Upcoming Open Houses (by neighborhood)

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Sunday, July 12, 2015 |  1pm-5pm
Registration Site:
Calvary United Methodist Church (Hubbell just south of Fenkell) 15050 Hubbell Ave Detroit, MI 48227
Properties Being Shown:

Hubbell-Lyndon

  • 13991 Freeland
  • 14023 Freeland
  • 14072 Freeland
  • 14263 Lauder
  • 14280 Mark Twain
  • 14286 Mark Twain
  • 14320 Freeland
  • 14360 Freeland
  • 14360 Marlowe
  • 14361 Strathmoor
  • 14366 Lauder
  • 14376 Strathmoor
  • 14535 Strathmoor
  • 14539 Robson
  • 14591 Ardmore
  • 14615 Lauder
  • 14633 Robson
  • 14654 Sussex
  • 14657 Lauder
  • 14665 Lauder
  • 14809 Lauder
  • 14820 Strathmoor
  • 14886 Prest
  • 14897 Lauder
  • 14926 Coyle
  • 14953 Prest
  • 14975 Hubbell
  • 15002 Freeland

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