When this bi-level Brush Park penthouse hit the market last fall, readers were pretty impressed with both the design and the views. This penthouse checks off all the marks for spectacular loft living in Detroit. Located in Brush Park, it’s right between Downtown and Midtown and close to Eastern Market. The building was designed by Louis Kamper in 1924. It has exposed ceilings combined with modern bathrooms and kitchens. The loft itself has massive windows with views that led our photographers to take some of their best skyline photos of the city.
The loft has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, secure parking, and some stellar living spaces all in 1,700 square feet. It listed last fall for $599K and sat on and off the market since. It just sold for $510,000. Did you miss out on this one? No worries. There’s a small studio for sale in the Carlton for $240,000. Here’s one more look into one of the best penthouses we’ve seen in the city.
- Luminous Bi-Level Penthouse Offers Lofty Views of Brush Park [Curbed Detroit]