Welcome to 1348 Cambridge next door neighbor to the Michigan governors home, built in 1926 and designed by Architect Harold Childs known today as ''The Potter House'' though it's much more than just a prohibition era mansion. This 6 bedroom Mansion built during prohibition boasts a secret 2000 sq ft ballroom, with fireplace, professional recording studio often used for concerts. The owners suite includes a nearly 600 sq ft bedroom spacious closets, large bathroom with original tile work and fixtures and attached sun room/office. The other 5 bedrooms are generously sized with either private or Jack and Jill bathrooms. Upon entering the main door to the home you find yourself in the wood paneled reception hall which can double as a dining space for large dinner parties easily accommodating 30 plus people. A Jacobean staircase leads to the second floor. The first floor include a handsome library, large dining room, eat in kitchen with large pantry, coat room, den, large wet bar and Billard room (originally built as a private chapel). The living room is large, boasting soaring beamed and muraled ceilings, fire place, with an attached sun parlor. The sun parlor includes beautiful tile work, fire place, built in book shelves, even a hidden faucet for watering plants. There is hidden storage on every level, a carryover from it's prohibition days. There is a spacious finished basement currently used as office space, with a workout area and sauna. Attached Carriage house contains a 3 car garage and Valets quarters. The gardens are immaculately maintained with a cascading water feature and covered outdoor dining space. This mansion was built to industrial standards, made to stand the test of time. The Potter Mansion has many original restored architectural elements while still being a home of the modern era with many mechanical updates including electrical and central air. A home of this grandeur and scale would cost nearly 20 million to reproduce today. Call today to schedule your private showing......listing agent must be present at all showings."
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