In Grosse Pointe Park, you’ll find dozens of grand Tudor Revival homes. One of the grandest just hit the market for $774,900.
Built in 1923 along the historic Windmill Pointe community, this home on Berkshire Road was designed by famed local architect George Haas, who also designed nearby Grosse Pointe South High School.
This home has a lovely brick exterior with arched windows, some made of leaded glass, as well as exposed half-timbering and a beautiful stone front entrance surrounded by patterned brick.
Inside, the home is an almost mansion-sized 5,543 square feet, with ample decorative elements to match its grandeur. The foyer, for example, is covered in wood paneling, has an ornamental stucco ceiling and crown molding, and a staircase that leads to a soaring ceiling and skylight. The living room has a highly decorative fireplace. The dining room is also filled with wood trim. And let’s not forget the all-brick sunroom.
The kitchen and master bathroom have both been updated—the former with new countertops, appliances, cabinets, and backsplash; the latter with tiled floors and walls, and a walk-in glass shower.
905 Berkshire Road is listed for $774,900 with Ian Mason of Premier Property Services.