It's the former house of Motown legend Berry Gordy. Located in the city's Boston Edison district, it's known as the Motown Mansion and its influence stems from the Italian Renaissance.
Standing the test of time, the manor was built in 1929. It sits on 2.2 acres of land, is 10,500 even has a pool house that's bigger than most other houses.
Behind its stained glass windows and black walnut paneled walls are 10 bedrooms, five full and four half baths, a library and a your own personal bowling alley.
The living space features wood floors and has an adjacent sun room with five French doors, tiled and carpeted flooring and a hand-crafted fountain. The kitchen is newly renovated with granite counters, ceramic flooring and a granite inlay.
Anyone interested in a tour can schedule a private tour.
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