Mott and Michigan starts out with a large commercial building, with apartments upstairs.
But then there are some fantastic single family houses, from a variety of eras. Sadly, one of the nicest ones that is shown below is abandoned.
But then there are some nice red brick houses with what were originally shingle detailing with eclectic and even some Queen Anne styling.
There is also this great example of an Italianate style house with a hip roof.
Towering trees frame the houses on the west side when we arrive at Haven Street.
The east side of the street begins with this massive Romanesque Revival commercial building, which was definitely a bakery at some point, judging from the giant letters on the side facing Mott.
The next two two-family houses are relatively simple dating to the turn of Twentieth Century.
Then there is this wild duplex in the Italianate style with a hipped roof…
and finally an elaborate Second Empire style house, which is not nearly as common as other parts of the city.
Then we get to Haven Street again, this time on the east side of the street.