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1. Indian Village This 1914 seven-bedroom home, designed by the architectural firm Chittenden and Kotting, features a large sunroom, a paneled library, and a third-floor ballroom. The house has eight fireplaces and hardwood floors throughout. The manicured grounds include a carriage-house-style two-car garage. $499,900. Ryan Cooley, O’Connor Real Estate, (313) 963-9891

2. Brush Park Built in 1910, this four-bedroom single-family home is located just blocks from Ford Field, the Detroit Opera House, and the Fillmore Detroit. Recently renovated, the house features an open floor plan and hardwood floors. Exterior features include two decks and a garage with an 800-square-foot loft. $430,000. Ryan Cooley, O’Connor Real Estate, (313) 963-9891

3. University District Located one block from the Detroit Golf Club, this six-bedroom brick-and-limestone Tudor has recently been fully renovated. The house has a gourmet kitchen with a breakfast nook, a sunroom, and a master suite with spa-style double showers. $199,900. Nico Krohn, Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel, (248) 644-6300

Steal of the week4. Mohican Regent This three-bedroom brick bungalow, built in 1941, includes a second-floor bedroom suite with its own sitting area. Other features of the house include a living-room fireplace, a formal dining room with an arched doorway, and a fully finished basement. The fenced lot has a one-car garage and planted flower beds. $49,900. Christopher Dasaro, Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel, (313) 886-4200

5. Palmer Woods Built in 1922, the Van Dusen Mansion features a walnut-paneled central hall with an art-tiled floor. The central hall opens onto a grand living room with a marble fireplace and a dining room with a stenciled-beam ceiling. The house has seven bedrooms, plus two more above its garage. Other features include a billiard room and a paneled library. $750,000. Kenan Bakirci, Max Broock Realtors, (248) 330-8038

6. Boston-Edison Located on a tree-lined boulevard, this stately 1918 manor features elaborate period woodwork, including hand-carved, hand-painted ceilings and striking hardwood floors. The house has five bedrooms, Pewabic-tile fireplaces, a renovated third floor, and a rear patio that looks out on an enclosed yard. $174,900. Ronald Clem, Hall & Hunter-Birmingham, (258) 250-2951

7. Sherwood Forest This 1928 brick Georgian Revival home has hardwood floors throughout, a third-floor in-law suite, and a two-car detached garage. Recent updates include a new kitchen and sprinkler system. $350,000. Robin Barnes, ERA Majestic Realty, (313) 399-9538 

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