Incomparable! European Country styled estate encompassing 12,000 sqft (approx.) of exceptional living space. Exterior features include hand thrown brick, real stone facades/walkways/porches, cedar beams, 50 year roof w/ copper gutters and wood carriage-styled garage doors. Interior amenities highlight gourmet kitchen(s), stone countertops, hand scrapped teak/oak floors, custom stone/limestone fireplaces, central vac, intercom/sound, home theater and elevator. Multiple bedroom suites include main floor master w/ his & her bath and private oversized office/library loft. Resort style living year round w/ unbelievable indoor pool/spa/sauna/pond featuring state of the art EcoSmarte (chlorine free filtration system). Located on a designated natural beauty road and nestled on a spacious 1.53 acre lot backing to river- truly tranquil setting conveniently located in Farmington Hills. Without a doubt one of the finest homes in Oakland County!!
Cable Available, Central Vacuum, Elevator/Lift, Intercom, Jetted Tub, Security Alarm (owned), Spa/Hot-tub, Sump Pump, Water Softener (owned), Wet Bar, Other
Bar Fridge, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Stove, Washing Machine, Other
Attic Fan, Ceiling Fans 2+, Central Air
Gas, Basement, Dining Room, Great Room, Master Bedroom
Property Summary : Located in Farmington Hills in the 48331 zip code, this home was built in 2007 and is 8,355 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms on 1.53 acres. It has been on the market for 23 days with an original listing price of $2,445,000. 36663 Howard Rd is part of the Farmington School District.
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