Welcome to Paulson House, established in 1884 by Swedish settlers Charles and lena Paulson. Built by Mr Paulson and friends from hand hewn white cedar logs with snug dovetailed corners, the house remains on the original site at Au Train Lake. The log house stands two stories with three rooms upstairs and five rooms on the first floor, including an attached kitchen 1800, and is about 1800 square feet. The upstairs was used as a school room in the late 1880s and currently reflects that period. Designated a Michigan Historic site in 1972, the Paulson House is open in the afternoon from 2:00 to 5:00 Sunday thru Friday during the Summer.