The most flamboyant of the seven Fisher brothers, Lawrence Fisher, built his mansion on one of the 46 lots purchased by the Fisher family in the Grayhaven community on the Grayhaven Canal at its eastern entrance to the Detroit River.
Places You Should Consider
Get to know Fisher Mansion
Lawrence wanted to show off his fortune and had the mansion built close to Lake St. Clair with a boat house to house his 106-foot yacht.
Located at 383 Lenox, the cream-colored stucco and red tiled roof, 22,000 square foot mansion cost $2.5 million in 1928. Designed by C. Howard Crane, architect of the Fox Theatre, the home has 50 rooms set in a blend of Italian Renaissance, Moorish and Spanish styles.
Fisher Mansion Photos
News & Articles
Add to My Connections