c.1927 Tudor Revival by Architect Henry F. Stanton in Grosse Pointe Farms Reduced to $1.35M
$1,350,000 | Built c.1927 | 6 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 8,625 Sq. Ft. | 0.78 Acres
330 Provencal Road, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan, United States, 48236
An elegant brick Tudor Revival on a private road overlooking the Country Club of Detroit has been reduced to $1,350,000 $1,499,000. The 8,600 square foot home was designed by architect Henry F. Stanton and built c.1927 for James Taylor, his wife Pamela and their four children. Stanton, known for his elegant brickwork, towering chimneys and ornate detailing, created a residence of great beauty and class that has been lovingly maintained and upgraded in recent years. Sitting on a lush 0.78 acre property, the mansion features a gracious entry hall with grand staircase, a panelled library with fireplace and large formal and informal rooms strategically placed throughout the main floor including a substantial 32-foot long living room with a carved limestone fireplace. The formal dining room is large enough to accommodate at least eight guests while an elegant conservatory is framed by a thick brick arch. There are a total of six fireplaces throughout the home with window seats in five rooms. There are six bedrooms, five full and one half bathrooms with an additional two bedrooms and a bathroom in a 1,300 square foot carriage house over the three-car garage. It’s on the market for $1,350,000 $1,499,000 with Alex Chapman of Signature Sotheby’s International Realty.