Jack White's former 5,600-square-foot home on half acre in Indian Village, a historic neighborhood on Detroit's east side, is on the market.

According to Curbed Detroit, the White Stripes album "Get Behind Me Satan" was recorded on the mansion's grand staircase.

The Detroit Free Press reports that White lived in the house in the early 2000s and sold it in 2007.

The 1914 mansion designed by famous Detroit architect C. Howard Crane, who also designed the Fox Theater and Detroit Opera House, is listed by Sotheby’s International Realty for $1,114,000.

According to the listing, the 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom, 2 half bath home boasts three fireplaces; a large sunroom patio, and porch; and a "light filled office, butlers pantry, custom wardrobe and fully functional basement [that] make this home truly one-of-a-kind".