424 Yerkes Street, Northville MI 48167

Posted by Michael Perna on Wednesday, April 13th, 2016 at 10:08am.

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424 Yerkes Street

$274,900|4|2.0
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Property Summary

Charming 4 bed 2 bath home within walking distance to downtown Northville! Spacious kitchen provides granite counters, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances (fridge is negotiable), updated fixtures and lovely neutral floors. Formal dining area has crown molding and is perfect for entertaining with door access to Florida Room. Bright living area offers lots of windows providing natural light and flows into entry mud room. 1st floor master, would also make a great study/office and has full bath attached with granite vanity and soaking claw foot tub. 2nd bedroom on entry level features great built in dresser. 2 additional bedrooms on upper level (1 has walk in  closet) and loft family recreation area including full bath. Property is located on .2 acres and has large fenced in back yard with hot tub. Sellers are willing to look at all offers!!

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  4 Bedrooms   2.0 Baths     Fireplace

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Schools

The property is governed by the Northville School District headquartered in Northville. The district serves Northville, portions of Novi, and sections of Lyon Township and Salem Township. Some areas are near South Lyon. The district operates six elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school and two special education buildings. 

The district serves approximately 6,110 students in its K-12 program, 250 students in its special education program, and 850 in its pre-school/child care programs. 

The schools near the property are:

Elementary Schools:

  • Silver Springs Elementary School (0.7 mile via Doheny Drive)
  • Amerman Elementary School (1.3 miles via E Cady Street and S Center Street)
  • Moraine Elementary School (2.2 miles via Randolph Street and 8 Mile Road)
  • Winchester Elementary School (2.6 miles via Northville Road and 6 Mile Road)
  • Thornton Creek Elementary School (3.2 miles via Taft Road)

Middle Schools:

  • Hillside Middle School (1.1 miles via E Cady Street and S Center Street)
  • Meads Middle School (1.7 miles via Northville Road)

High School:

  • Northville High School (2.2 miles via Sheldon Road and 6 Mile Road)

Neighborhood Info

This property is just at close proximity to shopping centers, grocery stores, recreational parks and restaurants. 

Located 0.9 mile via E Cady Street and S Center Street, Kroger has several sections that grocery shoppers adore, such as Adult Beverage where cocktails, craft beer and great wines are sold, Deli and Bakery where one can find all party platters needs, cakes and Murray's Cheese. Kroger also has Fresh Produce section, Meat and Seafood section, and Natural Foods section. Shoppers prefer Kroger for a lot of reasons but primarily because of the store formats that include supermarkets, superstores, department stores, convenience stores, and mall jewelry stores.

Busch's Fresh Food Market is located 4.3 miles via 6 Mile Road. Busch's products are specifically chosen for exceptional taste and superior ingredients. From local specialty gourmet foods and farm to table produce, to everyday staples, Busch’s delivers only the best. Busch's is the hometown local food market that blends the best of today's freshness and style with the traditional values, personal service and wholesomeness expected from the neighborhood grocer, but seldom find at other supermarkets.

Anand Bazaar is an ethnic grocery store located 4 miles via 6 Mile Road. The store focuses on those who enjoy Middle Eastern, Asian, Indian and Chinese cuisine. The shelves are stocked with groceries that are fresh, canned and dried.

Beyond the basic purpose of restaurants to provide food and drink, restaurants have, historically, fulfilled a human need for connection and shaped social relations. Located 0.4 mile via S Main Street and W 7 Mile Road are Mr Thai, New Wing Hing, Cassel's, Subway, and Northville Crossing Restaurant. 

Parks provide intrinsic environmental, aesthetic, and recreation benefits to cities and also a source of positive economic benefits. Northville Parks & Recreation is a shared service of the City of Northville and the Charter Township of Northville and is overseen by a commission made up of members of the City Council and Township Board of Trustees along with a representative of the Northville Board of Education. 

Fish Hatchery Park is a 17-acre neighborhood park that was once a nationally registered fish hatchery facility. Located 1.1 miles via W 7 Mile Road, the park features two ball diamonds, five tennis courts, picnic pavilion with grills, play structure, pond, nature trail and access to Johnson Creek, a tributary of the Middle Rouge River.

Within walking distance to the charming stores and restaurants of downtown Northville, Ford Field Park, located 0.5 mile via S Griswold Street, can be found adjacent to the historical Mill Race Village and the meandering Middle Rouge River . This six-acre park includes a lighted ball diamond, playground, 1/4 mile asphalt path, picnic tables and areas for gatherings and events.

In addition to a great variety of stores and shopping opportunities in the shopping centers, the sheer number of sales and special offers by mall retailers is unmatched by any other sales environment.

Located 0.7 mile via E Main Street, Northville Square is one of the highlights of Downtown Northville's shopping district. A diverse collection of retailers and plentiful parking make it a can't-miss destination for your next shopping trip. Two of Downtown's favorite restaurants anchor Northville Square, each with their own beautiful patios for warm-weather dining.  A top-quality ice cream shop provides the perfect afternoon or after-dinner treat for a date, special occasion or family outing. In addition to premier retail and restaurant options, Northville Square is home to a number of office suites and service-based businesses.  Health, fitness and wellness businesses thrive throughout the center, as well as technology, media and real estate agencies.  

Kohl’s is a department store retail chain that was founded in 1962. Located 3.1 miles via W 7 Mile Road, it is the second largest department store by retail sales in the United States after Macy's. In 2007 Kohl's began selling a diffusion line from designer Vera Wang called Simply Vera. Since then it has also sold diffusion lines from a number of other high-end designers including Narciso Rodriguez and Peter Som. In 2015, Kohl's opened a test store built around selling only returned, yet still like new clothing, home goods, jewelry and accessories. The store, promptly called Off Aisle by Kohl's, will sell items at a marked down price, and all sales from the store will be final. Kohl's uses a "racetrack" aisle that circles the entire store, a technique borrowed from discount stores.

Laurel Park Place Mall is an enclosed upscale shopping mall, located 4.2 miles via W 7 Mile Road. The mall features over 70 restaurants and stores, with Carson's and Von Maur as anchor stores. Laurel Park Place includes the Phoenix movie theaters, restaurants, a food court, the attached Livonia Marriott Hotel, and an office tower. Other retail stores found inside the Laurel Park Place Mall are J-Trends, LensCrafters, Sleep number, Crazy 8, The Limited, Pro Sport Zone, Easy Spirit, Godiva Chocolatier, White House Black Market, Gap, The Limited, Bath and Body Works, Eddie Bauer, and Sunglass Hut.

Downtown can be a tourist attraction and is the location of a community’s unique businesses and buildings. It is where the arts and culture thrive. 

Tipping Point Theatre is a small theater featuring a season of plays from comedies to dramas, plus acting classes and drama camp.

The history of Northville is alive at the Mill Race Historical Village. Created in 1972 by the Northville Historical Society, the village serves as a focal point for the Northville Community while preserving architectural styles common to the area prior to 1900. The village was built on 12.5 acres of land donated to the City of Northville by the Ford Motor Company. Once the site of a grist mill, the village consists of an inn, blacksmith shop, school, church, gazebo, rustic wooden bridge, a general store, an Interurban station and several homes reminiscent of an era gone by.

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