Gunther Gardens Neighborhood, Saline MI

Gunther Gardens is steeped in local history. The area was originally owned by the Gunther Family, German Immigrants in the early 20th Century who developed a thriving botanical and landscaping business as well as numerous other businesses. They were hit by the Great Depression and lost everything, the land, however, remained lush and the plants and trees teemed with life. In the early 1990’s the land was purchased by a developer and this small subdivision of high-end luxury homes was developed.

Now here is a subdivision with a pretty entrance. Gunther Gardens is accessed by driving or walking across a small bridge over the Saline Creek. For walkers, there are benches for you to stop, sit down and enjoy watching nature!

Gunther Gardens is located off of the Saline Ann Arbor Road in a rural location and contains several three to five bedroom customized and upgraded luxury homes constructed between 1992 and 1994. These great single-family properties are also situated on large 1-2 acre lots. Living in Gunther Gardens means that you benefit from a low Lodi Township Taxes while having a Saline Mailing address. Here is the Gunther Gardens Master Deed, for your review.

Parents will be delighted to know that their children in Gunther Gardens Subdivision, Saline, MI attend acclaimed Saline Schools. Don’t delay, call us today to find out more about Gunther Gardens Neighborhood in Saline, Michigan.

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