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The historic estate of Dr. Lee Simpson of Stratton & Hyde Architects was just listed for sale this week. 

The stately brick colonial is surrounded by spacious landscaping in Indian Village, an affluent subdivision on the east side of Detroit, bound on the north and south by Mack and E. Jefferson, and just a short drive from Belle Isle and the downtown area.

Located at 2494 Iroquois, the 4,224-square-foot house features a large foyer, five fireplaces, eight bedrooms and six baths. It also has a private backyard, a garage, two patios, a porch and gated drive.

"In all of the countries and cities I have worked in for my clients, Detroit and surrounding suburbs are the most undervalued," said Nick Asplund of Sotheby's International Realty in Grosse Pointe Farms. "We are just starting to see real international interest and exposure. In my opinion, Detroit is the best 10-year investment you can find. The value and location of this home are a perfect example." 

The home is priced at $439,999. 

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