Canton Twp, MI
4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2247 Sqft, 0.18 Acres
|All Listings||$200,000 - $300,000|
The Smokler Truesdell homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Ford Road and west of Lilley Road in the 48187 zip code. These homes boast an extra large yard and a park right next door. The bright and updated kitchen features custom cabinets, gleaming hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, a spacious breakfast room that opens up to the a large family room with custom mantel and custom built book cases, a warm and cozy brick natural fireplace for those cold winter months, it also has a gorgeous door wall leading to the garden-like patio and large fenced yard for those warm summer nights. The living room has nice large window in front that overlooks the covered front porch and has a nice view of the front yard, offering lots of natural light and opens to the formal dining room creating a great entertaining layout. Custom staircase leads to second floor spacious bedrooms with large closet space and recently painted full bath. The huge master bedroom features a nice size walk in closet, and beautifully updated main bath with Corian counters, double vanity sink, ceramic floors and large shower. The stunning finished basement with egress window can be used as an additional living space or a recreational room. Updated landscaping surrounds these beautiful homes in the highly desirable Plymouth-Canton Schools.
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The Smokler Truesdell homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Ford Road and west of Lilley Road.
On a short walking distance of 0.9 mile via Saltz Road and N Lilley Road is August Chinese Supermarket. This Asian grocery store has been serving the community with high quality products since 2003. Some of the products that can be found in August Chinese Supermarket are rice, beans, noodles and soups, sauces and condiments, tea and herbs, desserts, beverages and ice creams, snacks, frozen seafood and meat products, fresh vegetables and fruits, and kitchen supplies.
Schmidt's Roadside is located 3.0 miles via N Lilley Road. This seasonal market features locally-grown fresh produce, plants, flowers and items that will help customers enjoy fresh vegetables and fruit, as well as maintain a beautiful garden. Schmidt's also serves homemade jams, butters, fresh eggs and milk, a large array of bold and flavorful coffees and teas, bold and fun spices and seasonings, pasta and fresh meats.
The restaurants and fast food chains nearest to the Smokler Truesdell Subdivision are along Ford Road, easily accessible by a short walking distance of 0.5 mile via Saltz Road and N Lilley Road, such as, Chopstick House, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, BD's Mongolian Grill, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, O'Sushi Restaurant, Basement Burger Bar, Panera Bread, Buffalo Wild Wings, Chuck E. Cheese's, Chili's Grill and Bar, and Kabuki House.
Parks define the shape and feel of a city and its neighborhoods. They also function as a conscious tool for revitalization. Accessible by a walking distance of 0.6 mile is Flodin Park. This relaxing park also has pavilions and athletic fields which can be reserved for a fee. The park also offers other amenities like baseball/softball diamond, basketball court, nature trail, playground, pond, tennis courts, wetland and woodland. Flodin Park comes with a splash park that is suitable for children who loves playing in the water. The Flodin Park splash park is said to eliminate the need for lifeguards or other supervision, as there is little risk of drowning.
Located 4.1 miles via N Lilley Road is Kellogg Park. This landscaped public plaza features benches & a circular fountain that hosts many community happenings. Kellogg Park also includes other amenities such as picnic tables, basketball hoops, baseball diamonds, soccer nets, grills and swings and play structures. Kellogg Park hosts Music in the Park on Fridays and a wide variety of other special events like Art in the Park and the Plymouth Fall Festival. Kellogg Park is at the center of the downtown creating the feel of historic town square. The park is the ideal setting for summer concerts and festivals while providing a place for people to relax and take in all that the community offers. Surrounding the park is the downtown filled with over 75 specialty shops including fine jewelers, boutiques, art galleries, antiques stores, candy shops and many other great venues. The dining options range from high-end fine restaurants to unique little bistros to bars and outdoor cafes
Many shoppers go the mall not knowing what they are going to get. And that’s the point. It’s exciting—finding that special gift, discovering the famous designer brand is on sale, seeing the latest fashion.
