This $1.39 million Grosse Pointe Park home built by architect Wallace Frost has several selfie-worthy tiled bathrooms — let’s take a tour
They say that the average person spends 92 days in the bathroom during their lifetime. That's a lot of prepping, priming, and, well, you know. This is why we would much rather clip our toenails and scroll through our Twitter feeds in one of the eight gorgeous bathrooms in this $1.39 million estate in Grosse Pointe Park.
OK — so this home built for Detroit industrialist Edgar Woodbury Bowen in 1926 by Albert Kahn's former assistant (and, later, famed architect Wallace Frost) is far more than toilets and tile work. In fact, it's 8,140-square-feet of gorgeous light-filled craftsmanship, including seven bedrooms, a walk-in closet that would make Carrie Bradshaw green with envy, as well as a fitness room with sauna, a multi-use billiards/theater/bar space, and a friggin' elevator. The home has some major English countryside vibes with hints of Italian and French woodwork throughout, amd sits on just under an acre of the meticulously landscaped property so when you're done doing whatever you do in the bathroom, you can stroll the grounds like a boss.
This home is listed by Dino Ricci of Sine & Monaghan Realtors.