Couple's rehab of Detroit family home leads to TV show

January 2, 2015 1:06 PM

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A soon-to-premiere cable TV series will spotlight the arc of Detroit's history and its hoped-for resurgence through Christopher Lee's rescue and renovation of a 111-year-old house, once owned by Lee's great-grandfather and lost in the Great Depression.

"American Rehab: Detroit," scheduled to premiere in January on the DIY Nework, came about through an April 2013 Detroit Free Press article that showcased how Lee bought the ancestral family abode in a foreclosure sale for $8,100. With his wife, Amy Feigley-Lee, he slowly restored the 3,500-square-fo...

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