Last week we presented 1048 Yorkshire, completed, in 1917, by one of Detroit’s most accomplished architects C. Howard Crane, for Bertrand C. Spitzley, one of Detroit’s more prominent, and successful realtors.
This week we are going to explore one of the lost mansions on Windmill Pointe – number 15444. Completed, in 1951, the 4,712 sq ft property was situated on close to two acres of land overlooking the lake. It was a beautiful five bedroom English Tudor style home, constructed of brick with a slate roof, with delicate limestone detailing on the front elevation.
The interior featured stunning architectural details throughout, in particular the walnut paneling in the living room, reception hall and stairway, along with a walnut beamed…
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