A few months ago, we saw that perfect listing that blends the beautiful architectural detail of old Detroit with more modern upgrades. Seriously, this house has incredible wood beams, flooring, and trim downstairs, tiling in the foyer and bathrooms, and a seriously beautiful kitchen.
As we said in the first story, "Simply, it’s a beautifully restored home in a historic neighborhood."
It’s located on Seminole between Lafayette and Jefferson. It was built in 1911 by Charles T. Platt for Stanford Tappan and Emma Morely Crapo. It’s about 6,000 square feet with six bedrooms and five full bathrooms. It has a lovely yard and three-car garage. It listed in September for $675,000. Austin Black II from City Living Detroit tells us it just closed at $662,000 and went under contract within a week of listing. Here’s one more look around this exquisite house.
- 776 Seminole St [Redfin]
- Stunning Indian Village home blends modern style with classic details [Curbed Detroit]