Many major cities have a tradition of spring home tours of notable area residences. Being a part of a home tour can help homes that are for sale get better visibility and can help bring notoriety to the neighborhood.
An English manor-style home built in 1915 is back on the market in Detroit for the first time in more than 30 years. The historic home, known as Stone Hedge, is a rare glimpse in to life in Detroit just after the turn of the century. The lavish home is over 9,000 square feet and has quartersawn oak paneled walls, 11 bedrooms, and nine fireplaces.