Year Built: 1914
Sq Ft: 1,560
Garage: 2 car detached
Lot Size: 1.39 acres
This land was originally part of the William Smith farm and now rests on the outskirts of the Smith Lincoln Heights subdivision.
Even though this home sits off Inkster Rd, it feels tucked away with the enormous lot size. The porch detail is beautiful. One of the most unique things on the property is a brick fireplace. I’d love to see if the current owners have any information on this!
To give you an idea of what the inside looks like, here are listing photos from 2009/2010. Check out all the detail in the dining room! [Click on an image to enlarge]
The brick on the lower half of the home has been painted blue/gray for about 10 years (that I know of). It was painted white at one time.
We also know from a 1958 funeral notice in the Redford Observer that John A. Munn (last name is a bit hard to read) was living in the house at that time.