When we say "Would you pay $7 million..." we mean if money were no object. Even though this unfinished home in Bloomfield Hills is a work in progress, it still comes with a hefty price tag.

Take a look at this gem (or, soon-to-be gem) that is situated adjacent to the Bloomfield Hills Country Club. Construction is expected to be completed in the summer of 2024.

Obviously, only a small segment of the home-buying community will be able to afford such a house, and the listing even refers to it as a "private retreat in Bloomfield Hills' most exclusive enclave" and notes that it's situated in a tranquil cul-de-sac with no through traffic.

What's Special About This Home?

According to the listing which has only been active for a few weeks, this house features six bedroom suites - each with its own bathroom. There are a total of eight bathrooms and the bathroom in the primary suite features a steam shower, soaking tub, and heated floors.

Who doesn't need a built-in coffee maker and a temperature-controlled wine room?

And of course, there's a pool with an attached spa and a four-car heated garage.

There Will Always Be Buyers

Builder Arya Afrakhteh tells Crain's Detroit Business that he's not concerned about finding a buyer even in today's climate.

"I'm a firm believer that if you do it right, there's always going to be a customer out there that's looking for it," he said. "No matter what the economy is or no matter what the timing is."

The home is being listed by Dan A Gutfreund of Signature Sotheby's International Realty Bham.

$7 Million Michigan Mansion is Still Under Construction

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We've included a couple of mockups of what the home in Bloomfield Hills could look like when it's finished.

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