Kensington Farms Neighborhood
Kensington Farms is a beautiful community of older Ann Arbor homes off of Packard.
Kensington Farms is conveniently located on the south-east side of Ann Arbor just west of Platt and south of Washtenaw Avenue. This community of single family homes contains properties that were generally constructed in the 1950’s and 1960’s mainly in the ranch style. Living here means that you have a well-proportioned family home that is positioned on a decently sized residential lot with plenty of mature planting in the front and backyard. If you enjoy the great outdoors, you will love that the north end of the neighborhood backs onto the wooded County Farm Park!
Living in Kensington Farms means that you have plenty of local amenities close by, like shopping at Arborland, Whole Foods, Trader Joes as well easy access to major trunk roads making the entire metro Ann Arbor area accessible within just a few minutes!
Parents will be delighted to know that their children in Kensington Farms Subdivision, Ann Arbor, MI attend acclaimed Ann Arbor Schools including Allen Elementary, Scarlett Middle School and Pioneer High School. Don’t delay, call us today to find out more about Kensington Farms Neighborhood in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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Ann Arbor offers fun and entertainment like Zingerman’s Deli, in Kerrytown, and the Kerrytown Farmers Market. Purchase fresh produce at Plum Market. Shop the Mall just off State Street near I-94 at Briarwood. Purchase a unique gift or get year-round gardening tips at Downtown Home and Garden? For other specialty items visit nearby Morgan and York and watch the video.
Have a memorable day at a University of Michigan football game or Basketball game at Crysler Arena. Drive to Veteran’s Park for figure or hockey skating and outdoors for baseball, sledding, swimming. During July, visit the world famous Ann Arbor Arts Fairs.
For education or the arts check in at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum for some great family fun! Tour the U of M campus, Medical Center. Take your picture and push the interactive art by artist Tony Rosenthal’s “Endover” the Cube off State Street in the courtyard north of the Michigan Union. Be sure to Visit Hill Auditorium! Take in a show at the beautiful Michigan Theatre or Power Center on central campus in Ann Arbor.
Ann Arbor is a great place to live – convenient to Detroit Metro Airport, which is approximately a 30-minute drive from Ann Arbor. If you prefer a trip on the train use the Amtrak Station off Depot Street.