This impressive colonial revival is back on the market
This latest listing in the historic Indian Village neighborhood boasts impressive original details with some modern upgrades. The 4,100-square-foot colonial revival sits on a double lot on the corner of Iroquois and Lafayette, with a brick wall on the Lafayette side, garage access from the alley, and an expansive backyard.
The home sold just a few years ago, and had a seller under contract in September last year, but it didn’t go through. It’s back on the market again for $774,900.
The home, designed by Rogers & MacFarlane and dating back to 1899, has five bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, distinctive windows, hardwood floors, a modern kitchen with exposed brick, a private suite on the third floor with an extensive walk-in closet and huge bathroom, a Florida room, multiple fireplaces, and a basement for storage.
It sits close to Jefferson, near Belle Isle, and within walking distance from the businesses in West Village. It’s listed through Matt O’Laughlin at Alexander Real Estate.