Built in 1921, this Georgian-style brick home has plenty of curb appeal. With nearly 3,400 square feet of living space, the home contains many desirable qualities, such as:
- Large backyard
- Rear porch
- Wood floors
- Arched windows
- Many windows, creating a bright interior
- Eat-in kitchen
- Bathrooms with original tile, bathtub, and sink
Located in the beautiful and historic Boston-Edison neighborhood, the home offers convenient access to a range of amenities, including:
- Restaurants and cafes of New Center
- The M-10 expressway
- Henry Ford Hospital
- Gordon and Voigt Parks
- The future terminus of the M-1 rail
This property is in the local Boston-Edison Historic District. Purchasers will need to obtain approval from the Detroit Historic District Commission for changes affecting the exterior appearance of the property. Please see the attached Historic District Guidelines for more information.
Purchasers should plan on making a range of repairs to the property, and bidders are strongly encouraged to review the attached Inspection/Condition Report for more detail. Please also note that at closing the purchaser will be responsible for paying all properly assessed property taxes not otherwise exempt pursuant to the statutory authority of the Detroit Land Bank.
Finally, please note that any discounts on the purchase (i.e. the city employee discount) will be granted at the time of closing on the sale. The purchaser will be charged $1,000.00 upon winning the bid, regardless of any discounts.