Historic Detroit mansion converted into bed and breakfast

May 18, 2022, 10:58 AM

The West Village mansion is on Jefferson at Parker.  (Photo: Google Maps)

After four years of renovations, a historic mansion on Jefferson has been converted to an upscale bed-and-breakfast inn.

The Frederick K. Stearns house was built for a businessman in 1903, the Free Press reports:

(New owners Rachel and Eric Mitchell of Troy) set out to recapture the mansion's original splendor and transform it from an assortment of offices into a one-of-a-kind inn with 10 unique, full bedroom suites.

They plan to officially open June 11 as the Frederick Stearns Historical Inn. Nightly rates could range from about $400 to $600, and include a chef-made breakfast. The couple hasn't disclosed their total spending on the project.

The 16,000-square-foot building now also has a downstairs lounge styled as an English pub and a ballroom for music and dancing.

Read more:  Detroit Free Press

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