Voigt House is an 1895 Chateauesque style mansion built by German immigrant and busnessman, Carl Voigt. His family occupied and preserved the house for 76 years and it contains their original decor, furnishings and possessions. It is a property of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids and is located in Heritage Hill which consists of 1300 homes and buildings, one of the largest areas on the National Register of Historic Places.
Grand Rapids' handsome historical neighborhood of Heritage Hill before (refresher: its 1300 homes date from 1843 and include everything from Greek Revival to an early 1908 Frank Lloyd Wright prairie style)
Heritage Hill! 57 Reasons to Live in West Michigan Reason #30. Located within walking distance of downtown, the historic district of Heritage Hill is home to some 1,300 of the most beautiful, classic homes in Grand Rapids -- representing over 60 architectural styles, most of them Victorian. When treeless neighborhoods and cookie-cutter houses begin to bore you, a self-guided tour of Heritage Hill will surely re-inspire your inner architect.