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For $320K, an updated condo on the riverfront that resembles an old house inside

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It’s also a roomy 2,380 square feet

A living room with a white couch facing a white fireplace. A painting with beige circles sits on the mantel. There’s a view of clouds and some buildings out the window. Photos by Josh Stockton

Crown molding, ceiling medallions, exposed wood beams, a fireplace, a sunroom. These are features you’d expect to find in a classic Detroit home from the first half of the 20th century. But you can also find them in many of the units at the Indian Village Manor Condos along the east riverfront.

A recently updated unit in the complex just listed for $319,900.

The building itself, built in 1921 just south of West Village, has an attractive brick and stone exterior with some nice details around the frieze and front entrance.

In addition to all the aforementioned house-like features—yes, even a sunroom with tiled floor—there’s plenty of new inside as well. The spacious 2,380-square-foot unit was bought last year and has undergone an extensive renovation. There’s now a custom kitchen with brand new floor, cabinets, countertop, and appliances; new subway-tile bathrooms; new windows; fresh paint; and refinished hardwood floors.

You can also find some quality views from the unit’s sixth-floor perch.

8120 E. Jefferson Avenue #6G is listed with Violetta Vilenchuk of Michigan First Realty for $319,900. The $1,200 a month HOA fee covers all utilities and security.

The kitchen has fresh, white countertops, cabinets, and floors. There’s wood beams on the ceiling.
Dining room has six white leather chairs around a glass table. There’s a fake candle chandelier and a medallion on the white ceiling.
A view into the living room through the entryway.
Master bedroom has a large bed with gray sheets and two lounge chairs.
A sun room with blue wicker chairs and a beige tiled floor. There’s white built-in shelves across from windows.
Front of a brick and stone eight-story building.