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For $575K, a beautifully restored, wood-filled Tudor in Boston-Edison

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Also comes with a renovated carriage house

Photos by Marty Medvedik

The wood-filled homes of Boston-Edison are some of the warmest places in Detroit. That’s certainly the case with this Tudor on Chicago Boulevard, built in 1913, that just hit the market for $574,999.

Inside the six-bedroom, 4,416-square-foot home, you’ll find hardwood floors, wood trim around the windows and entryways, wood sitting areas, built-in wood cabinets, coffered ceilings, a “Harry Potter” door under the wood staircase. All of it seems to be in great condition.

That’s because, according to the realtor, the home was bought last year by a group with expertise in home renovation. In addition to restoring the floors, they installed a new kitchen, added a driveway, updated the bathrooms, and more.

The 756-square-foot carriage house above the three-car garage was also retooled. It now has its own separate heating and utilities, and could make for a nice rental apartment. There’s also a large deck and backyard facing the garage.

874 Chicago Boulevard is listed with Gaye Butler of Robinson Realty & Management Group for $574,999.

The foyer and large entryway into the living room.
Dining room with lovely built-in cabinets.
The new kitchen.
Second-floor library.
Two of the six bedrooms come with walk-in closets.
The deck looks out to the garage and carriage house.