This Detroit Mansion Comes With A Complimentary 1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud

Detroit’s Gross Point Farms neighborhood is filled with beautiful mansions boasting impressive lakefront views. This 1920s-era all stone home currently for sale in Detroit is pretty standard fare for Gross Point, but unlike the countless other mansions in the area, this one comes with a complimentary Rolls-Royce.

The esteemed buyers of this 6,300 sq. ft., 5 bedroom home will receive the current owner’s modified 1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud with the purchase. Depending on how you feel about vintage luxury cars, that’s either another great part about what is seemingly a fairly solid home, or just a nuisance, as now you have to find a buyer for the old four-door.

Even if a potential buyer doesn’t want the car, it shouldn’t turn them off from the purchase. Almost every home in Grosse Point is impressive, but with huge exterior stone terraces, rare antique touches on the inside and a large open concept kitchen, this house is a standout addition to the neighborhood. It’s also been featured in movies and TV and was originally owned by Marion Dwyer Palms and Charles Palms, the couple that built Detroit’s famed Fillmore theatre.

There’s more info on this opulent stone mansion over at The Detroit Free Press and in the real estate listing.

Photo via The Detroit Free Press

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