Dating back to 1874, the historic Henry Glover house has been painstakingly restored to its former glory as a six-unit Brush Park beauty in the Second Empire style. With impeccable attention to detail and a level of fine craftsmanship rarely seen anymore, this spacious three-floor two-bedroom/3.5-bathroom unit with 11-foot ceilings offers the highest-quality everything: pristine red oak flooring; walnut and cherry doors; heated flooring in primary, guest, and lower level bathrooms; recreated incredible walnut unit front entry doors; and an open-plan kitchen with custom cabinetry and Thermador stainless steel appliances. Ample space spans 1,361 square feet over the first and second floors–with an additional 662 square feet in the finished lower level that could be used for an office, studio, or entertainment room. Unit 1 also has a private porch. Walking distance to all three stadiums, the Theater District, Midtown and Downtown; one block from the Qline; and surrounded by bars and restaurants. Common spaces include a dog-washing room and a patio/fire pit. Two Parking spots included One garage spot; one exterior parking spot. NEZ-R has been approved by the State of Michigan. Per the City of Detroits Assessors office The total building taxable value for Unit 1 will be $399 and the, total Land Taxable Value for Unit 1 $13,223. That puts the the total property tax rate at only approximately $1000 per year. Immediate occupancy.
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