Elegant c.1915 Louis Kamper House in Detroit’s Historic Indian Village for $1.3M
2150 Iroquois Street, Detroit, Michigan, United States, 48214
A historic c.1915 residence on a 0.39 acre property in Detroit’s Indian Village is on the market for $1,300,000. It was designed by Michigan-based architect Louis Kamper as his primary residence, offering more than 7,000 square feet of space with ornate detailing and elegant woodworking. By 1915 architect Louis Kamper was already an established designer with a fair amount of homes and buildings in his portfolio. His personal residence added to the growing list of beautiful architecture that he had designed. Restored by the current owners, interior details include a sweeping marble staircase, marble flooring, a gorgeous loggia with hand-painted ceiling and a wall of windows and an elegant formal living room with panelled walls and c.1880 carved limestone fireplace. The grand staircase leads to a lovely garden room with Juliet balcony and limestone balusters. There is a grand marble hall with access to several master suites while a second staircase provides access to the third floor ballroom and additional bedroom and bathroom. There are a total of six bedrooms, four full and one half bathrooms throughout. The Louis Kamper House sits on a 0.39 acre property with swimming pool and rose gardens. It’s on the market for $1,300,000 with Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel.