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Two units in converted Brush Park mansion sell for $530K

The rebuilt Lucien Moore Home was recently made into nine luxury condos

A huge brick mansion with yellow wood accents around the windows. There’s a large mansard roof in the center of the facade.
The Lucien Moore Home at 104 Edmund Place.
Photos by NextDoor

Two condos in a historic Brush Park mansion have sold for $530,000 each.

Formerly the Lucien Moore Home, the 11,602-square-foot mansion on Edmund Place was built in 1885. While it fell into disrepair over the decades, it was rebuilt in the mid-2000s and converted into apartments. In August 2017, a Grand Blanc-area optometrist purchased it for $2.65 million and continued to make upgrades.

It’s now called the Edmund and consists of nine luxury condos, two of which sold last week. Both have two bedrooms and bathrooms, some exposed brick walls, and relatively open floor plans like a kitchen with a passthrough to the dining room. Almost everything in the home is new.

One is 1,250 square feet and originally listed for $584,900. The other is 1,182 square feet and listed for $549,000. The selling agent for all the units is Matt O’Laughlin of Alexander Real Estate Detroit.

The mansion itself is a prime example of Victorian architecture mixed with Gothic elements. The home has a gorgeous brick exterior with some nice stone accents around the windows, and a characteristic mansard roof.

Read more about the development and see additional photos here.