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For $489K, a charming Indian Village colonial with patio and pergola

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The four-bed, 3,129-square-foot home was built in 1921

Photos courtesy of the Winans Homes

Sometimes a home has everything one could want. This Indian Village brick colonial, designed by the Detroit firm of Herman and Simons in 1921, is just such a house.

At four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,129 square feet, the home is great for a big family. It’s also got an open kitchen design, two-car garage, third-floor family room, and nice historic details throughout.

Our favorite feature, however, is the outdoor patio and lounge area with vine-covered pergola. A flagstone walkway leads to an ample yard with a fire pit.

It also looks to be in great condition—the realtor says that the house has been fully restored. Lots of features are updated or new including the main staircase, bathrooms, fireplace, windows, crown molding, and more.

2460 Seminole Street in Indian Village can be yours for $489,000.