A home located down the street from Detroit’s Manoogian Mansion in the Historic Joseph Berry Subdivision recently hit the market. originally listed for nearly $1.5 million, the sellers are now asking for about $1.4 million. The 7,538-square-foot early 1900s Tudor Revival home boasts six bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and three stories, and was designed by architect Robert O. Derrick, who also designed the Henry Ford Museum and the Theodore J. Levin U.S. Courthouse, among others. Renovations include a dramatic entryway, chef’s kitchen, new landscaping, and a primary suite.
The home is listed by Nika & Co.