave was designed by noted architect J.C. Clancey (who was the designer of the historic courthouses for Iron County, Dickinson County and Florence County) on behalf of Attorney A.L. Flewelling, who is subsequently became an executive for the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad.  Other owners of the home have included Dr. Fank Noyes, who used a portion for his dental practice, teacher and basketball coach, Bob Boldt, and the family  of independent miner, Nester Hill. The current owners, Debra and Steven Tinti, have extensively restored the historic structure to house the Law Office of Steven J. Tinti.  In the process of this restoration, the owners have been provided with extensive insight into the history of the structure by friends, neighbors, and passersby.  Hopefully these activities will allow the A.L. Flewelling home to grace the corner of Fifth Street and Michigan Avenue for centuries to come. Address: 702 Norway Street     Click here for the Map and Directions Norway, Michigan 49870 Phone: (906) 563-8100 The historic home located at 702 Norway Street was constructed in 1905 by Andrew and Bessie Ruwitch, who were the founders of Joseph Ruwitch & Sons General Store on the corner of Main Street and Seventh Avenue (US 2), which subsequently housed Vertin’s.  In 1940, Felix and Ellen Lardenoit made the property their home and in 1987 the property became the office of Attorney Peter Kivisaari. The current owners, Debra and Steven Tinti, are in the process of restoring the building to serve the Law Office of Steven J. Tinti.  As these restorations proceed, it is intended that this example of community history grace the corner of Norway Street and Seventh Avenue for generations to come.
Law Office of Steven J. Tinti
© Law Office of Steven J. Tinti 2015, all rights reserved.

Locations

Click here for the Map and Directions Address: 201 S. Fifth Street Crystal Falls, Michigan 49920 Phone: (906) 875-7451 The Victorian home located on the corner of Fifth Street (US 2) and Michigan Ave was designed by noted architect J.C. Clancey (who was the designer of the historic courthouses for Iron County, Dickinson County and Florence County) on behalf of Attorney A.L. Flewelling, who is subsequently became an executive for the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad.  Other owners of the home have included Dr. Fank Noyes, who used a portion for his dental practice, teacher and basketball coach, Bob Boldt, and the family of independent miner, Nester Hill. The current owners, Debra and Steven Tinti, have extensively restored the historic structure to house the Law Office of Steven J. Tinti.  In the process of this restoration, the owners have been provided with extensive insight into the history of the structure by friends, neighbors, and passersby.  Hopefully these activities will allow the A.L. Flewelling home to grace the corner of Fifth Street and Michigan Avenue for centuries to come.                                                                                                         Click here for the Map and Directions                                                                                                   Address: 702 Norway Street Norway, Michigan 49870 Phone: (906) 563-8100 The historic home located at 702 Norway Street was constructed in 1905 by Andrew and Bessie Ruwitch, who were the founders of Joseph Ruwitch & Sons General Store on the corner of Main Street and Seventh Avenue (US 2), which subsequently housed Vertin’s.  In 1940, Felix and Ellen Lardenoit made the property their home and in 1987 the property became the office of Attorney Peter Kivisaari. The current owners, Debra and Steven Tinti, are in the process of restoring the building to serve the Law Office of Steven J. Tinti.  As these restorations proceed, it is intended that this example of community history grace the corner of Norway Street and Seventh Avenue for generations to come.
Law Office of Steven J. Tinti