A ‘Castle’ in Downtown Detroit? Royal Living Awaits for $1.2 Million: Look
Ever feel you were destined to live like royalty? Feel like the royal life is calling your name? You won't have far to travel to channel your inner regal vibe. There's a castle for sale in Detroit and it's as magnificent as you imagine.
The 'royal' home, on the market for $1.2 million, is surrounded by history in the Indian Village area. Known as the Austin Morey House, it was designed by renowned architect Louis Kamper, and built in 1906. Kamper was also the mastermind behind the Book-Cadillac Hotel, Book Tower, and Broderick Tower. The Romanesque Revival is pure elegance at its finest throughout the homes over 7,000 square feet.
Inside you will find meticulously detailed design. There are 7 bedrooms with 4 full and 3 half baths located in the main house. The carriage house, with over 1,800 square feet of living space, houses an additional 3 bedrooms. Because a castle is always something unique and special, the main house is filled with breathtaking features.
The music room will blow your mind with a 20-foot muraled domed ceiling and painted windows. According to the listing, the home boasts hand-hewn woodwork, hand-painted decorative ceilings, marble mosaics, and custom hand-cut beveled glass throughout. Each room reminds you that this home is truly one of a kind a Detroit treasure.
Not to be outdone, the grounds are just as spectacular. The landscaped property there is a fenced backyard with a stunning tranquil fish pond and areas perfectly suited for any Lord or Lady to relax.
Take a look inside this historic stunner below.
Inside Historic $1.2 Million Detroit Castle