A nice mixture of original features and smart updates.
Many of the twelve homes were in the historic neighborhoods of Palmer Woods and Indian Village.
The 6,000-square-foot mansion on the Detroit River listed in July this year.
Say Bawitda-bye to the Detroit Cowboy.
At this price point, we find condos in Midtown and a fixer-upper in the Joseph Berry Subdivision.
This lovely brick home has six bedrooms and plenty of Pewabic tiling.
This updated 1926 home has three bedrooms and a landscaped yard.
This three-bedroom home is loaded with character.
A few noteworthy homes that have recently gone off the market.
This week, we found a Midtown loft, an Art Center townhouse, and two large homes in historic neighborhoods.
This 1923 Tudor has Pewabic tiling, French doors, a landscaped yard, and curb appeal.
This former bed & breakfast is back on the market for $285,000.
This massive house in the Joseph Berry Subdivision is listing for $240K. But the renovation costs could be huge.
From West Village to Woodbridge to the Joseph Berry Subdivision, here’s what we found in the $800 range for rent this week.
From University District to Midtown to Sherwood Forest to the Joseph Berry Subdivision, here’s what you can get for under $300,000 in Detroit.