Living at this historic Detroit Golf Club home built in 1927 with 5,623 square feet could be close to living on a bed of rose pedals. With six bedrooms and 4.5 baths on 0.58 acres of land this home is selling for $975,000.

The Queen of Soul

The “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin’s “Rose Estate” is a magnificent home that is filled with investor potential. Built in 1927, this 5,623-square-foot mansion is in the back of the seventh hole of the Detroit Golf Club.

Detroit Golf Club

The centerpiece of the home is a 32-foot-by-17-foot great room with an arched ceiling and a rose-colored crystal chandelier. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a part of Detroit History, sitting on the Detroit Golf course and formerly owned by the Queen of Soul herself. The first floor is completed with a formal dining room, library, family room, kitchen and breakfast room.

The solarium with stone-arched walls overlooks the terrace and golf course. The central staircase leads to a master suite on the north side with master bedroom, 25-foot-by-16-foot master bath, dressing room, two more bedrooms and bath. Two large bedrooms on the south side are connected with a beautifully tiled bathroom. The all-brick home has a slate roof, ornate copper gutters and three-car garage.

This home requires major renovation. Proof of funds is required prior to all showings. For more information call Arlita Harvey at Alite Realty, (313) 458-8404.


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