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Farmington Hills midcentury home asks $387.5K

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On over an acre of land

Photos by Brian Kurtz

This 1950 home in Farmington Hills was designed by Charles Hannan, who also designed Our Lady of Sorrows Church and drew inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright. The 3,650-square-foot home sits on over an acre of land, and has walls of windows to show off that view. The current owners have lived here since 1993; when they purchased it, the house wasn’t in the best shape, but they’ve worked at restoring it throughout the years. It’s now listing for $387,500.

Some of the original features include the stairway, soaring ceilings with wood beams, woodwork, built-ins, glass pocket doors, and original tiles with heated floor. An original 1950s tiled bathroom and small kitchen are located in the basement. The house has two separate living spaces—a large loft-like carpeted family room with a fireplace, stairway, and wall of windows, plus a tiled living room near the dining room and kitchen. The home has three bedrooms, plus four full and one half baths. The siding has been there since the current owners bought it, and a contractor has said it was original. The home is listed through Kenneth Lin.