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Immense Arts and Crafts mansion in Indian Village seeks $599K

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The 5,300-square-foot home also comes with a carriage house

A long home with brick first floor and cedar shake siding over the second story. Photos courtesy of Tom Ball, Real Estate One

An impressive and substantial home in Indian Village desperately needs an owner. The Arts and Crafts residence on Iroquois Street has been on the market, on and off, since 2018 when it first listed for $850,000.

Perhaps its size intimidates potential buyers. Not only is the home 5,300 square feet and six bedrooms, but it sits on a corner lot and comes with a carriage house. The cedar shake siding, which covers the second and third stories, is perhaps more than we’ve ever seen on a home.

But still, the Varney and Winter–designed mansion from 1912 is undoubtedly a gem. Note the columned entrance on the brick and stone porch, mullioned and leaded glass windows, decorative wall trim, enormous living room with coffered ceilings, dining room with sumptuous wood paneling and batten molding, sunrooms on the first and second floor, and many other lovely details. Recent upgrades include a new kitchen and roof.

As we mentioned, there’s also a one-bedroom carriage house above a three-car garage.

Will you be the one to finally buy this home? 1517 Iroquois Street is listed for $599,000 with Tom Ball and Alex D’Avanzo of Real Estate One.

A long and empty room with hardwood floors. The walls are painted a light yellow with white-painted wood trim.
The home’s huge living room comes has coffered ceilings and built-ins around the fireplace.
The dining room walls are covered in wood paneling.
The butler’s pantry and kitchen were recently updated.
Second story landing. Wall panels have borders of white trim.
There’s decorative wall molding throughout the house.
A square, empty room. Each wall has windows.
The home is well-lit from its many windows.
A view of the length of the home and a small, uncovered brick porch. There’s a sun room for each floor.
The main entrance on the side of the house.