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Stunning Arden Park home with Arts and Crafts details asks $499K

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The historic was home built in 1914 and featured in period magazines

A large home with brick first story, white stucco second story, and an entrance in the middle. Photos by CMJ Photography

Practically every home in Arden Park is unique, historic, and full of incredible details. So we shouldn’t be surprised to find another stunner that’s on the market for $499,000.

Built in 1914, the home at the corner of John R Street and Arden Park Boulevard was designed by local architect Hans Gehrke for well-known jeweler Robert C. Traub. It was even featured in the magazine House Beautiful around the time it was completed. Sadly it underwent years of neglect and, according to the owner, ended up on the city’s demolition list before being bought in 2012 through a Wayne County auction.

We’re grateful that the 5,300-square-foot, seven-bedroom home and its many Arts and Crafts details have been saved. Take a look at the impressive foyer with its wood paneling and coffered ceilings. Or the living room, which has an amazing fireplace lined with yellow-, brown-, and gold-glazed Pewabic tiles.

New owners may, however, want to update the kitchen with new countertops and appliances.

Take a look at the photos and see for yourself. 211 Arden Park Boulevard is listed with Evan Weber of Max Broock Realtors for $499,000.

All the walls in the foyer have rectangular wood panels. The ceiling has coffered wood and there’s a large rug mostly covering the floor.
The foyer is covered in wood paneling.
Fire of the golden brown fireplace with two old sofas facing each other.
The living room has a Pewabic-tile fireplace.
The dining room has a a tiled fireplace, wood panelling, and a ceiling medallion.
The formal dining room has another fireplace.
The kitchen has wood cabinets, laminate countertops, and a tiles floor with circular design.
The kitchen and a peek into the butler’s pantry.
A view onto a small red love seat and drapes hanging over the long windows.
Second-floor landing facing leaded-glass windows.
A bedroom suite with a small bed and two chairs facing a roll-top desk and bathroom. There’s drapes over the windows near the bed.
One of seven bedrooms.