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1906 Mansion For Sale In Detroit Michigan
1089 Iroquois St, Detroit, Michigan, 48214
7 beds ¦ 7 baths ¦ 9,143 sqft ¦ 0.39 acres
Kenan Z Bakirci ¦ KW City ¦ 313-880-1022
About This 1906 Mansion For Sale In Detroit Michigan
Do not be intimidated! This elegant, opulent castle is actually surprisingly cozy, quite intimate and remarkably livable! One of the true gems of Detroit, this Indian Village Romanesque Revival designed by famed architect Louis Kamper may very well be the most unique residential masterpiece in the City. Finished with differing architectural styles throughout the main floor, the home boasts over 7,000 square feet of living space above the partially finished lower level, along with a carriage house with over 1,800 square feet of living space (over & above listing square footage) over the 5+ car garage.
The 6-7 bedrooms with 4 full & 3 half baths in the main house, plus the 3 bedroom carriage house apartment give this property a total of 10 bedrooms. The main house has unique gathering spaces including the opulent 20-foot high Music Room with muraled domed ceiling along with elaborate plaster work and painted windows. Intricate and spectacular finishes throughout include rich hand-hewn woodwork, hand-painted decorative ceilings, marble mosaics, custom hand-cut beveled glass and more…way to much to list! Fenced back yard boasts a tranquil fish pond amidst the lovely natural landscape.
With a 2018 appraised value of $1,150,000.00, this fabulous property is a steal for any buyer…especially the true historic and architectural enthusiast!! Note: Some online (Zillow) information is inaccurate/confusing (referring to carriage house only). Contact KENAN for any questions and to book your showing so this magnificent property could soon be yours!
Photography Credit: TRACEplus Photography LLC
- Status: For Sale
- Style: Mansion
- Location: Michigan
- Price: 1,000,000-2,999,999
- Year: Built 1900 to 1950
- Features: Built-ins / Carriage-Guest House / Murals / Stained Glass Windows