1830 BALMORAL Drive

1830 BALMORAL Drive

Detroit, Michigan 48203

7 Beds | 5.20 Baths | 10325 sq.ft. | Built 1922 | Residential

Active $1,650,000

Built in 1922 for Charles B. Van Dusen, president of the S. S. Kresge Corporation, this French Gothic Revival is one of the most breathtaking estates in Detroit. The exterior has a fascinating curved brick fa├žade, stunning limestone carvings, a solarium and slate roof. Inside, the first floor is Architectural Digest-ready with outstanding tiled floors, wood paneling, a coffered ceiling with painted details, glass pane doors, countless fireplaces and built-ins. The second floor has eight bedrooms and five full baths. The third floor is the party floor with a billiards room and a grand ballroom. On the extensive grounds, the former carriage house has been converted into a four-car garage with a two-bedroom apartment on the second level. Make this home your summer oasis!

Essential Information

MLS#2220016125 | Neighborhood: PALMER WOODS SUB - NEZ | School District: Detroit | County: Wayne

Property Features

Architecture: 3 Story | Heating: Steam | Fireplace: Yes | Garage: Yes | #Garage/Parking Spaces: 4 Car | Interior Features: Security Alarm (owned) | Sewer: Sewer-Sanitary | Directions: 7 Mile to Woodston, to Wellesley Drive to Balmoral Drive

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