November 11, 2022

This Detroit ‘castle’ is for sale – let’s take a look

Sometimes when we see historic Detroit homes for sale, a lot of the home's character has been replaced with white or gray paint and subway tile. That's not the case in this Indian Village home located at 1089 Iroquois St. The home was designed by architect Louis Kamper, who also designed the Book-Cadillac Hotel, Book Tower, and Broderick Tower. The seven-bedroom house has four full bathrooms, three half-bathrooms, and a three bedroom carriage house.

The home is listed at $1.2 million by Kenan Bakirci of KW City.
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This 'castle' in Detroit's Indian Village is for sale – let's take a look
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This 'castle' in Detroit's Indian Village is for sale – let's take a look
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This 'castle' in Detroit's Indian Village is for sale – let's take a look
Screenshot via Realtor
This 'castle' in Detroit's Indian Village is for sale – let's take a look
Screenshot via Realtor
This 'castle' in Detroit's Indian Village is for sale – let's take a look
Screenshot via Realtor
This 'castle' in Detroit's Indian Village is for sale – let's take a look
Screenshot via Realtor
This 'castle' in Detroit's Indian Village is for sale – let's take a look
Screenshot via Realtor
This 'castle' in Detroit's Indian Village is for sale – let's take a look
Screenshot via Realtor
This 'castle' in Detroit's Indian Village is for sale – let's take a look
Screenshot via Realtor
This 'castle' in Detroit's Indian Village is for sale – let's take a look
Screenshot via Realtor