This stunning Irving Tobocman-designed masterpiece in West Bloomfield comes with everything inside


When the term “whole shebang” — which is said to have been first used by Civil War soldiers and poet Walt Whitman — we think they may have predicted this stunning property hitting the market. In other words, the whole shebang, you dig?

Built in 1977, this contemporary masterpiece was designed by world-renowned architect Tobocman, who was killed in a car accident in 2017 at the age of 84. Though fully renovated (the listing says it was “taken down to the studs” last year), the home maintains many of the famed architect's design calling cards, like open and airy floorplans, straight lines, use of luxurious materials (Italian porcelain floors, anyone?), and floor-to-ceiling windows.

The 5,191 square-foot home sits on nearly an acre of land and boasts 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and, included in the $3,500,000 sale price is, well, everything. That's right. Not only does the lucky seller score a home with custom Italian closets, a grand foyer with panoramic views of the lake, and a gourmet kitchen, but they get everything inside as the home comes fully furnished including all of the Anton Maka art pieces, custom furniture, lake toys (paddleboards and kayaks), as well as the Restoration Hardware patio furniture. All you have to do is cut the check, ditch your Ikea furniture (R.I.P.) and relax. Well, first you have to actually have $3.5 million, and then you can relax.

This home is listed by Rebecca Sokol of Dobi Real Estate.