Nielsen Square Condominiums
Nielsen Square is a luxury condominium development of 62 townhomes in the north side of Ann Arbor. There are two models, the 2 bedroom Sutton boasting 2 bathrooms over 1367 square feet and a one car garage. Or the larger Warwick 2 bedroom 2 bathroom unit with a respectable footprint of 1915 square feet and a 2 car garage where the cars enter 2 deep. A street address to use for mapping is 1181 Freesia Court Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
The Nielsen Square condo development is ideal for a small family, couple or ever popular for Medical Students as the University of Michigan Medical Center and Med School is close by – within walking distance. Also within walking distance is Plymouth Park and Kellogg Eye Center.
Kerrytown is also a short walk away, as is the Ann Arbor Farmers Market as well as Traver Village; it is close to Zingermans Deli and a short drive to Zingermans Bake House!
In addition, pets are allowed by permission and exterior maintenance is provided, including a landscaped central courtyard & gazebo with bar-b-que grill. Better yet the $165.00 association fee includes water, sewer & refuse removal. The development is located in Ann Arbor schools. Residents pay Ann Arbor taxes. This is definitely a development worth seeing!
Hometown Village of Ann Arbor Neighborhood
If you are looking for homes that are move-in ready in a newer community in the metro Ann Arbor area then consider Hometown Village of Ann Arbor.
Constructed back between 2002 and 2004 by Delcor Homes, this 146 unit development with charming architecture is located in south-west Ann Arbor in Scio Township. Living in Hometown Village of Ann Arbor means that you are convenient to so many amenities as well as moments from I-94 and downtown Ann Arbor.
This community is definitely a lifestyle choice as it was constructed with a community feel in mind. The development at Hometown Village is surrounded by protected woodlands as well as walking trails – great for keeping fit and active. The community also features a park in the center of the subdivision which is easily accessible by all residents.
The homes at Hometown Village of Ann Arbor come in three home styles and have seven-floor plans which include European, Eastern Seaboard and Traditional Colonial. Hometown Village of Ann Arbor homes are so detailed in their design that they even feature details such as hipped roofs, cedar-clad appearance siding, flower boxes, shutters, and white picket fences – definitely a slice of the American Dream!
Hometown Village homes are generally large in size and range from just over 1500 square feet to around 2900 square feet. Properties also feature upgrades such as 9-foot ceilings, full basements – many are walk out. In the yard fences are allowed – great for keeping Fido under control.
Living here means that residents pay lower Scio Township taxes but benefit from city utilities such as city water and sewer. Parents will be delighted to know that their children will attend acclaimed Ann Arbor schools.
Hometown Village of Ann Arbor also has an active homeowners association with fees of around $876.
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. Visit the Cupcake Station and Grand Traverse Pie Company for delicious sweets.
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 Rosenthals “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.