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Fisher mansion in Arden Park gets sizable price cut, now under $2M

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This stunning home is $170,000 less expensive

A beautiful stone home with a classical exterior and clay shingled roof. Photos by Barney Nowicki of First Impression Photography

Owning one of the finest homes for sale in Detroit just got a little bit more affordable. The Frederick J. Fisher Mansion is now listed for just under $2 million—a decrease of $170,000 or about 8 percent.

When it first hit the market in July, it was listed for $2.17 million.

The nearly 10,000-square-foot Italian Renaissance home was designed in 1917 by famed Detroit architect George D. Mason for the eldest Fisher Brother. It’s had only a handful of owners since.

The masterpiece has numerous intact original features like the clay shingle roof, limestone exterior, marble floors, woodwork and metalwork, panel paintings on the ceilings and walls, Pewabic tiles, and much more. It seems to have been impressively maintained over the years.

The 24-room house includes a Florida room, library, breakfast room, recreation room, and six bedrooms and bathrooms.

54 Arden Park is listed with Kenan Bakirci of Max Broock Realtors for $1,999,999. Check out some more photos to see the stunning home for yourself.

The front door with metalwork door and limestone columns.
Fireplace with incredible details around the mantel. Above is a painting of a child framed by to columns of carved wood.
A huge, ornamental sitting room with coffered ceiling.
A sunroom with a white and green tiled floor. Wicker chairs sit across from a fireplace which has a painting above its white mantel and columns. Photo by Barney Nowicki of First Impression Photography