This $ 4.3 million home is located in one of Ann Arbor’s most desirable neighborhoods

ANN ARBOR, MI – A cool $ 4.3 million is getting a contemporary take on a mid-century home on one of the largest properties in one of Ann Arbor’s most desirable neighborhoods.

The house at 2225 Belmont Road features mid-century architecture designed by Henry deKoning, one of the 1956 Michigan Stadium architects, as his personal family home. It sits on 2 acres, one of the largest in the Ann Arbor Hills neighborhood.

An expansion of the house in 2016 added 3,600 square feet of usable space, including a glass-walled gym, sauna and steam room, media center connected to a smart home system, an enclosed porch overlooking the backyard, and four more bedrooms .

The mid-century interior has been outfitted with modern conveniences, including Caesarstone quartz counters, custom Shaker cabinets, beamed roof ceilings, and modern appliances.

The original bluestone terrace has been renovated and added a gas fireplace and hot tub outside the master bedroom. A lower level mud room has marble floors, custom lockers, and a dog bath. The 3.5 car garage has two entry doors and access to the landscaped back yard.

The house is jointly listed by real estate agents Lisa Stelter from Reinhart Realtors and Laura Fisher from Howard Hanna Real Estate Services.

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