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Frederick J. Fisher Mansion finally sells for $1.85M

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After 192 days, one of Detroit’s most stunning homes is off the market

A beautiful stone home with a classical exterior and clay shingled roof. Photo by Barney Nowicki of First Impression Photography

At last, the Frederick J. Fisher Mansion has found a new owner.

The stunning Italian Renaissance home in Arden Park sold for $1.85 million near the end of January. It had been on the market for 192 days, first listing in July 2019 for $2.17 million. There was one price cut to just under $2 million in November 2019.

The 8,800-square-foot mansion was designed in 1917 by famed Detroit architect George D. Mason for the eldest Fisher Brother. It’s had only a handful of owners since.

The 24-room house has been impressively maintained over the years and contains dozens of original details and period features. There’s the clay shingle roof, limestone exterior, marble floors, woodwork and metalwork, panel paintings on the ceilings and walls, Pewabic tiles, and much much more.

Check out our first piece on the home to read more about it and see photos.