100-year-old mansion listed for $735K in Detroit's Indian Village

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DETROIT - A 100-year-old mansion in Detroit's Indian Village has hit the market for $735,000.

The home was listed in January 2016 at $744K, and was decreased to $698K in March 2016, before being taken off the market in April 2016.

The 6-bedroom, 5-bathroom house spans more than 7,300 square feet. Here's more info:

Immaculate Indian Village mansion on rare and beautifully landscaped extra large lot.

Built in 1917 for the sister of Eleanor Ford, this home has been lovingly preserved with attention to historic details alongside updated and luxury modern amenities: tranquil master suite that includes sitting room with fireplace, dressing room, and master bath with clawfoot tub.

A chef's kitchen with original ice box converted to modern day refrigerator and freezer, mahogany wood paneled salon/living room, brightly lit sunroom, walk-in wine cellar, 2 car garage with car lift, and too many extras to list. A truly special and rare estate.

The home is at 2501 Iroqouis in Detroit. More photos below.

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