If you’ve lived in Michigan any length of time you’ve likely been influenced by the Celani Family whether knowingly or not. The Celani family is involved in many aspects of Michigan life, from Ann Arbor to Livonia, to Northville and Bloomfield (where he lives in this Michigan Mansion). He’s the “owner” of Farmington Hills-based MotorCity Harley-Davidson and Bloomfield Hills-based MotorCity Power Sports, the “president and CEO” of Novi-based Luna Entertainment, the “proprietor” of TC Vineyards Inc., the Celani Family Vineyards in Napa Valley. He’s also an investor in a theater chain, a land developer in Arizona and Colorado, and a casino management consultant. That’s just his professional resume.
Founded in 1978 by Tom’s father, Hearts of Livonia, is a nonprofit that raises money for advanced life-support equipment at Livonia’s St. Mary Mercy Hospital. The Celani family also contributes to scholarships including more than 160 college scholarships for Livonia students, as well as the Rochester-based Sweet Dreams Project, Oakland Child Abuse and Neglect Council, and the Rainbow Make-a-Wish Foundation in Oakland County. Finally, they are also benefactors to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Michigan Opera Theatre.
With all that being said, who knows what’s in store for the Celani family as the move and have listed their home for sale. Located at 2600 Turtle Lake, Bloomfield Hills 48302, complete with lake access on 7.5 acres. This sprawling 15,000 sqft Detroit mansion features a garage for every bedroom (6) and 8.5 bathroom. Built in 1926, this Bloomfield mansion is a classic home that is iconic of Turtle Lake in Bloomfield Hills, Mi. All of this is priced right under $10 million.
The big question is where will Tom Celani go after selling this Michigan Mansion? Will he retire to Michigan, just elsewhere? Or will he move to Florida, like many do from the north. If I was a betting man I might say he’d retire to California, to be in the heart of wine country.
If you were to put 30% down on this Michigan Mansion, you’d have a mansion sized mortgage of over $30,000 a month. You can add on top of that a $730 HOA monthly fee.
So whether you like looking at celebrity homes or just understanding the luxury real estate market, this is a notable home for sale not just in Michigan, but in the country. With a price tag of under $10 million it may not be the most luxurious real estate in the US, but it does represent the kind of home that is the epitome of luxury real estate. It sure is one of those homes that makes every real estate agent want to get into Luxury!