+ 4 Bedrooms
- 3.5 Baths
- Year Built: 2020
+ Construction: Brick, Stone, Wood
+ Lot: 60 X 206
- Features: Open concept living space, Nine foot ceilings, covered back porch with built-in fireplace, large front and back yard with sprinkler system, two car attached garage, master suite with tray ceilings, walk in closet, double sinks and soaking tub.
+ Price: $839,000
When looking for a home in Grosse Pointe, the market is a bit tight. With not a lot of help from COVID and the hesitation of homeowners to sell at a time when not many are looking, the options are few. That being said, there are some amazing new homes on the market that are catching the eyes of buyers. One such home is on one of my favorite streets in the Pointes. On Washington Boulevard, located in the City Proper, you will find some of the oldest and most charming homes. Most of them are set back with long front yards and have a unique look and feel. Just set off of the main street, Kercheval Avenue which takes you from Provencal to Alter passing through the heart of the Hill to the Village, you will find this new and charming east coast designed home.
Located at 571 Washington, this home has a charming look and feel of new and old combined. Just as you step through the front door, you enter extra large foyer with beautifully stained, 4” planked, oak, hard wood floors with heavy wood doors and top of the line hardware. This beautiful entrance leads into an open concept living space with nine foot ceilings, coffered ceilings, built in lighted shelving, wainscoting and extra large windows. The kitchen boasts Kabinart cabinetry, Kohler fixtures and River Run Quartz countertops. The upstairs is no less amazing with a master suite and tray ceilings, walk in closet and soaking tub.
The home was built by Mulier Construction, Designed by Erik Heiderer and Staged by Donna Gormely.