101 Chicago Boulevard
Full of history and character, this stunning Boston-Edison Tudor boasts generous room sizes, unmatched taste and rare, beautifully preserved original features throughout. Pristine, historic details include alabaster sconces, wainscoting, crown molding crests, plaster reliefs, dentil molding, box beams, several working fireplaces, and the original (non-working) ice box in the kitchen.
Extensive updates include transforming the third-floor servants quarters into an artist studio with full bath; adding a back deck and privacy fence; replacing kitchen porch; replacing the sewer main from the house to the alley; installing custom wood blinds throughout the house; updating the electric box with 200 amp service and installing a supplemental electric box in the attic. Previous notable homeowners include Frank D. Craig, owner of the O-So-Ezy mop company; Martin Pulcher, founder of Federal Motor Truck Co. and Oakland Motor Car Company; and Dr. David Nothcross, who owned and operated Mercy General Hospital, the first black-owned and -operated proprietary hospital in Detroit.
313 410 8445
313 949 2397