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Refined colonial in Joseph Berry Sub lists for $478K

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A nice mixture of original features and smart updates

A stone walkway with a few steps leads to a two-story colonial with black window shutters and a read front door. Photos by Craig Runt

A gorgeous home, near the water, in one of Detroit’s most sophisticated neighborhoods—what’s not to like? Check out this colonial in the Joseph Berry Subdivision on Detroit’s east side has just hit the market for $479,900.

A lovely stone walkway leads to the attractive brick home with its black window shutters, corner stone accents, and slate roof. Another stone walkway in the backyard leads to a detached garage with surprising charm.

Inside, the 3,000-square-foot, four-bedroom home has gotten a smart, refined renovation. The living room just off the foyer has a large wood fireplace and is covered in wood paneling. The kitchen, redone in 2013, has marble countertops, a farmhouse sink, and an open design for easy passage to the dining room. Speaking of which, that room has some charming built-in corner shelves for crockery. The master bathroom, also recently updated, comes with a walk-in shower and is covered in marble tiles.

Other improvements include new plumbing, electrical, roof single replacements, and more.

345 Lodge Drive is listed for $479,900 with Nicholas Sloney of Century 21 Curran & Oberski.

A couch sits across from a long fireplace with just ashes. Every wall has wood paneling.
The wood-paneled living room.
A wood table surrounded by wood chairs on a Persian carpet. The walls are white. Two built-in shelves have white china plates on them.
Recessed, built-in shelves in the corners of the dining room.
The kitchen has gray cabinets and two big windows above the white kitchen sink.
The updated kitchen comes with marble countertops.
Two wicker chairs and a wicker sofa in a room with a black and white checkered floor and exposed brick around huge windows.
Sunroom on the side of the house.
Two sinks across from a walk-in glass shower and white tub are separated by a half wall, also made of marble.
The updated master bathroom is covered in marble tiles.
Aerial view of the brick home with its gabled roof and small sunroom attached to the back.
Nice view of the back of the house and its slate roof.