Albert Kahn-designed home in Ann Arbor offers trademark balance and luxury

ANN ARBOR, MI – A home designed by Albert Kahn, the legendary architect who brought buildings like Hill Auditorium, Angell Hall and Burton Memorial Tower to the University of Michigan campus, recently was listed in Ann Arbor.

The home at 2101 Hill Street, which was listed for $2.37 million and is now under contract, features many of the trademark design characteristics Kahn is noted for in his residential, commercial and industrial buildings, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices listing agent Jeffrey Post said.

The 7,100-square-foot classic Georgian Revival home features seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms that showcase the proportion, balance, style and elegance that are found in many of the buildings that made Kahn one of Detroit’s most noted building designers, Post said.

The home, located in the Ann Arbor Hills neighborhood, is MLive’s House of the Week. Homes from across the state are featured every Wednesday.

“When something like this comes along,

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