1496 Burns, Detroit

$714,000

3 Beds
2.1 Baths
2,356 Sqft
.24 Acres
2 Garages

This vacant land in Indian Village is ready for your luxury buyer's custom home! Indian Village is renowned for its large, historic homes & impressive architecture. This property represents an opportunity to build a modern version of the same.
Vacant land is listed at $115,000 and is available for purchase separate from any construction contract. Engage your own builder or request a referral. Design shown, represents one option for this vacant parcel, was provided by builder, Joe Ventimiglia. Cost is estimated at $250/SF. Home design must be approved by Detroit's Planning & Development Dept.
This walkable neighborhood is just 3.5 miles from downtown Detroit. Vacant land is rare in this historic district. The beauty of the area attracts thousands to its annual Home and Garden Tour. Read about this active community at the Historic Indian Village website.

Essential Information
MLS® #2200026705
Price$714,000
Bedrooms3
Bathrooms2.10
Full Baths2
Half Baths1
Square Footage2,356
Acres0.24
Year Built2020
TypeResidential
Sub-TypeCountry French
StatusActive
Community Information
Address1496 Burns
SubdivisionPARK
CityDetroit
CountyWayne
StateMI
Zip Code48214
Area

05053-Det Woodward-Mcclellan/So Mack

Amenities
# of Garages2
GaragesDetached
Interior
HeatingForced Air
CoolingCentral Air
FireplaceYes
FireplacesGas, Living Room
Exterior
ExteriorBrick
FoundationBasement
School Information
DistrictDetroit
Office

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Loft Warehouse

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