Michigan architect Wallace Frost designed this house for Detroit industrialist Edgar Bowen in 1926. This 8,140 sq ft Cottage-Style Tudor sits on nearly 1 acre nestled between other 1920’s mansions w/open lawns, lending it an estate-like setting. Flush with Frost flourishes; original slate roof, imposing chimney, bays, coves & arches, stone walls & limestone trim adorn the exterior. The interior is loaded w/stone, fine woodwork, big casement windows & a grand cantilevered circular staircase. Stunning owners’ suite w/dual baths, FP, large sitting room w/closet & large dressing room w/closet. servant’s wing w/service stairs. Elevator runs fr. LL speakeasy to 1500+ sqft 3rd flr in-law suite. 7 of 8 BA w/original art tile. Striking garden room, w/oversized arched, screened French doors open to terrace & grounds. And so much more - even a hidden batpole! This historical gem is in very good condition, recently refurbished but not altered architecturally & is looking for it’s next caretaker.
ASSR'S GROSSE POINTE PARK PLAT NO 1
Cable Available, High Spd Internet Avail, Jetted Tub, Wet Bar, Elevator/Lift, Spa/Hot-tub
Dishwasher, Free-Standing Gas Range, Range Hood, Built-In Refrigerator
Basement, Living Room, Master Bedroom, Natural
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