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The Mansard Twins, Brush Park, Detroit Wow what beauties. such a shame they are in rough shape. Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Castles, Abandoned Mansions, Old Buildings, Abandoned Places, Detroit Ruins, Abandoned Detroit, Abandoned Property, Detroit Houses

The Mansard Twins, Brush Park, Detroit

287 & 295 Alfred Street, now both houses are mothballed though missing most of their original features. This view in this link was taken in 1976 and shows the one on the right, the G.S. Chandler house appears to be still occupied while 287 is already in bad shape: www.flickr.com/photos/74359763@N02/6722055245/

Guardian Building interior detail, Griswold and Congress Streets, Detroit, (Photo by Michael G. Detroit History, Detroit Art, Detroit Michigan, Amazing Architecture, Art And Architecture, Architecture Details, Bauhaus, Arte Art Deco, Art Nouveau

Wirt Rowland - A Short Biography

"Union Trust" Guardian Building interior detail (1929), Griswold & Congress St. (Photo by Michael G. Smith)

John J Bagley house 1869 The house stood at the corner of Washington and Park, where the Statler Hotel used to stand. This house had the first examples of plate glass used in Michigan. This image is no. 71 from Buildings of Detroit, by W. Old Buildings, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Art Nouveau, Detroit History, Second Empire, Victorian Architecture, Detroit Michigan, Victorian Homes

John J Bagley house 1869

The house stood at the corner of Washington and Park, where the Statler Hotel used to stand. This house had the first examples of plate glass used in Michigan. This image is no. 71 from Buildings of Detroit, by W. Hawkins Ferry.

One of Detroit's Greatest Mansions is Back on the Market - Curbed Detroit - Haus Kredit Abandoned Mansion For Sale, Abandoned Detroit, Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, Old Houses, Detroit Ruins, Old Mansions, Mansions For Sale, Abandoned Mansions

One of Detroit's Greatest Mansions is Back on the Market

One of Detroit's Greatest Mansions is Back on the Market - On the Market - Curbed Detroit

Home of Christopher Mabley at 1105 Woodward Ave, Detroit. Mabley was the founder of Detroit’s first department store in Boeing house in the background. Old Mansions, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Houses, Casa Hotel, American Mansions, Detroit History, Victorian Architecture, Renaissance Architecture

The Boeing House was a stunning mansion in what was once one of the city's most expensive neighborhoods.

Rose Terrace - Grosse Pointe, Michigan - Designed by Horace Trombauer.I should have never been torn down Grosse Pointe Farms, Beautiful Homes, Beautiful Places, American Mansions, Dream Mansion, Old Mansions, Historic Homes, Abandoned Places, Architecture

Rose Terrace II was a private home located on Lakeshore Drive in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan. Built in 1934 by Anna Dodge, widow of automobile pioneer Horace E. Dodge. In 1920, Horace Dodge died, leaving his fortune entirely to his widow, Anna. In 1926, Anna married actor Hugh Dillman. They purchased the nearby Country Club of Detroit & razed both the clubhouse & the Dodge’s original Rose Terrace in 1930. The mansion was finally completed in 1934 at a cost of $4 million.

The Ransom Gillis home in Detroit's Brush Park neighborhood Victorian Architecture, Historical Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Places, Home Renovation Loan, Victorian Homes, Vintage Homes, Old Houses

Detroit Free Press - Breaking news, sports, business, entertainment

Detroit Michigan news - freep.com is the Detroit Free Press. News about Detroit, as well as headlines and stories from around Michigan.

Edsel and Eleanor Ford House (Grosse Pointe Shores, MI) This estate, just northeast of Detroit, was the home of Edsel Ford (Henry’s son) and his wife, Eleanor. Grosse Pointe, Great Places, Beautiful Places, American Mansions, Indoor Swimming Pools, Historic Homes, Play Houses, Abandoned Places, My House

Magnificent Must-See Mansions

This 87-acre estate, just northeast of Detroit, was the home of Edsel Ford (Henry’s son) and his wife, Eleanor. Before her death in 1976, Eleanor stated that the property be used for the “benefit of the public.” Today, visitors can tour the 20,000-square-foot home to see the intimate family photos that take you back to 1927, when the home was built, and beyond, to the home’s heyday in the 1940s. On the grounds, be sure to check out Josephine Ford’s child-sized playhouse, built by her ...

111 Watson Street, The Faulconer House, Brush Park, Detroit Sad to see this once beautiful home falling to ruins . I can only imagine the grand parties and gatherings that were once held in the homes of Brush Park . Detroit Ruins, Abandoned Detroit, Old Buildings, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Old Mansions, Abandoned Mansions, Second Empire, Haunted Places

111 Watson Street, The Faulconer House, Brush Park, Detroit

I took the color shot above in 2001. The place didn't last too long after that. The black and white drawing, bottom left, is from an article published about the house, seen here: www.flickr.com/photos/50788895@N00/6795224221/in/pool-162... The middle picture is from the website, The Fabulous Ruins of Detroit by Lowell Boileau. www.detroityes.com/gild/05bp-roundhouse.htm The third shot is from PlacePromo's 1976 survey. www.placepromo.com/display.php?id=3771&built=&add... Originally the home…

The Ransom Gillis House before The Rehab Addict! Old Buildings, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Beautiful Inside And Out, Beautiful Dream, Beautiful Homes, Historical Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Monster House

Fabulous Ruins Table of Contents

The first online Ruins of Detroit tour from 1997. The Fabulous Ruins of Detroit is a DetroitYES.com Project of Greater Detroit and Windsor

Ruins of Detroit: Before & After Detroit History, Detroit News, Detroit Michigan, Detroit Before And After, Detroit Ruins, Messy Nessy Chic, Old Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, Beautiful Architecture

Ruins of Detroit: Before & After

Chene House, Detroit, 1973-2010 I keep coming back to Detroit. It's bizarre how photogenic the downfall of America’s industrial powerhouse can be. However there's an eerie and unwanted sense of responsibility to be felt when looking through these before & after photographs of Detroit taken in

Sketch by: Mark_Hickey of Greensboro, Georgia Flint Michigan, State Of Michigan, Detroit Michigan, Detroit State, Detroit Art, Historical Architecture, Art And Architecture, Indian Village, Construction Cost

03 Indian Village Historic District/Detroit, MI (2508 Iroquois)

Sketch by: Mark_Hickey of Greensboro, Georgia