Kid Rock is selling his massive mansion in Detroit, again. This isn’t the first time the Detroit Cowboy listed this sprawling home on the market.
The musician previously listed the home in July 2019, also for $2.2 million. Additionally, Kid Rock’s putting the place back on the market, and it’s been there since August. While Rock’s purchase price for the home is unknown, it was listed for $465,000 in 2011, less than a year before he bought it.
The 1930 American Colonial house sits on almost an acre of land and is tucked away behind gates. The three-story home is 6,000-square-feet and is one of the only few homes, including the Detroit Mayoral Mansion, that’s located on the Detroit River.
The four floors are filled with patriotic pieces and religious decorative elements. Kid Rock, also know as Robert Richie, adds a few touches of his own to the mansion, like his signature curtain shades and “Hittsville” poster in the basement.
Details on the Kid Rock River Mansion
The details are quite extensive on this 1930 colonial mansion located at 9090 Dwight Street in Detroit, Michigan.
As guests approach the front door, they pass between tall slim columns and stand underneath a double-height porch. Once through the door. the center hall foyer stretched clear through to the back of the house. French doors lead to another double-height porch that’s also flanked by slender square columns
To one side of the foyer is a living room that’s coated in butter-yellow paint. A multi-colored tile fireplace anchors the room and it’s furnished with several different cheetah print pieces. Opposite of this living area, is another living space that is painted in a fiery-red and paired with a matching red table and chairs.
The kitchen is updated with flesh-colored tiles and vintage-inspired cabinets. Stainless steel appliances are also in the kitchen that overlooks the front lawn. On the second floor, there’s the main suite, two en suite guest bedrooms, and a small study with built-in bookshelves.
The second-floor landing contains a door that leads to a carpeted attic with three small bedrooms, a bathroom, and a central lounge. Moreover, the basement features a movie room with black leather lounge chairs, a bar, a professional poker table, and a mural of Ritchie’s Twisted Brown Trucker band.
The outside of the house is white with black shutters, railings, and roof. A two-car garage is attached and heated as well. A custom boathouse rounds out the mansion. It’s complete with jet ski lifts and a deck for entertaining.
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