The 1914 mansion was designed by Detroit architect C. Howard Crane
This 5,600-square-foot home on a half acre of land in Indian Village holds all that we love in a historic homes: stately curb appeal, great living spaces, a backyard oasis, and a grand staircase.
But this house has added cachet—it belonged to White Stripes legend Jack White until 2007, and the White Stripes album Get Behind Me Satan was recorded on that grand staircase. How’s that for a story to tell your guests?
The 1914 mansion was designed by noted architect C. Howard Crane and has hardwood floors, intricate plasterwork, a grand foyer, a bright sun room, a checkerboard floor in the kitchen, multiple fireplaces, four bedrooms—each with their own bath, and extra living space in the basement.
There’s also a huge backyard on the one-acre estate and a gated drive leads to a two-car garage. We love the light this house gets, especially in the sun room. It’s been well-maintained through the years and has some added updates like a new roof, plumbing, and electrical.
Living like a rock star will take some serious cash: 1741 Seminole Street is being listed by Sotheby’s International Realty for $1,114,000.