Bloomfield Hills’ historic Tudor features 2.8 acres and a pool – The Oakland Press
This historic Bloomfield Hills dream home is set on 2.87 acres with mature trees and a large pool and patio area.
The Tudor-style house was built in 1924 by the son of wealthy industrialist George Hammond. “The Hammond House” includes many of the original features of the historic grand family home, including a hidden speakeasy and original leaded glass windows and custom plasterwork, according to the property listing offered by Signature Sotheby’s International Realty.
Without losing its historic charm, the sprawling 11,584 square foot mansion has been fully updated with fine amenities and details.
Luxurious updates include a chef’s dream kitchen with a butler’s pantry, four spacious bedrooms, a screened porch with a fireplace, a world-class spa, a custom exercise room, and bathrooms. additional baths.
The home features a mix of ceramic and hardwood flooring and carpeting, and features fireplaces in multiple rooms.
The spacious chef’s kitchen includes an integrated freezer, gas cooker and fridge, a large wooden kitchen island and dining area.
The formal dining room includes a fireplace and offers views of the wooded property.
The house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and four shower rooms. The master suite has a fireplace and a luxurious bathroom with a modern shower and a whirlpool bath.
Entertainment options are plentiful with the speakeasy, luxurious bar and bespoke home cinema.
The two-story home also includes a 5,215 square foot basement and a four-car garage.
Modern updates include state of the art electrical and plumbing, security system and whole house generator.
Located on Hillwood Drive off Kensington Road, the house enjoys privileges over Lake Vhay.
Address: 1765 Hillwood Drive, Bloomfield Hills
For more information, contact Dan Gutfreund of Signature Sotheby’s International Realty-Birmingham at 248-978-5774 or visit matrix.realcomponline.com/matrix/shared/FJJXk7QRLzHd/1765HILLWOODDrive.