The Michigan housing market is on fire right now. Homes are going for tens of thousands of dollars over the asking price. Potential homebuyers are also willing to offer huge appraisal gaps and in some cases waive their right to an inspection in hopes of landing the house.


Recently a house was listed that is currently the most expensive listing in the state of Michigan. It's located at 1558 Dutton Road, Oakland Twp, MI, and the asking price is $11,500,000.

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What Comes With Michigan's Most Expensive Listing?

According to the listing, the house is situated on 22 acres in Oakland Township. The country estate features hand-carved wooden archways, hand-painted ceiling frescos, and hand-cut stone and gold-leafed accents. You can enjoy international antiquities and fine art - included with the sale - throughout over 20,000 square feet of luxury living. The house was custom built by Vito Anthony Homes between 2000 and 2005, this home is a showcase in old-world European craftsmanship and design by architect Dominick Tringali. The estate is equipped with a live-in suite including a full kitchen, two guest homes with additional garages, a tennis court, a heated conservatory, a covered walkway, and immaculate landscaping. Below three levels of living space, a pool, whirlpool bath, dry sauna, and two half baths can be found just beyond a home theatre, full bar and kitchen, and ample entertainment space on the lower level. There are a total of 118 rooms, 118 windows & 131 doors. A pavilion, porches, balconies, terraces, conservatory, pergola & gazebo. Are you ready to check it out?

Check Out Michigan's Most Expensive Home Listing

Michigan's most expensive home listed is located at 1558 Dutton Road Oakland Twp, MI, and has an asking price of $11,500,000. The house sits on 22 acres of land. The house comes with seven bedrooms, 10 full baths, and 10 half baths. Let's take a look inside Michigan's most expensive home listing.

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