Wow! This would be amazing to own! This Ford Motor Company waterfront estate was built to be used as a venue for Ford executives and their families. The home was built in 1939. It is located on 1.77 acres in Grosse Ile, Michigan. The home features two boat slips, wrap around porch, crown moulding, large updated kitchen and an ornate fireplace. There is a barn on the property. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 10,439 square feet. $799,999 New price: $749,000
Contact Kimberly Draper with River Oaks Realty: 734-249-3290
From the Zillow listing:
Ford Waterfront Estate, built by Ford Motor Company for an entertainment venue for executives and/or families. This magnificent estate enjoys an exclusive waterfront location that promises tranquility and breathtaking views. Every day brings the gift of spectacular sunsets. Step inside and be captivated by the exquisite interiors. Gold leaf koi and dragons adorn the ceilings, adding an artistic touch to the grandeur. Vaulted ceilings create an expansive atmosphere, while the mahogany-paneled library, complete with a natural fireplace, offers a cozy retreat for quiet moments. This home is an entertainer’s dream; Host gatherings in style in the large living room and formal dining room. The wrap-around deck extends your living space outdoors, perfect for alfresco dining or savoring the tranquil surroundings. This is waterfront bliss, with easy access to boats with 2 indoor boat wells (60ft and 80ft) , world-class fishing becomes a part of your daily routine. For those with a passion for horses, the on-site horse barn provides a sanctuary for these majestic creatures. Whether you’re an experienced equestrian or simply appreciate their grace, this amenity is a rare find. The Ford Waterfront Estate isn’t just a property; it’s an extraordinary journey through time, offering a rare blend of luxury, security, and historical significance. This waterfront paradise is ready to become a part of your story. Schedule a viewing today and step into the legacy of the Ford family and American automotive history.
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