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Stately brick Colonial in Indian Village lists for $440K

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With lovely front and back yards

Front of the brick house has awnings above all three dormer windows and two chimneys. Photos by 1440 Media

Pretty much every home in Indian Village is exceptional in some way. And one on Iroquois Street that just hit the market is no different.

It’s listed with Nick Asplund of Sotheby’s International Realty for $439,999.

The home was built in 1928 and designed by the firm Stratton and Hyde—William B. Stratton in particular worked on other notable Detroit buildings.

Its exterior is particularly remarkable. Jutting out from the front are three dormer-ish windows with a sharply-pitched roof that extends partially beyond them. All five of the windows on the brick facade have awnings.

The rear of the house has cedar shake siding, some attractive landscaping, and a detached two-car garage. A sunroom with arched windows and a stone walkway further integrates the indoors and outdoors.

Inside the 4,224-square-foot home, you’ll find eight bedrooms, six bathrooms (four full), and five fireplaces. There’s also a modern kitchen with lots of countertop space, a billiards room, and a unique wood-paneled vestibule.

At $104 per square foot, it’s not a bad deal for Indian Village either.

Rear of the house with cedar shake siding and a covered, paved seating area.
The sun room has arched windows and a brick wall, tiled floor, wicker chairs, and potted plants.
Close-up of the door leading from the wood-paneled vestibule to the foyer.
Living room with carpeted floors, a fire place, and bay windows. There’s two potted plants near the bay windows and a glass coffee table.
The kitchen has a long countertop that extends across two walls and a tall wood table. There’s white tiled floors.
An overhead view of the house, which is shaped like a “T.” The cement driveway extends from the front to the detached garage in the backyard.