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Craftsman charmer in Indian Village asks $399K

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This home from 1913 is a real beauty

Photos by Wolf VR

Because of restrictions placed on selling during the coronavirus pandemic, not many homes are hitting the market in Detroit these days. But one in Indian Village that recently listed is a real charmer.

The craftsman cottage on Seminole Street was designed in 1913 by active local firm Varney & Winter. The brick and stucco exterior has some gorgeous green-painted eaves above the porch and a dormer window with cedar shake.

The craftsman elements really come alive in the 2,376-square-foot, five-bedroom interior. For example, wood enriches every facet of the living room: the coffered ceiling, trim, floors, fireplace mantel, and built-in shelves. The dining room has even more batten and crown molding. And the sunroom has a tile floor with decorative inlay tiles.

There’s also a finished third floor, detached two-car garage, and a sizable yard with a little stone patio.

Other Indian Village homes may be bigger or more opulent, but few are so delightful. 2444 Seminole Street is listed for $399,000 with Erica Collica of Max Broock Realtors.

The living room is steeped in rich wood trim.
More trim in the dining room.
A view of the foyer and stairway.
The sunroom looks out onto the backyard.
A room on the second floor.
A view of the backyard and two-car garage.

Indian Village

, , MI 48214