Take a look inside some of Detroit's most beautiful mansions built by notable architects in historic neighborhoods.
Own a piece of Motown this October 12-14. The Motown Mansion will holding an estate sale and auction.
The 11-bedroom stone house is full of baseball history.
The biennial fundraiser benefits the Junior League of Detroit.
The house, which was raided during the ‘67 rebellion, listed earlier this spring as a total rehab. It sold for $230,000.
This house has an indoor pool surrounded by Astroturf and it’s back on the market at a lower price.
This gorgeous house has a Pewabic tile foyer, a grand staircase, and five bedrooms.
This elegant 7,300-square-foot mansion on a huge lot has been maintained through the years. It’s back on the market after being sold last summer.
The Inn, which was carefully restored by its previous owners, boasts 11 bedrooms in a Victorian Mansion. It has been on the market for years.
Your chance to tour the biggest home in Boston Edison this season, plus more holiday home tours.
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Built in 1932 for Louise Webber, niece of JL Hudson, this mansion is a great example of Detroit area architecture and design. It’s listed for $1.97 million.
This 6,000-square-foot home has changed hands a lot in the past few years. Now it’s gotten some needed upgrades. Will it find the right owner?
This beautiful house has six bedrooms, lots of woodwork, sun rooms, and a fabulous kitchen. It also comes with a fully renovated carriage house.
This 9,290-square-foot home, built in 1909, listed for a massive $890,000 after an extensive remodel. It sold in 11 days for $850,000.
This historic estate, which sits on 2.2 acres in the Boston Edison neighborhood, includes a 10,500-square-foot residence, a 4,000-square-foot athletic building, and a 1,000-square-foot carriage house.
The 139-year-old building, vacant for 40 years, will be renovated into 27 apartments with small retail space.
Clocking in just under 18,000 square feet, the mansion is the largest home in the Historic Boston Edison District. Property highlights include a private chapel, prohibition liquor vault, and a very serious restoration underway.