This midcentury dream home in the Detroit Golf Club community comes with a unique Detroit history. According to the listing agent Nika Jusufi, the house was originally commissioned and lived in by the Feigenson Family, who created Faygo Pop. It’s also close to one of the most notable homes in Detroit—Frank Lloyd Wright’s Turkel House.
The house spans an impressive 3,400 square feet, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the back yard and the Golf Club. The home has five bedrooms and four full and two half baths. Inside, find a handsome brick fireplace surrounded by built-ins, two family rooms, a wet bar, a mix of travertine and teak flooring, scalloped tile in one of the half baths, and an impressive foyer with views to the backyard. It’s close to Palmer Park and Ferndale, and it’s listed through Nika Jusufi at Max Broock Realtors for $495,000.