Jack White has officially wiped his hands clean of his former hometown of Detroit, MI. (He currently hangs his hat in Nashville, TN.) He has now put his house in the D on the market, the historic 1731 Seminole, with an asking price just under a million dollars: $930,000.00. Not bad for a house he bought the deed for $1 from Richard L. Bradley and Kenneth B. Welsh in 2003.
The house is beautiful and well-maintained (Jack spent a reported $200,000 in restoration/ modification on the house), containing many of the original details of the house. The expansive house features a laundry room, attic, library, sunroom, formal dining room, full dressing room, and a Herring-Hall-Marvin Walk-In Safe. One of the hidden treasures of the abode is a large “secret garden” courtyard with a Koi Pond in the center.
Probably my favorite part of the web site for his house is the image they use for Jack White‘s headshot.
So hang on real estate hounds and voyers, here’s a peek into Jack’s old house:
Jack White’s master bedroom in a tasteful muted brown…
Second floor foyer…
Jack’s all white, red, and black kitchen with cooking island…
The grand staircase and foyer where Get Behind Me Satan was recorded.
For more photos and information, head over to the web site for the house.
Thanks to JWG for the link.