Bloomfield Twp, MI
5 Bed, 4.2 Bath, 6000 Sqft, 0.9 Acres
Award winning magnificent Desrosiers estate resting on Island lake with panoramic views from almost every room in the home. From arrival you are immediately greeted with an unmatched custom design starting from the heated Granite driveway. Once you enter the front doors the water views paired with the soaring ceilings and custom woodwork will take your breath away. Huge open concept first level with massive great room opening into the glorious chef's kitchen. The first floor features a terrace off of the kitchen, a huge library with amazing woodwork, and a first floor master suite retreat. The lower level continues the same amazing scene with panoramic views from almost every room on this custom level. Amazing full bar with open family room, custom woodwork, and a huge spa theme featuring a dry sauna and steam room. This is truly your entertainers dream with areas on all levels and a huge private lot to fulfill the most extreme get togethers. This is your year.
Air Cleaner, Cable Available, Central Vacuum, High Spd Internet Avail, Humidifier, Sump Pump, Wet Bar
Bar Fridge, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Freezer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Stove, Washing Machine
Gas, Basement, Family Room, Great Room, Master Bedroom
Property Summary -- LOCHSLEA: Located in Bloomfield Twp in the 48302 zip code, this home was built in 2004 and is 4,923 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms on 0.76 acres. It has been on the market for 314 days with an original listing price of $4,900,000. 1439 Kirkway Rd is part of the Bloomfield Hills School District.
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