October 20, 2022

$1.5 million Detroit home near Manoogian Mansion has been newly restored

A home located down the street from Detroit’s Manoogian Mansion in the Historic Joseph Berry Subdivision has just hit the market. 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. For the past 17 months it underwent renovations that a dramatic entryway, chef’s kitchen, new landscaping, and a primary suite. The sellers are asking nearly $1.5 million, but you can see it yourself during an open house planned for noon-3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22.

The home is listed by Nika & Co.

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Detroit home built by architect Robert O. Derrick has been newly restored
Nika & Co.
Detroit home built by architect Robert O. Derrick has been newly restored
Nika & Co.
Detroit home built by architect Robert O. Derrick has been newly restored
Nika & Co.
Detroit home built by architect Robert O. Derrick has been newly restored
Nika & Co.
Detroit home built by architect Robert O. Derrick has been newly restored
Nika & Co.
Detroit home built by architect Robert O. Derrick has been newly restored
Nika & Co.
Detroit home built by architect Robert O. Derrick has been newly restored
Nika & Co.
Detroit home built by architect Robert O. Derrick has been newly restored
Nika & Co.
Detroit home built by architect Robert O. Derrick has been newly restored
Nika & Co.
Detroit home built by architect Robert O. Derrick has been newly restored
Nika & Co.