MI Dream Home: Grosse Pointe Park estate once owned by architect Gino Rossetti

Jocelynn Brown
The Detroit News

Own a Grosse Pointe Park estate situated on a large lakefront lot, designed and formerly owned by Gino Rossetti, of Rossetti, an architectural design and planning firm in downtown Detroit. 

Clear views of Lake St. Clair can be seen from windows throughout the house, which is located in a private gated area. There are also many decks overlooking the water.

Water sports enthusiasts will have direct access to the lake with a davit for jet skis or a boat hoist. 

Family room with fireplace, large windows and contemporary paneling.

"The home has many architectural details and features that make it special," said Joseph Leto, sales manager for Signature Sotheby's International Realty of Grosse Pointe. "Natural light floods the spaces from many angles. The front roof line is composed of windows allowing for a bright entry and second floor hallway. A rounded skylight allow light into the master bath area. Redwood paneling, both inside and out, create a warm welcoming space.  The cantilevered steel construction provides unobstructed water views from every room in the house."

Located at 15822 Lakeview, this five-bedroom estate is priced at just under 2 million dollars ($1,988,000), and was built in 1977. 

See the listing here.

The home at 15822 Lakeview with two garages.

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