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Stunning Indian Village home blends modern style with classic details

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It just hit the market for $675,000

This restored 1911 Indian Village house has a lot going for it. The home has been restored, but still has modern finishes in the kitchen and bathrooms. It’s just under 6,000 square feet, with six bedrooms and five full bathrooms. It’s listing for $675,000.

Located on Seminole between Jefferson and Lafayette, this house was designed by Charles T. Platt for Stanford Tappan and Emma Morely Crapo. The house has beautiful wood flooring throughout, with gorgeous tiling in the foyer and bathrooms. This house has multiple fireplaces, including this one on the upper level, which would make quite the reading nook.

The main living areas downstairs have lovely wood beams, paneling, and trim, without being too overbearing. Among the new improvements are electrical and plumbing, plaster repair, a new roof on the house and garage, and renovated bathrooms. Outside, there’s a landscaped yard plus a three-car garage. Simply, it’s a beautifully restored home in a historic neighborhood. It’s listed by City Living Detroit.