Ever wondered what the big spenders have set their eyes on in Detroit? Below, you'll be able to discover the five most expensive homes currently on the market, from a 10-bedroom mansion to a four-bedroom converted condo. Empty lots and multi-family residential developments were left off of this list. Let us know what you think about these units in the comment section, or take a look at Michigan's most expensive listing here.
↑ 2 Sand Bar Ln
Size: 6-bed, 6.5-bath, 13,100-square-foot single-family home
The most expensive listing currently on the Detroit market is this three-story single-family home. Inside, you can find a gourmet style kitchen with custom cabinetry and high-end appliances, and a wet bar, and an elevator. For sailors, there is also a private 75-foot boat slip and private boardwalk as an added bonus.
↑ 97 Winder St
Size: 10-bed, 8.5-bath, 9,000-square-foot single-family home
This 1880-built Victorian mansion was completely gutted and restored. It now features a banquet room, finished basement, and a spiral stairway with views of Comerica Park and the Midtown skyline.
↑ 1535 6th St #5
Size: 4-bed, 2.5-bath, 6,000-square-foot condo
At the border of Corktown and Downtown, this condo is located in what was once the Westinghouse Appliance Factory. This unit offers french doors, an office, and over a dozen 10' x 9' windows.
↑ 1700 Lincolnshire Dr
Size: 6-bed, 4.5-bath, 5,700-square-foot single-family home
Some of the major highlights of this single-family home iclude its library, three-car garage, and multiple porches, balconies, and sun rooms. This listing also includes an additional buildable lot.
↑ 1560 Lincolnshire Dr
Size: 6-bed, 5-bath, 9,070-square-foot single-family home
In Palmer Woods, this single-family home is up for grabs with a renovated kitchen, temperature controlled swimming pool, rock wall, and wet bar.
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