104 Edmund Place Detroit, MI 48201

a unique detroit landmark | gorgeous penthouse

OFFERED AT $799,900

104 Edmund Place has a unique story to share. It’s an epic tale of 19th century glory... Read More >

104 Edmund Place has a unique story to share.

It’s an epic tale of 19th century glory, starting out as a custom-made mansion, designed and built in 1885 by Detroit lumber baron, Lucien Moore. Along with the region, the property went through a period of dormancy, and re-emerged 130 years later, in 2005, with a dazzling, nationally publicized comeback, in the form of a massive restoration led by HGTV and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Most recently, it has taken another step forward in its evolution. A modern renovation with trendy updates has been completed, and 104 Edmund Place is now a luxury condominium development on a gracious, campus-like setting, in the heart of Brush Park.

The emphasis of this site is on the elegant, spacious penthouse level residence (Unit 6) that glows with the stunning historic, and modern character of the whole building. The building contains 5 other condominium residences, 4 of which are available for sale now, each unique and full of charisma.

The 104 Edmund Place Penthouse is a light-filled, stately 3 bedroom, 2½ bathroom residence. The master bedroom offers a private retreat with room for large furniture, plus nooks for your yoga mat or a library. The en-suite bath features marble hexagonal floor tile, separate glass-walled shower, and a clawfoot tub. The ceiling profile follows the roof structure, adding interest and coziness to the intimate space.

Living room picture windows look downtown, and at the exciting Brush Park neighborhood. Modern, quality materials have been selected to represent a timeless aesthetic. The classic sensibilities of this home come through in the arched custom windows matching the original Victorian design, the crisp crown molding, wide plank engineered wood flooring, dark espresso kitchen cabinets, and the clean lines of recessed lighting. 

The building exterior resembles a showy, aristocratic Victorian estate because that is what it was built to be. Immaculate, unlike most homes of this vintage, because it has been restored and rebuilt, to mint condition. The interior, and all systems of every condominium unit at 104 Edmund Place are new.

Other perks include a one car private garage is part of the offering with the penthouse listing. Ample guest parking is also available on site. All the condos in this building have the benefit of the Rehab NEZ (property tax abatement) through 2034 that will be conveyed to the new owner.

See Unit 1 listing details (sold)

See Unit 2 | $549,900 | listing details

See Unit 4 | $549,900 | listing details

See Unit 5 | $549,900 | listing details

See Unit 6 | $799,900 | listing details


  • Indoor Garage
  • Bosch Stainless Steel Appliances
  • 13 year of NEZ remaining

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Brush Park is one of Detroit’s original neighborhoods, and although it is only a few short blocks north of Downtown, it was once considered a near suburb, where the elite of the dawning industrial age built their stately Victorian-era homes. It now is a diverse neighborhood in every way. That diversity extends through including the built environment, where the brand new brick and glass townhomes of City Modern stand proudly next to lavishly restored 100-year-old mansions. The walkable, tree-lined streets of Brush Park boast a wide array of restaurants, shops, and entertainment. Also, never miss a game or the big national shows as all major sports arenas are within a short walk from home at 104 Edmund Place.

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