What do you know about S. S. Kresge house?
In the Boston-Edison Historic District, the stucco mansion at 70 West Boston Boulevard was the former home of Sebastian S. Kresge (1867-1966), founder of the Kresge dime stores, which became K-Mart, now merged under parent corporation Sears Holdings. See Wikipedia article "S. S. Kresge," which includes a picture of the home built in 1914, design by Frank B. Meade & James M. Hamilton, Architects, known as Meade & Hamilton. Also see detroit1701.org's article, "S. S. Kresge Home," which also includes a picture and biographical information. The property is the largest lot in the Boston-Edison Historic District and is part of the Historic Boston-Edison Association's driving/walking tour. Please do not disturb current resident(s).