This Meticulously Restored $585,000 Indian Village Home Just Turned a Century – Let’s Take a Tour | Detroit


Light some candles, grab a cake and get out your party dress because this gorgeous Indian village house just turned 100 years old. Happy Birthday darling.

Built by Harry S. Angell for Henry W. Kammer in 1921, this grand 3,156-square-foot, five-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom brick Colonial Revival has undergone a careful and meticulous restoration that has preserved historic and architectural details unique to the property, with countless custom touches throughout. Boasting three floors, with no basement, the home features original hardwood floors and antique light fixtures. In the living room, a fully restored Pewabic tile fireplace, which required 80 hours of paint stripping to expose the original wood, takes center stage.

As for the kitchen, well, there wasn’t when the current owner moved in (the basement was visible through the floor of what is now the kitchen) and built it with custom made countertops from reclaimed bowling floors and a wolf. Scope. It also includes a dimpled copper sink, a large built-in pantry and a late 18th century hutch.

The dining room features antique bronze Bloodhounds commissioned in honor of Art the Bloodhound who resided at the house from 2015-2019, tiger grain oak paneling and an antique brass spider chandelier.

As for the master bedroom, it has a huge dressing room, you know, for the aforementioned evening dresses, a unique en-suite bathroom with original wall tiles, and like every room in the house, follows a whimsical and emotive color and styling story.

The professionally landscaped backyard (which receives the most magical speckled light when day turns night) has a privacy fence, custom stone patio with a herringbone ring, two porches separate from the lanai and from the kitchen, as well as a garage for two cars with restored restoration. gates and charging station for electric cars.

If only we looked this good at 100…

This home is listed by Moe Siddique of Real Living Great Lakes Real Estate.

Christina A. Kroll