104 Edmund Place
Detroit, MI 48201
Welcome to 104 Edmund Place in Detroit’s historic Brush Park. This 19th century Victorian mansion contains nine extremely unique condos that offer a wide variety of floor plans, square footage, and price. Six of the units make up the main house (the massive Penthouse takes up the entire third floor!), while three are in the back carriage homes.
These completely renovated spaces feature tons of historical charm, with exposed brick and towering 12-foot ceilings. Each has a bright and open kitchen and living area, with double-pane windows throughout that look into Brush Park. The kitchen features a brand-new, high-end appliance package with new countertops, cabinets, and a glass tile backsplash. The condos include new flooring, in-unit washer/dryer, large closets, and a NEST thermostat. Secure & covered garage spaces are available.
Located in an NEZ-H zone in the heart of Brush Park, residents can easily walk to the QLINE, Little Caesars Arena, and all of Midtown’s cultural, dining, and nightlife conveniences!
Number of Units: 9
Neighborhood: Brush Park
Year Built: 1855 / renovated 2019
Type of Unit: Condominiums
Price Range: $399,000 – $879,000
Fun Fact: This 19th-Century Victorian mansion was first home to lumber baron Lucien Moore and sat abandoned for decades until its renovation!
Name: Matt O’Laughlin
Address: 4417 Second Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201