This $2.7 million lakefront Minoru Yamasaki-designed home in metro Detroit has an indoor lap pool
What do the building at One Woodward, Wayne State's McGregor Memorial Conference Center, Ruhl's Bakery in Detroit, Temple Beth El in Bloomfield Township, and the original World Trade Center have in common? All were designed by world-renowned architect Minoru Yamasaki, and now you can own one of his properties for a cool $2.7 million.
Located in Orchard Lake Village on the coveted W. Shore Drive, this Mid-Century Modern ranch boasts 3 bed, 3 baths, 5,054 square feet of living space and is situated on a 1.76-acre lot with Orchard Lake frontage. The home, built in 1959, features Yamasaki's subdued sleekness on the outside and an eclectic and tranquil interior with custom wood ceilings and a 42' x 9.5' indoor lap pool.
For a map of Yamasaki's most important work throughout metro Detroit, click here.