Just this week, a new listing for a giant home showed up (with no photos) in Boston Edison. But a little digging reveals that this place might be almost as exciting as the nearby Briggs Mansion that sold earlier this year. Or maybe even more "deal of the century" exciting, as the ask is just $80 K for a 10 bedroom! Built in 1910, it is known as the James Couzens home, for whom the place was designed. Couzens was at the time a major shareholder in the Ford Motor Company who became mayor of Detroit and later a U. S. Senator. The 9,800 square foot home is a short sale, and according to wikipedia, was designed by Albert Kahn.
· 610 Longfellow St [Century 21]
· Briggs Mansion Bought! "Stone Hedge" Goes For $395,650 [Curbed Detroit]