Snag Detroit Architect Gino Rossetti's Posh Art Moderne Residence For $1.99M
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Snag Detroit Architect Gino Rossetti's Posh Art Moderne Residence For $1.99M

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By Kathryn M.
Located on the shores of serene Lake St. Clair, the 1977 home's asymmetrical layout creates a layered interior full of playful lines, wood paneling, and abundant natural light.

Whether you've fantasized about owning a piece of Detroit history or waking up to the wonderful views of Lake St. Clair, this chic Art Moderne property provides you with the opportunity to have both—and more.

Facing Lake St. Clair, the 1977 home sits on a gated lot in Grosse Pointe Park.

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Designed by renowned Detroit architect Gino Rossetti, the 2,000-square-foot home has also been his private residence since its construction in 1977. Capturing unobstructed views from every window, the house offers five bedrooms, five baths, a custom wine cellar, a swimming pool, and a conversation pit.

Sprawling across 2,000 square feet, the Rossetti-designed residence boasts striking Art Moderne features, such as smooth, rounded wall surfaces, and ample wood paneling.

Known for his sleek, modern designs, Rossetti built this stylish pad in Grosse Pointe Park for easy entertaining. Featuring a wet bar in the family room, as well as multiple decks overlooking the water, the house provides plenty of options for guests. Scroll ahead to take a peek inside the unique home, which is currently on the market for $1,998,000.

Extensive skylights and picture windows invite natural light into the interior.

In the open kitchen, a bold red backsplash delightfully contrasts with the crisp white cabinetry.

Steps away from the kitchen lies the formal dining area, which offers direct access to the outdoors. The main living area is visible due to the split-level floor plan.

The richly textured tongue-and-groove paneling continues into the multi-leveled living room, which looks out onto views of the lake. A cozy conversation pit surrounds the fireplace hearth.

Custom shelving runs along the back half of the living room, providing space to display books and memorabilia. Stairs lead up to a smaller sitting area.

The solarium space is flooded with natural light, while the multiple levels offer varying vantage points of the waterfront. Built in seating provides multiple options for relaxing or enjoying a conversation.

A wood-paneled spiral staircase leads up to the game room—yet another area for entertaining.

A look inside the custom, temperature-controlled wine cellar, which is located on the lower level of the home.

A pool in the back offers a spot to soak up sun and watch the passing boats.


An aerial view of the lakefront home.


The floor plan of 15822 Lakeview Court.

15822 Lakeview Court is currently listed for $1,988,000 by Joseph Leto of Signature Sotheby's International Realty.

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