Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. | $1.899 Million
A 1926 Tudor Revival house with five bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half bathrooms, on a one-acre lot
This home was designed by Wallace Frost, an architect responsible for the Michigan Governor’s Mansion and a number of residences in the Detroit suburbs. It is not far from Lake Saint Clair, and several rooms have water views.
Two lakefront parks — Matthew C. Patterson Park and Neff Park — are within a mile of the property. Downtown Detroit is about 20 minutes away. Driving across the Canadian border to Windsor, Ontario, takes about half an hour.
Size: 6,682 square feet
Price per square foot: $284
Indoors: From the brick-walled street entry flanked by stone lions, iron gates open to a long driveway that leads to the house. The front door is up a few steps, behind a stone porch framed by a concrete balustrade.
The foyer is a grand space with high ceilings and a curved flying staircase. To the left is a living room with multiple windows, original woodwork and access to a sunroom with three large, arched French doors facing the manicured grounds. Also on this side of the house are a powder room and a wood-paneled study with a fireplace.