2460 Edison StreetDetroit MI 48206
4 Bedrooms | 1.5 Bathrooms | 1,994 Total SqFt
This beautifully renovated brick colonial in Boston Edison Historic District is just waiting for you. Boasting beautifully refinished hardwood flooring throughout, this home maintains the old world charm while amazing the pickiest buyers with the updated modern flare.
Be ready to impress your friends with the spacious first floor featuring glass French doors to the formal dining room, a first floor library adorned with French doors which could be used as a fifth bedroom, a generous wood burning fireplace in the living room and the amazing custom kitchen. Kitchen features ceramic tile flooring, stainless appliances, granite counters and upgraded cabinetry boasting crown molding. Second floor is home to 4 oversized bedrooms and a fully updated bathroom. Shed in back is perfect for lawn equipment and plenty of space is available for a garage to be built for the owner that needs space for their toys, only street parking available. New furnace and much more! Enjoy the tree lined streets and convenient location.
The Boston-Edison Historic District is a historical neighborhood located throughout the geographic heart of Detroit, Michigan. It's composed of over 900 properties built on four east/west streets: West Boston Side street, Chicago Side street, Longfellow Street, and Edison Street, stretching from Woodward Street on the east to Linwood Street on the west. It is among the largest residential historical districts inside the nation. It is surrounded by way of Sacred Middle Number one Seminary to the west, the Arden Park-East Boston Historic District and the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament to the east, and the Atkinson Boulevard Historic District to the south. The district was designated a Michigan State Historic website in 1973 and listed on the National Take a look at in of Historic Places in 1975.
A substantial collection of remarkable Detroiters have lived in the neighborhood. Notable citizens have included laborious work chief Walter P. Reuther, Rabbi Morris Adler, Detroit Tigers Harry Heilmann and Dizzy Trout, Michigan Splendid Courtroom justices Franz C. Kuhn and Henry Butzel, U.S. Advisor Vincent M. Brennan, and Michigan governor Harry Kelly.
Other notable citizens of the neighborhood have included boxer Joe Louis, druggist Sidney Barthwell, Congressman Charles C. Diggs, Jr., Motown document label proprietor Berry Gordy, Detroit Tiger Willie Horton, and dentist and pioneering WCHB radio station owner Wendell F. Cox.
The District boasts the oldest stable neighborhood affiliation throughout the the city, the Historical Boston-Edison Affiliation, which was once primarily based in 1921. The District received historic designation from the Michigan State Historic Preservation Office in 1973, the Detroit Historic District Commission in 1974, and the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.