22 Webber Place – Historic Grosse Pointe Mansion

22 Webber Place – Historic Grosse Pointe Mansion

We were delighted to photograph this impressive piece of Grosse Pointe history. Build in the 1920’s by architect Leonard B. Willeke (who also designed homes for Ford and Hudson families), this 7-bedroom estate boasts exquisite craftsmanship virtually unknown today. Throughout its 10,000-plus square feet, beautiful details abound – from wonderfully ornate custom woodwork in the library and staircase, to leaded glass windows, gothic archways, detailed friezes and the Pewabic-tiled bathrooms.  The third floor is home to a ballroom that redefines the term “home theatre”.  Here is just a sampling of the many, many photos we took.

This home was the 2012 Junior League of Detroit Designer’s Show House.

22 Webber is listed by Donna O’Keefe from Johnstone & Johnstone.  For complete details and to arrange a tour, please visit Donna’s webpage here.

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

The image below is the butler’s pantry off of the kitchen, a great feature in older homes (and a trend that should return, in my opinion!)

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

All of the bathroom’s in this home feature breathtaking Pewabic Pottery tiles. Absolutely gorgeous!

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

The third floor ballroom features a small stage, with doors on each side that lead to dressing rooms!

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer

Grosse Pointe Real Estate Photographer