The Canton retail market includes retailers such as IKEA, Kohl’s, Target, Lowe’s, Meijer, DSW, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Marshall’s, JCP, Home Depot, Sam’s Club and Walmart along within many other national retailers that are situated along Ford Road. Located 2.2 miles via Ford Road is Canton Corners, an open shopping center center that has high visibility and offers multiple ingress and egress and sits in an location within a major retail corridor. Cigar hut, The UPS Store, Road Runner Sports, TC Gators, Fireside Hearth & Home, Hobby Lobby, HomeGoods, BuyBuy Baby, Red Wings Shoes, Gold Sells, Comic City and Signarama are some of the retail stores found inside the Canton Corners.
Kohl’s, 1.7 miles via Ford Road, is a department store retail chain that was founded in 1962. 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.
In an increasingly digital world, we see the role of libraries as community and cultural centers at times undervalued, and occasionally under fire. When shrinking municipal budgets combine with the nonstop technological revolution, public library services that focus on building community face-to-face, inspiring and educating patrons about art, literature, and music, and helping patrons engage in civil discourse can seem quaint. But it is precisely those shrinking budgets and the onslaught of technologically mediated life that make public libraries’ cultural and community offerings more important than ever. The Plymouth Historical Museum, located 4.8 miles via N Lilley Road, features 26,000 square feet of exhibits, a gift shop, and an archives and research library. This museum also features a late 19th-century Victorian recreation of Main Street, tracing the growth of the small town from the railroad depot to the general store. The largest Lincoln collection in the state of Michigan is housed in a separate room off of Main Street. And a Timeline of Plymouth is the newest permanent exhibit, featuring displays on the Daisy Air Rifle, Ford Village Industries, the Alter Motor Car, World War II, communication history, and much more.
The Smokler Truesdell homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Ford Road, west of Lilley Road and 5.9 miles northwest of Interstate 275.
Located 8.2 miles via N Lilley Road and Michigan Avenue is Willow Run Airport, that serves freight, corporate, and general aviation. No major airlines schedule flights to Willow Run due to its proximity to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport. This airport opened in 1942, "Willow Run" was synonymous with the American industrial effort that contributed so much to Allied victory in World War II. Operated by the Ford Motor Company, the Willow Run manufacturing plant produced a total of 8,685 B-24 Liberator heavy bombers, completed and in kit form, before closure in April 1945; Willow Run produced more Liberators than either plant owned by the plane's designer, Consolidated Aircraft. Today the Yankee Air Museum, in one of the airport hangars, has a large collection of vintage aircraft.
Plymouth - Canton School District governs the students who reside in the Smokler Truesdell Subdivision. The District includes 26 schools and serves more than 19,300 students in grades PK through 12.
Eriksson Elementary School is located 0.4 mile via Saltz Road and has 526 students in grades PK and K-5. The school follows the core curriculum standards and benchmarks established by the State of Michigan for elementary school students. The school offers a wide variety of special programs and services namely, Literacy Interventionists for students K-2 and Title I, Resource Room for special education students, speech support, English Language Learners program, a School Psychologist, School Social Worker, a Counselor, a Media Center, and a computer lab. The student/teacher ratio at Eriksson Elementary School is 16.9, which is the 6th best among 15 elementary schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District.
Located 3.7 miles via N Lilley Road and Warren Road is Tonda Elementary School, a public school that serves more than 450 students in grades PK-5. According to state standards, 71% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2014, Tonda Elementary School ranked better than 78.7% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 10th among 15 ranked elementary schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District.
