Residence


Introductory Video

Having taken inspiration from the historic campus structures that came before it, the residence at 800 Cranbrook Road is a skillfully designed extension of its environment.  



The Vision

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The Final Product

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Interior Features & Finishes

More than 8,100 square-feet of architectural beauty and craftsmanship throughout first and second floors

More than 3,000 square-feet of additional luxury living throughout the finished lower level

Artistic, multilayered drywall ceiling details throughout the main areas

Five magnificent bedroom suites with walk-in closets featuring custom-crafted, built-in millwork

Soaring 10' ceilings throughout the entire first floor allow for an abundance of natural light

Hand-crafted, tracery ceiling details in the dining room and architectural ceiling detail in the study

Solid 5" walnut flooring throughout first and second floors, some areas with herringbone details

Well-appointed, radiant-heated flooring throughout all en-suite bathrooms and the mudroom

Control4 lighting throughout, in addition to complete pre-wiring for customized installation of smart home technology

Pella Architect Series windows, featuring matte black interior and iron-ore clad exterior

Interior design features include elaborate trim package, Rocky Mountain hardware, natural quartzite, marble, and leathered granite

Chef ’s kitchen cabinetry, layout and design the culmination of Brandywine’s previous award-winning kitchens

Stylish synthesis of hand-selected Visual Comfort lighting fixtures throughout the home

An in-home elevator servicing all levels blends modern convenience with old-world craftsmanship

Cozy living with 2 limestone, wood-burning fireplaces and 2 marble-clad, linear, gas fireplaces

Expansive second-floor, independently-heated bonus room 


Site Plan

The residence is surrounded by a two acre, park-like environment designed by award-winning landscape architect, Michael J. Dul. If using a mobile device, site plan is best viewed in landscape mode.


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1. Residence

2. Driveway

3. Recirculating, Man-made, Limestone Stream with Multiple Falls and a Pond

4. Motor Court

5. Nature Conservatory 1 & 2

6. Original Stone Bridge 1 & 2

7. Waterfall 1, 2, 3 & 4

8. Rouge River

9. Private Island

10. Natural Stone Sculpture

11. Stone Water Well


Exterior Gallery

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Exterior Features

Spectacular estate residence secluded on its own luxurious, two-acre, natural park setting

Over fifty mature, evergreen trees border the property to create privacy 

Formal landscaping includes hundreds of plantings, blending harmoniously with natural features and flora across the entire length of the river

Extensive European cobblestone motor court flanked by custom-created copper gas lanterns

Separate service driveway leads to an attached, oversized, four-car, heated, side-entry garage with reflective epoxy coated flooring

Rouge River meanders along the entire eastern border of the property with four waterfalls

Artisan-created limestone, re-circulating water feature extends along property’s entire southern border

Nature preserve and wildlife refuge situated directly north of the residence

Restored and enhanced original stone foot bridges over the Rouge River and to private island

Exhaustive federal, state and local measures undertaken over several years in order to masterfully create this signature residence whilst simultaneously preserving the property’s natural amenities 


Location Map

Only a short walk away from the residence lies Albert Kahn's renowned Cranbrook House and Gardens, complete with manicured walking paths, carefully fabricated water features, and a variety of tastefully maintained gardens. Beyond the house and gardens lie noted cultural attractions including Cranbrook Art Museum and Cranbrook Institute of Science.Walking distances to local landmarks are detailed below (when using a mobile device, map is best viewed in landscape mode).



1. 800 Cranbrook Road

2. Cranbrook Kingswood Campus (2 min.) 

3. Brookside School (3 min.)

4. Cranbrook House & Gardens (6 min.)

     4a. Japanese Garden

     4b. Sunken Garden

     4c. Reflecting Pool

5. Christ Church (7 min.)

6. St. Dunstan's Theatre (8 min.)

7. Kingswood Lake (9 min.)

8. Kingswood Campus (9-17 min.)

9. Cranbrook Art Museum (20 min.)

10. Cranbrook Institute of Science (21 min.)


Cranbrook Community

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