One of Flint’s Magnificent Historic Mansions Can Be Yours for Under $500K
When it comes to historic neighborhoods in Michigan, it’s hard to beat the area known as the College Cultural Area in Flint. The elegant architecture has kept the homes some of the most sought-after in the area for years, and now you can call one of them home.
I have always admired this particular mansion on Woodlawn Park because of its stately appearance. Built in 1929 by renowned Detroit-area architect William Henry Kuni the estate comes complete with all of the original blueprints. Kuni was known for his designs of some of the finest homes in the Detroit area Palmer Woods, Sherwood Forest, Grosse Pointe, and the Hill Historic District-Huntington Woods as well as the Alpena Courthouse.
The 4200 square foot estate is beyond stunning inside. Details have been a priority for the current owners throughout the 6 bedroom, 5 bathroom home. The stately brick Tudor features an Italian marble fireplace, red-oak hardwood flooring throughout the first floor, and the original birch wood paneling in the library and dining room. Inside you will also find the original full-thickness slate roof, lead glass windows, as well as gorgeous Italian quarry tile in the sunroom, and terrazzo flooring in the basement.
Although updates and upgrades have been done, the architectural integrity has been preserved making this home truly a piece of Flint history. We're loving both the grand staircase as well as the charming private staircase to the second-level maid's quarters that gives off complete aristocratic vibes.
The grounds are equally beautiful with the half acres of property including a stamped concrete walkway and relaxing backyard patio overlooking meticulous landscaping.
Here's the best part of this historic estate...it's for sale. Not only is it on the market, but it's also on the market for $495,000. Take a look inside below!
One of Flint's Magnificent Historic Mansions Can Be Yours for Under $500K
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