Palomita sign beckons
Palomita from the beach with view of the beautiful porch windows
View of Pigeon Creek and Lake Michigan beyond
James Sebastian at the window shortly after the house was built
Early construction photo
James Sebastian on the roof during construction
Composite deck leads to handcrafted white pine door with modern glass lights
"Brothers fondly remember the sound of bare feet running over pegged wood floors"
Lake view from the sun porch
One of the striking features is the massive angled brick fireplace wall with staggered vents and a built-in rotisserie grill.
Another porch view
Watercolor of the Sebastians' first cottage before Palomita puchased by Consumers Power
Porch dining room for entertaining large groups of relatives, friends and business associates.
Hall to main floor bedrooms with view of wall niche and organ James often played
Boys Bunkroom that often slept 6 or more with wood paneling, floors and beamed ceilings
Danish light fixture over stairs with view of dumb waiter for transporting firewood and kitchen
The Sebastian Family Cottage "Palomita" viewed from the approach along a two track road and bridge over Little Pigeon Creek