A residence once part of one of the grandest mansions in Michigan is now for sale.
Across the street from the famous Ford house, this property, also designed by Kahn in 1930, sits on 1.15 acres of fairly secluded land. There’s some lovely landscaping and a fire pit in the backyard near the attached two-car garage.
Though made of brick and not stone typical of architecture in the Cotswolds, this home does have a varied roof line and delightful little dormer windows made of leaded glass.
The 2,114-square-foot, two-bedroom interior got a significant remodel in 2018. In particular, the home has a brand new kitchen with modern appliances, farmhouse sink, subway tile backsplash, and floating wood shelves. It still has the original hardwood floors, rustic wood-fired fireplace, and wide arched entryways between rooms.