A rare opportunity to own an architectural masterpiece. Built by celebrated American architect Wallace Frost in 1926 for Edgar Woodbury Bowen, a Detroit Industrialist. The home is 1 of approximately 40 homes that were designed in Metro Detroit by Frost. After originally serving as Albert Kahn's personal assistant Mr. Frost concentrated on residential projects crafting detailed, light filled homes with elegant woodwork and a mix of Italian, French, and English influences. This stately home sits on a private lane and is situated on nearly 1 acre--plucked right out of the English countryside. Welcome guests through the large stone floored foyer featuring a grand circular staircase that dominates the 1st floor. Gorgeous wood beamed and wood paneled dining room. Impeccably maintained. Newly expanded 600+ sq. ft. master suite boasts a huge sitting room, his & hers bathrooms, and a walk-in closet. A simple 10 minute commute to Downtown Detroit. Central air & an elevator.
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Natural, Basement, Living Room, Master Bedroom
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