1926 Lakefront Tudor For Sale In Leonard Michigan

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1926 Lakefront Tudor For Sale In Leonard Michigan

1926 Lakefront Tudor For Sale In Leonard Michigan

$1,799,900

600 Army Road, Leonard, Michigan, 48367

5.5 baths ¦ 6 beds ¦ 8,244 sq ft ¦ 5.08 acres

Tudor

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Realtor Information:

Leslie Doran ¦ Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel ¦ ldoran@cbwm.com ¦ (248) 365-7686


About This 1926 Lakefront Tudor For Sale In Leonard Michigan

Just North of Booming Metro Detroit! This Estate is filled with history. Built as a summer retreat by Angus Smith, son of Detroit Industrial and Automotive Magnate, Samuel Latta Smith. Christened Shadow Lake and believe to be the work of famed architect Robert O Derrick, this sprawling Estate has hosted the who’s who of Detroit Society from the late 20’s through the 40’s. This home is nestled lakeside on 5 private acres with tranquil lake views from every room.

Enjoy terraces, master retreat, manicured grounds, pool and poolhouse with 2 bars and adjacent Tudor guest house with underground passage. The main house boasts 4 bedrooms,3 full baths and 2 half baths, a west wing master suite with walkin closets and central air. Experience the authenticity of efficient leaded glass windows, hand hewn beams and a hidden wine cellar while enjoying modern amenities such as a Sub Zero refrigerator, AGA enameled stove, eat in kitchen, Jacuzzi, various modern updates and game room. The entire Estate boasts 12,000 square feet of living space when the guest and pool houses are included.


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  1. I used to live in this house, wow so many changes! Did they ever reopen the tunnel in the basement that went to the garage? Just curios.

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