Estimate Finished Square Feet 4,831 Sq Ft Above Ground 2,073 Sq Ft Below Ground
With its 1920s design intact, this beautifully preserved Tudor offers classic asymmetric design and a spectacular surprise--a 4-season English conservatory with surrounding views of the well landscaped yard. While living space is generous, the home is warm and enchanting. Its amenities incl original oak exterior doors and stunning curved stairwell in the foyer; old growth oak flooring, built-ins, paneling, trim and moldings; Pewabic tile floors; original though rebuilt multi-paneled french door and windows; ornate living room ceiling and classic Tudor rough hewn beam ceilings in library and dining room; limestone fireplaces; remodeled kitchen; butler's pantry; and conservatory with bluestone floor and open stairwell to the finished lower level's executive office, wine cellar, family rm with bar, and 2 baths. Master bedroom incls sitting area with fireplace and porch. Master closet leads to airing porch. Master bath is a lovely nod from the past. Three addl bedrooms and 2 full baths round out 2nd floor. Attic offers terrific cedar closet and storage. Back yard incls buildable lot; gardens with night lighting; stamped concrete patio with hot tub; paverstone drive all enclosed by a wrought-iron fence with stately limestone columns.
Ann Arbor, the hub of Washtenaw County, is the sixth largest city in Michigan. A lively downtown and charming tree-lined neighborhoods make Ann Arbor an ideal place to live, work, and raise a family.
Known for academic excellence, Ann Arbor Public Schools District is consistently ranked one of the best in the country. Ann Arbor is also home to the University of Michigan, Cleary University, Concordia University and Washtenaw Community College.
You will find a wonderful mix of city advantages and scenic beauty in Ann Arbor. Nicknamed “Tree Town”, Ann Arbor has more than 2,000 acres of tree lined city parks. Ann Arbor provides endless recreation opportunities including trails, golf courses, canoeing, tennis courts, athletic fields and more. One of the most walkable communities in the country, Ann Arbor prides itself on being environmentally friendly with a progressive recycling program and conscious effort to preserve the city’s green space.
While surrounded by all of this natural beauty, you'll also find that Ann Arbor is less than an hour from the big city advantages Detroit, Michigan has to offer. Detroit is home to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, several museums, extraordinary shopping and professional sports team including the Detroit Lions, Pistons, Red Wings and Tigers.
Within a four-hour drive of Ann Arbor are Chicago and Toronto, or take a 25-minute trip to Detroit Metropolitan Airport and the world is at your feet. Amtrak makes several stops daily in Ann Arbor, connecting passengers to over 450 locations across the country.
There is a very broad range of major employers countywide, many of them located in and near Ann Arbor. The University of Michigan, the University of Michigan Health System, and the St. Joseph Mercy Health System are among the area's leading employers. These opportunities allow many of the county's residents to work quite close to home; other residents commute less than an hour to greater Detroit or Lansing.
Whether it's life in a college town that you prefer, or the appeal of a small town conveniently located to a larger urban area, Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County has it all. Come see why our home is well loved by so many!