This home from 1913 is a real beauty.
Designed by famed architect C. Howard Crane in the 1910s.
Take another look at these stunning homes in neighborhoods like Indian Village, Arden Park, and Woodbridge.
The 5,300-square-foot home also comes with a carriage house.
Classic exterior, modern interior.
Thinking of renovating your home this year? Here are some resources to get you through it.
Many of the twelve homes were in the historic neighborhoods of Palmer Woods and Indian Village.
Some spectacular homes went up for sale this past year.
With lovely front and back yards.
Comes with not only period elements, but a "steampunk" kitchen.
Designed by notable Detroit architect William H. Vollmer.
Built in 1914 by the prominent Detroit architectural firm Donaldson and Meier
The five-bedroom residence was built in 1915 for prominent Detroit surgeon George E. Fay.
This five-bedroom house has an expansive backyard.
The 1914 mansion was designed by Detroit architect C. Howard Crane
The four-bed, 3,129-square-foot home was built in 1921
The spread dating from 1920 had been used to distill whiskey illicitly.
Our map of the most expensive sales in Detroit for 2018 brings us to Indian Village, Midtown, Brush Park, Corktown, and more.
From historic mansions to thoughtful renovations, here are ten houses that got a lot of attention in 2018.
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.
This house has five bedrooms, an updated kitchen, a front porch, and a fenced backyard.
A handsome restoration of this home is one of the draws on this year’s Indian Village holiday home tour.
This 1905 home has the original blueprints and detailed land records dating back centuries.
A group of neighbors worked with the city and surrounding community to reactivate this green space on the east side.
The city unveiled plans for multiple east side neighborhoods, including affordable housing and improved streetscapes.
One of the most popular tours in Michigan will feature six homes, plus gardens and churches June 9-10.
This elegant 1916 home has five bedrooms, a Koi pond, and a matching birdhouse.
This incredible 1916 home has been restored over the last decade and now belongs to a new family.
This 4,500-square-foot home has four bedrooms, lovely curb appeal, and a carriage house.
This seven-bedroom home in the historic neighborhood has been maintained and updated through the years.
This charming six-bedroom house sits on a double lot.
This week, we found apartments in West Village, Lafayette Park, the North End, and the Lorax House in Woodbridge.
This elegant home has six bedrooms, three and a half baths, a sun room, and a library.
This five-bedroom home has two sun rooms, a commercial kitchen, and an in-ground pool.
This modest Indian Village home was built in the ’60s and has a completely new interior.
This six-bedroom house has updated bathrooms and a new kitchen.
This year, we saw three Boston-Edison mansions sell for over $1 million each.
Last year’s finalists meet again. Which neighborhood should advance to the Final Four?