” This home is too huge for one person alone,” Detroit restaurateur Ron Bartell informs the Free Press about his five-bedroom Palmer Woods house. His household resides in California, so the previous NFL gamer out his 2nd house on the marketplace 3 weeks ago for $1.1 million.
He’ll try to find a smaller sized Detroit base in Midtown, realty freelancer Judy Rose composes at the Freep in her weekly “Home Envy” function.
Bartell, a Renaissance High graduate who turns 39 on Feb. 22, was a Lions cornerback in 2012-13 at the end of an eight-year professional football profession.
In 2015, he opened Kuzzo’s Chicken and Waffles on Livernois Opportunity, 2 miles west of your house he purchased in 2018. In 2020, he began Kahn Marijuana Co. dispensary in the Russell Industrial Center north of downtown. Rose explains other company visions:
This spring he prepares to open a 2nd dining establishment called Petty Money near downtown, and he’s associated with other advancement jobs on the city’s north end of Livernois.
The 5,075-square-foot home for sale dates to 1965 and is 3 blocks west of Woodward Opportunity, simply north of 7 mile. It has stained-glass door panels, a two-story atrium foyer and 4 complete restrooms. The representative, Miranda Morrow of National Real Estate Centers in Northville, explains it as a “timeless California modern estate in among Detroit’s finest areas.”
Her listing has 53 images, consisting of these 8: