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    Beautiful historic homes surround the 36-hole Donald Ross designed Detroit Golf Course.

  • Detroit Golf Club

    Our backyards: the historic 36-hole Detroit Golf Course.

About

Detroit Golf Club Homes is a neighborhood of 126 distinct and architecturally unique homes that surrounds the beautiful and historic Detroit Golf Club, consisting of two 18-hole courses designed by Donald Ross and a 78,000 square foot Albert Kahn classic clubhouse.

History

Detroit Golf Club Homes was conceived in 1913 when the then Board of the Detroit Golf Club (DGC) purchased properties from Horace Rackham and Senator Thomas Palmer, extending the existing property west to what is now Fairway Drive, north to Seven Mile and East to Hamilton Road.

DGC Homeowners Association

The Detroit Golf Club Homeowners’ Association (“DGCHOA” or “Association”) is a Michigan Nonprofit Corporation comprised of persons who own property and/or homes on one of the five streets bordering the historic Detroit Golf Club.

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Homes

Beautiful historic homes surround the 36-hole Donald Ross designed Detroit Golf Course.

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Modern style three-floor home with reinforced concrete and steel

1936 Louis Rappoport and Elisabeth (Bessie) Kramer

This modern style house built in reinforced concrete and steel has three floors, five bedrooms, four and one-half bathrooms and a dumbwaiter going from the lower level all the way to the flat roof that was extensively used for parties.

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Architect, Harold Varner

Contemporary-style home

Beautiful historic homes surround the 36-hole Donald Ross designed Detroit Golf Course.

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