Historic Beck House of Plymouth, Michigan
Historic Beck House of Plymouth, Michigan

Get to Know Beck House of Plymouth

     Historical Beck House was orginally built in 1943, and sits on Beck Road property that was once the Hill Top Dairy Farm, West of downtown Plymouth.  Purchased in 2005 by Julia Flagg, and established specifically as a lodging for business professionals doing business or bringing business to Michigan she renovated the house inside and out to provide Guests with a home-away-from-home level of comfort.


                         We believe your success begins when you're treated like a Guest!


The house rests on two acres of meadows, gardens and tree-lined orchards, overlooking Hill Top Golf Course. Deer, turkey, geese, ground hogs, bunnies and pheasants frequent the yard year round. 


Our Guests experience the best of Plymouth Michigan, all without the burden of home ownership! Seconds from the M-14 and I-275 expressway, fifteen minutes from Detroit Metro Airport. We offer bed and breakfast style living with a month-to-month Guest Residency Contract-- all at a fraction of the cost of a hotel room at approximately $40.00 a night.

Our Pine Room Suite Guests have use of the 2,200 sq. ft. first level, including the fully equipped gourmet kitchen, full fridge, five burner stove, two ovens, and wet bar, the formal dinning room which boasts a welcoming fireplace with a cozy reading chair, the butler's pantry/laundry room, the new library room, surrounded with windows to view the meadows, and french doors to the new deck and patio with fire pit, of a and 4,500 sq. ft. home. Our Garden Level lodgers have the enjoyment of their own private garden and patio with dinning table and umbrella, as well as, the fire pit and meadows.


Beck House is only three miles by car, bike, or hike to the restaurants, parks and shops of downtown Plymouth, and within walking distance to the Hill Top Golf Course and Plymouth Township Park and fishing pond.


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