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Albert Kahn House More Than Doubles Price After Renovation

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Now it's asking a hefty $890,000

Famous architect Albert Kahn designed this Indian Village single-family home in 1909. Over the past few years, it's been on and off the market, selling for $474,009 in 2013 and then $363,000 in 2015. This past year, it was remodeled, and with that transformation it has more than doubled its price. With a $890,000 ask, behold Indian Village's most expensive home currently on the market.

When this listing was built, it was designed for Hugh Chalmers, founder of the Chalmers Motor Car Company. The property features 11 bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and three half bathrooms across 9,290 square feet of space. Some of the most attractive features of the home can be found in the oak-paneled office with its limestone fireplace and the updated kitchen with its ceramic floors with radiant heat. Along with a built-in fridge, the kitchen also features a tall wine chiller. In the basement, a fully custom French speakeasy was constructed for entertaining.

It's listed through Toni Jennings at City Living Detroit. For a more in-depth look through this listing, check out the photo gallery below.

1453 Iroquois Street [Realtor.com]