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Elegant Indian Village home on a double lot asks $774,900

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This impressive colonial revival is back on the market

Photos by Jim Harper

This latest listing in the historic Indian Village neighborhood boasts impressive original details with some modern upgrades. The 4,100-square-foot colonial revival sits on a double lot on the corner of Iroquois and Lafayette, with a brick wall on the Lafayette side, garage access from the alley, and an expansive backyard.

The home sold just a few years ago, and had a seller under contract in September last year, but it didn’t go through. It’s back on the market again for $774,900.

The home, designed by Rogers & MacFarlane and dating back to 1899, has five bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, distinctive windows, hardwood floors, a modern kitchen with exposed brick, a private suite on the third floor with an extensive walk-in closet and huge bathroom, a Florida room, multiple fireplaces, and a basement for storage.

It sits close to Jefferson, near Belle Isle, and within walking distance from the businesses in West Village. It’s listed through Matt O’Laughlin at Alexander Real Estate.