The University of Michigan on Tuesday finalized the sale of Inglis House to a buyer who intends to use it as a family residence.
"We are pleased that Inglis House will once again become a family home," says Jim Kosteva, director of community relations. The home is being purchased by Dan and Marlee Musser.
President Mark Schlissel discussed the University of Michigan's proposed sale of the Inglis House during a meeting Thursday in which several neighbors urged the university to reconsider its decision to sell the house.
The University of Michigan will move forward with a plan to sell the university-owned Inglis House and donate proceeds from the sale to student support through the university's endowment.
The house sits on a 9.1-acre parcel of land adjacent to Nichols Arboretum.
An unexpected proposal to spend $4.6 million to restore the University of Michigan's historic Inglis House did not move forward at Thursday's Board of Regents meeting.