For Sale in Detroit
New and noteworthy homes and properties hitting the market in Detroit.
This Queen Anne was once owned by J.L. Hudson.
This attractive home has also been recently updated.
Over the last decade, steady work has been done on this home from 1907.
Visitors can see many of the luxury units for sale in Midtown and Brush Park this weekend.
The luxury units in the Carlton Lofts are going for between $402,000 and $542,000.
Just look at these "before" photos.
This sophisticated home also has some impressive landscaping and a koi pond.
This time, for $600,000.
With the biggest screened-in porch we’ve ever seen.
Done by the same couple that specializes in designer renovations.
The award-winning Balogh House, built in 1958, is listed for $750,000.
The units are listed separately for $500,000 and $385,000.
With lovely front and back yards.
The Georgian Revival home was built in 1920 for retailer Otto Kern.
The founders did extensive work on the property after buying it in 2013.
The Lucien Moore Mansion, built in 1885, was barely salvaged in the mid-2000s.
One of the 10 most expensive single-family listings in the city
Comes with not only period elements, but a "steampunk" kitchen.
A bit of investment could go a long way with this one.
Step inside to see a total transformation.
Step inside the 3,176-square-foot home to find a designer’s dream.
You’re gonna wanna see inside this unassuming home.
This home from 1924 has impressive details throughout.
This home brings the outside in.
A lot of work has gone into this home from 1925.
This Grinnell Place unit comes with private rooftop access.
This nearly 8,000-square-foot home from 1917 has some impressive stonework.
This tiny cottage in northwest Detroit was bought from the Detroit Land Bank for $1,000 earlier this year.
It’s a real hole-in-one.
This gem from 1913 just needs a little updating.
The Saint Columba Church and Parish buildings were built in the early 1920s and recently restored.