Take a look inside some of Detroit's most beautiful mansions built by notable architects in historic neighborhoods.
Designed by one of the area’s architectural masters, it’s also gotten a thorough update inside
This gorgeous home could use some love.
The rebuilt Lucien Moore Home was recently made into nine luxury condos.
The 5,300-square-foot home also comes with a carriage house.
After 192 days, one of Detroit’s most stunning homes is off the market.
The over 90,000-square-foot campus has been vacant since a Salvation Army facility closed in 2016.
The 6,000-square-foot mansion on the Detroit River listed in July this year.
This stunning home is $170,000 less expensive.
The French Renaissance Revival was bought and renovated by TV personality Keasha Rigsby in 2017.
The historic was home built in 1914 and featured in period magazines.
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.
The Lucien Moore Mansion, built in 1885, was barely salvaged in the mid-2000s.
This nearly 8,000-square-foot home from 1917 has some impressive stonework.
This Georgian Revival home from 1910 has been immaculately maintained.
This Italian Renaissance–style masterpiece was designed by George D. Mason.
This impressive tour is expanding for 2019.
The 1914 mansion was designed by Detroit architect C. Howard Crane
This 17,000-square-foot home has an enviable pool, six bedrooms, multiple kitchens, and many spiral staircases, all for $10,550,000
Our map of the most expensive sales in Detroit for 2018 brings us to Indian Village, Midtown, Brush Park, Corktown, and more.
A variety of homes all on Iroquois Avenue will be open for the annual holiday tour this weekend.
The historic Indian Village house has been transformed after it was vacant for 25 years.
A handsome restoration of this home is one of the draws on this year’s Indian Village holiday home tour.
Tours of the iconic mansion start September 15.
This inside of the house needs some refreshing, but the yard is a total oasis.
The 15,000-square-foot West Village mansion is currently used for offices.
The Junior League of Detroit will host tours April 28 and 29 before designers transform the mansion into the 2018 Designers’ Show House.
Actor Hill Harper will work with coG Studio on the renovation of his 18,000-square-foot home.
The largest residence in Wayne County is now the most expensive sale in Detroit this year.
Get ready for the biggest estate sale of the year, October 12-14. A worldwide auction will also be held Friday, October 13.