Nestled in historic Brush Park, known as Little Paris in the 19th century, this stunning loft will immerse you in the city’s past while keeping you just steps from its future. Centrally located between Downtown, Midtown and Eastern Market, you'll be in the heart of the city with amazing bars, restaurants, cafes and venues just outside your door. The design-focused space featuring a 400 square foot private terrace overlooking the downtown skyline makes the loft perfect for a romantic getaway for two or a special event.
“I really enjoyed this loft! It was perfect for my quick trip and the deck made for an amazing place to enjoy dinner and a glass of wine. This place lacked nothing that I needed and I would absolutely stay again. May be a bit to maneuver for tall people in the bedroom part of the loft and walking up the first flight of stairs but nothing a simple "duck" can't avoid.”
Welcome to Woodbridge Farm! ...a friendly, spacious & quiet neighborhood, close to all of the happenings in/around Detroit. Enjoy the newly renovated 2nd floor of our 1884 Historic house. The apt is cozy w/ yummy architectural/design details.
“We thoroughly enjoyed our short weekend in Detroit. There were special touches like snacks in the freezer and an homage to the dear Taco the cat. We didn't have the pleasure of meeting Taco during our stay but it is clear that Taco is very loved. I loved the decor and the quaintness of the home on the outside and inside. Check in process was easy. House is very clean, but has a faint cat smell (nothing that you can't live with). It's on a quieter street in Detroit and relatively close to where we needed to be this weekend. The area further away from the home (down the block) has a lot of litter and few abandoned houses in the near area. All in all it was a good time, a great place to stay and we would stay again! Thank you for your hospitality!”
Fresh Gothic-Victorian nearby the Museum of African American History, Wayne State, Third Man Records, Shinola. Sfumato Fragrances NOW OPEN in the garden level, perfume shop and low-key scented cocktail bar (search for the latest Lonely Planet article). Selden Standard across the street. 9 min walk to QLINE (approx 10 min to Downtown on the streetcar). 10 min walk to U of M Ann Arbor shuttle bus. MoGo bike rental 1 block away. Rocket Fiber gigabit internet speed. Sonos controls in wall speakers.
“The spot was exactly what we we needed for a couples weekend trip. Simple, comfortable, clean and convenient. The bike station around the corner was great. We used it to go the Eastern Market, which Mark suggested and we loved, and Belle Isle. The only teeny tiny negative is if you're someone who likes to sleep in like me, the space is very bright in the mornings. We will be coming back soon and definently looking in to Mark's place when we do.”