There aren’t many homes in the city that look like this. Especially in Corktown, Detroit’s oldest neighborhood, which is filled with modest homes from the first few decades of the 20th century.
But these townhomes, built in the late 1990s, have a very industrial feel. There’s lots of exposed pipe, bricks, as well as wood and steel beams in the 1,453-square-foot units. The basement level has drop ceiling and the paint job is all a utilitarian white, brown, and gray.
The galley kitchen has some nice-looking granite countertops and custom-built cabinetry. And there’s a roof deck that offers excellent views of the surrounding area.
The townhomes are built right into the fabric of Corktown, near the edge of Bagley Street closest to downtown, so it’s a simple walk (or scooter or bike ride) to the dozens of nearby amenities. Though there’s also a shared yard that leads to a detached two-car garage.