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Benjamin Siegel Mansion

This grand 13,000 sq ft. mansion was built in 1915 for department store founder Benjamin Siegel.

Designed by Albert Kahn, this home is just one of the many architectural beauties to be found in the Boston-Edison district of Detroit.

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