It has been published on the cover of magazines.
Franklin’s custom built traditional style home is located at 31145 Woodside Drive near 13 Mile Road between Inkster Road and Franklin Road. The over 5,000 square foot home has 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and 3 half baths.
With an asking price of $3,495,000, the home, built in 2015, is listed by John Apap, Principal and Realtor of the Apap Realty Group-Signature Sotheby’s International Realty in Birmingham.
The home has graced the covers of Traditional Home and Better Home and Gardens magazines, according to Mary Clare Apap, Marketing Director of Apap Realty Group. She added that Troy-based architectural firm Martini Sammartino Design Group designed the home, while renowned New York-based interior designer Cory Damen Jenkins created its exterior. rice field.
You can easily see the quality that made it popular on magazine covers. First, there are high ceilings, paneled walls, elegant woodwork, and fine wooden floors.
Additionally, its grand foyer welcomes visitors through oversized French doors, paneling, and herringbone wood floors. The great room boasts 20 foot ceilings, 3 RH chandeliers and ornate custom wood beams. It also overlooks the backyard with patio and swimming pool.
The gourmet kitchen features custom cabinets, an Ann Sachs backsplash, and a walk-in pantry.
There is also a study with a domed ceiling, wet bar, and fireplace.
The master bedroom has a sitting area, fireplace, coffee/wet bar and Feiss chandelier. Bathrooms have Curry and Co. chandeliers, Virginia tile floors, vanities, and spa showers.
Downstairs is a partially completed walkout basement with mudroom and bathroom.
“And the owners are happy to sell their furnished homes,” said Apap. “It’s perfect.”
She said the home is perfect for entertaining because of its “north-facing feel and fully open layout with a pool and walk-out basement.”
“And it’s also a ranch, so it’s perfect for people who don’t want to climb stairs.”
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