The origin stories behind 12 of the city’s best-known neighborhoods.
A recent renovation brought back the original, understated look of the 5,000-square-foot home.
Any car lovers out there looking to buy in Detroit?
Many of the twelve homes were in the historic neighborhoods of Palmer Woods and Indian Village.
With the biggest screened-in porch we’ve ever seen.
The new owners of the French Colonial home look to put in an additional $300,000.
A lot of work has gone into this home from 1925.
This impressive tour is expanding for 2019.
Check out that impressive stucco facade
This one-of-a kind French colonial estate has lots of potential
Our map of the most expensive sales in Detroit for 2018 brings us to Indian Village, Midtown, Brush Park, Corktown, and more.
The house is for sale for the first time in 50 years.
This light-filled 1965 house has a beautiful backyard and a conversation pit in the living room.
This massive five-bedroom home has huge windows, skylights, a beautiful backyard, and custom everything.
This year, we saw three Boston-Edison mansions sell for over $1 million each.
A few noteworthy homes that have recently gone off the market.
This 4,500-square-foot Palmer Woods home was built in the 1950s and looks like a time capsule.
The largest residence in Wayne County is now the most expensive sale in Detroit this year.
The garden at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Turkel House, plus five midcentury homes and lush gardens, will be featured on the July 8-9 tour.
This gorgeous home listed almost a year ago. It has five bedrooms, an updated kitchen, and beautiful original details.
This house has an indoor pool surrounded by Astroturf and it’s back on the market at a lower price.
This Palmer Woods mansion just sold for $700,000.
Our big roundup of sold homes this week features some houses that went on the market last summer.
There’s a lot going on this house.
This gorgeous house has a Pewabic tile foyer, a grand staircase, and five bedrooms.
This big house on a hill has seen so many different prices and some renovations in the past few years. Will someone make it their dream home?
Beautiful restorations and fixer uppers with potential definitely caught our eye this year. Here are ten of our favorites.
December has been a busy month for some houses we’ve featured, including homes in Boston Edison, Palmer Woods, Corktown, and Woodbridge.
Which historic neighborhood should advance? Polls are open for 24 hours.
We saw two big upsets in the first round, as the top two seeds, Lafayette Park and Corktown, were defeated.
How did your favorite house fare on the market? Here are a few we had our eyes on this year.
The first round matchup for best neighborhood is a true old school vs. new school. Polls are open for 24 hours. Which neighborhood should advance to the second round?
From an apartment downtown to a carriage house in Palmer Woods to a townhouse in Islandview, here’s what $1,200 will rent you.
This house sits on a half acre near the Bishop’s Mansion and maintains its original elegance.
This 1927 estate is elegant and grand. Will it find its new owner soon?
Welcome to this week’s edition of Curbed Comparisons. We found rentals in the $1,200 range across the city. Loft? Apartment? House? Which would you choose?
This 4,680-square-foot home is now the least expensive house for sale in this exclusive neighborhood.
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 100-year-old six bedroom home with gorgeous landscaping has been on and off the market for over a year.