Stunning midcentury home in Bloomfield Hills asks $900K

Source: Curbed Detroit


One of the most beautiful homes we’ve featured before is back on the market. Designed by Harold Turner—Frank Lloyd Wright’s Master Builder—in 1958, this midcentury gem sits on two acres of lush green land in Bloomfield Hills. The house sold nearly two years ago for $737,500, and the new owner is now moving out of the country. The house is back on the market, with much of the furniture included, for $900,000.

The natural materials used in the home complement the beautiful outdoor surroundings. Inside, find slate floors, pecky cypress beams, granite counters, fireplaces, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a sun room. The house has two bedrooms, with the option for a third. The kitchen includes a nearby wet bar. The living room showcases the surroundings with natural light coming in through the windows. Outside, find plenty of patio space to enjoy nature. The home is a true oasis in a serene setting, about a half hour northwest of Detroit near Cranbrook. It’s listed through Nader Nassif at Bajoka Property Group.

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