Gallery: Elmore Leonard's Former Birmingham Home Lists for $1.9 Million

June 03, 2019, 7:47 AM

The late author Elmore Leonard's former Birmingham home on the market for $1,950,000, Curbed Detroit reports.

Photos by Alicia Gbur

The four-bedroom house has six bathrooms.

Sotheby's International Realty in Birmingham describes the property at 420 Suffield Ave.: 

This is a unique opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful homes in Quarton Lake Estates— Birmingham’s most prestigious downtown neighborhood. Designed by Muehlman and Farrar and once the home of award winning author Elmore Leonard, 420 Suffield possesses the most luxuriant details and charm among the rarely available character homes.

Recently renovated in the spirit of preserving the old world character, this 4-bedroom and 6-bath home features exceptional architectural details, elegant materials, and high-end appliances. This character home in the sought after Quarton Lake Estates neighborhood is walking distance to downtown Birmingham, Cranbrook Academy of Art, the Birmingham Country Club and Lincoln Hills Golf Course. Experience the perfect combination of new construction with old world character where no expense was spared during the long and painstaking restoration

Leonard died in 2013 at age 87. 






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