Detroit has a wealth of gorgeous old Tudor homes from modest cottages with tiny turrets all the way up to the 15-bedroom Fisher Mansion. If you're buying a house in Detroit proper, chances are, you'll notice that a lot of options are covered in stucco and timber. If you're buy-curious about Tudors, you might try renting this 5-bedroom, 3-bath Sherwood Forest stunner. Built in 1927, the 3600-square-foot home has a fireplace, beamed ceilings, gorgeous oak paneling in the massive living room, and a really unique spiral stair.
The kitchen could use a few updates, but the dining room's large and inviting with red Spanish tile floors and the original copper range hood. There's a pretty flagstone entry, and the house has tons of character from the street. You're also a quick 2-block walk to Kuzzo's and the Avenue of Fashion on Livernois. We'd want to see bedroom and bathroom photos to be definitive, but while Tudors like this one go up for sale regularly, we don't often see homes of this kind or size for rent. For info on showings, contact realtor Lauren Rivers.
·Rivers Realty Group [Facebook]