Schoolhouse Montessori, 2.2 miles via N Lilley Road and S Haggerty Road, is a private, Montessori school that serves almost 200 students in grades PK-6 and has 5 different curriculum such as Language Arts Curriculum that focuses on the students reading, writing and grammar. Mathematics Curriculum teaches students to master the skills of all four operations (both simple and complex) at an abstract level. They work with decimals, multiples and fractions using Montessori materials and use the bead cabinet to explore powers and square root concepts. History Curriculum bases the study on the timeline of life and of man. Students study great civilizations of the past, the present United States history, and the great state of Michigan. By diversifying the study of history children study in depth the needs of people in different time periods, as they relate to them and society as a whole. Nature and Science Curriculum, the study of science covers the life, physical, and earth sciences. Students study, learn and practice the scientific process and become more adept at planning and presenting projects through scientific research. Lastly, additional subjects namely, foreign language, music (including with recorders), art and physical education. Students also learn basic computer functions, keyboarding and are introduced to Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Plymouth Scholars Charter Academy is a public charter and college preparatory school, located 7.5 miles via Ann Arbor Road. The school enrolls 564 students in grades kindergarten through 8th grade. Founded on academic excellence, moral focus, parental partnership, and student responsibility, Plymouth Scholars is a school like no other – one that can lead to a lifetime of success. The exceptional teachers individualize instruction based on the child’s needs. In addition they focus on real-world skills and how to be a good person. The students also draft a social contract that reinforces their commitment to their school, their teacher, and each other. In its second year of competition, Plymouth Scholars Charter Academy brought home a state championship title at the Academic Games Super Tournament in Grand Rapids. Thirty-five students joined the team this year to compete in three of the competition categories: On-Words, On-Sets, and Equation Games. The categories are also broken down by division level with elementary, minor, and middle school players. Plymouth Scholars elementary team won the state title in the On-Words category, a game that challenges students to enhance their vocabulary and spelling speed.
Pioneer Middle School is one of five middle schools in the Plymouth-Canton community school district, located 4.9 miles via N Lilley Road and Ann Arbor Road. There are 866 students enrolled, and extracurricular sports activities are offered. In 2014, Pioneer Middle School ranked better than 93.6% of middle schools in Michigan. It also ranked 4th among 5 ranked middle schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District. The student/teacher ratio at Pioneer Middle School is 20.7.
Starkweather Academy has 248 students in grades 9-12. Starkweather Academy promotes lifelong learning by offering a comprehensive educational program which addresses individual goals and prepares students to become contributing members of society. Starkweather Academy, located 4.0 miles via N Lilley Road and Joy Road, is a public alternative school. Alternative schools are public schools that offer nontraditional education for students whose needs cannot be met in a regular, special education, or vocational school. While alternative schools are distinct from regular, special education, and vocational schools in their teaching approach or classroom environment, they can provide similar services and/or curriculum for students.
Salem High School is one of the three public secondary schools that encompasses the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, located 4.5 miles via N Lilley Road and Joy Road. Salem High School has more than 2,000 students from grades 9-12. Students have the opportunity to run a restaurant (the Rock Cafe in Salem), work in a preschool, produce a news program that airs during school three times a week, work in an auto shop, be involved in either of the two theatre groups, and work in one of the Park's three school stores. The Salem High School offers band, orchestra, and choir courses, ranging from beginners to pre-professional. The school has a writing center, and a math lab, which offers free tutoring service for students' writing, and additional help for students' math respectively.
Earning a college degree is all about opening up opportunities in life. It prepares an individual, both intellectually and socially, for their career and adult life.
Wayne County Community College has a 117-acre western campus located 6.6 miles via S Haggerty Road. The College was established in 1967 by the Legislature of the State of Michigan, and its initial seven-member Board of Trustees was elected the following year. The first operating budget was based on a $1,000,000 grant from the State of Michigan, as well as a $300,000 stipend from New Detroit, Inc., and anticipated student tuition payments at that time. Wayne County Community College District has a variety of course programs that will go towards an Associate’s Degree, or a College Certificate, namely, Accounting, Bio-Medical, Business Administration, Business Analytics, Video and Web Design, Computer Systems, Digital Photography, Electrical Engineering Technology, Logistics Management, and Nursing.
Located 9.6 miles via I-275 N is Northwood University. This is a private university that offers the following programs: Bachelor of Business Administration degree with majors in: Accounting, Advertising & Marketing, Aftermarket Management, Automotive Marketing & Management, Computer Information Management, Economics, Entertainment, Sport & Promotion Management, Entrepreneurship, Fashion Marketing & Management, Finance, Health Care Management, Hospitality Management, Innovation Marketing & Management, Insurance Risk Management, International Business, Management, Marketing, Management Information Systems, and Operations & Supply Chain Management. Students also take part in the NCAA Division II athletics, club sports, and intramural activities. There is an active Greek Life that participates in Rush Week, Greek Week, and local volunteer projects. Watch for fun and entertaining events to come from the many clubs and organizations, and tons of parties and activities sponsored by Student Services.
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