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5 Detroit open houses you can tour virtually

View these residences at your leisure from the safety of your home

With “stay-at-home” mandates in effect to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, open houses are no longer taking place. Instead, real estate agents are giving virtual tours via Instagram, Facebook, or YouTube.

Today we bring you five new listings that can be toured virtually, like a lofts in Brush Park and Midtown or a charming Tudor in East English Village.


Photo by Stylish Detroit

Where: 2915 John R Street #212
Specs: 1,587 square feet, two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms
Selling points: If you like loft living, this unit is for you. Originally the Carlton Plaza Hotel, the building was the first hotel commission for famed architect Louis Kamper. In this Brush Park condo, there’s lots of exposed brick and concrete, as well as excellent views of downtown.
Asking price: $484,000
Selling Agent: Nika Jusufi of Nika & Co.
Link to the virtual tour

Photo by Next Door Photos

Where: 444 W. Willis Street #512
Specs: 1,590 square feet, two bedrooms, two bathrooms
Selling points: A bi-level loft right in the heart of Midtown. This unit has a high-ceilinged open floor design, polished concrete floors, and a walkout patio with excellent views.
Asking price: $679,900
Selling Agent: Matt O’Laughlin of Alexander Real Estate Detroit
Link to the virtual tour

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Where: 15 E Kirby Street #204
Specs: 1,660 square feet, two bedrooms, two bathrooms
Selling points: This unit in the historic Park Shelton has gotten a full remodel with a modern kitchen and appliances. The building itself also comes with a fitness center, rooftop terrace, parking, and is in a fantastic location.
Asking price: $409,000
Selling Agent: Liz Tintinalli of Real Estate One
Link to the virtual tour

Photo courtesy Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Loft Warehouse

Where: 1454 Townsend Street #206
Specs: 1,215 square feet, two bedrooms, two bathrooms
Selling points: A highly modern, stylish loft in a redeveloped school built in 1912. The unit has high-end finishes and fixtures, soarings ceilings, and more.
Asking price: $490,000
Selling Agent: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Loft Warehouse
Link to the virtual tour

Photo courtesy of Ian Mason

Where: 6126 Bishop Street
Specs: 1,750, three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms
Selling points: This lovely Tudor-style home in East English Village got some significant renovations in the last year, including all new kitchen and bathrooms.
Asking price: $199,900
Selling Agent: Ian Mason of Premier Property Services
Link to the virtual tour

Park Shelton

15 E Kirby St, Detroit, MI