Next month, a secluded treasure in the heart of Flint will open its doors to the general public.
The 100 year old Applewood estate was the home of Charles Stewart Mott, an auto industry pioneer and philanthropist. The estate sits a short distance from Flint’s cultural district.
For decades, only the fortunate few had the chance to enter.
“It is a great Flint treasure that has been somewhat under-utilized,” says Megan McAdow, the Collections & Exhibitions Manager for the Ruth Mott Foundation.
However, that’s changing.