Canton Twp, MI
3 Bed, 1.1 Bath, 2002 Sqft, 0.17 Acres
|All Listings||$200,000 - $300,000|
The Windsor Park homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the north of Warren Road and west of Morton Taylor Road in the 48187 zip code. These homes with a great curb appeal are in the popular Windsor Park Subdivision. Fall in love with the sweeping staircase in the foyer and gleaming hardwood floors in the living room that flows in the kitchen. The gourmet kitchen has tile backsplash, light fixtures, bay windows, ample granite counter tops, solid oak cabinet space and has a nook for casual dining, as well as, a formal dining room for those intimate family dinners. The family room has a lovely brick fireplace making the space warm and inviting. Relax after a tiring day at work in the generously spaced master suite with vaulted ceilings, walk in closet, master bath with separate jetted tub and stand up shower. The other bedrooms all have walk in closets and the full bath features dual vanity sinks to accommodate family needs. The professionally finished lower level has new glass block windows and can possibly be an additional bedroom or can be converted to a man cave, or a recreational room, or a home office. The fenced backyard has a stamped concrete patio and a covered porch for those weekend barbecues with friends. Close proximity from shopping centers, restaurants, and the highly desirable Plymouth-Canton schools.
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The Windsor Park homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the north of Warren Road and west of Morton Taylor Road.
Located 2.8 miles via Sheldon Road is one of the friendliest supermarket that Windsor Park residents enjoy going to known as, Anand Bazaar. This is an ethnic grocery store in Canton Township. 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.
One of the busiest grocery stores is located 2.9 miles via Joy Road, Family Dollar, when it comes to getting value for everyday items for the entire family in an easy to shop, neighborhood location, Family Dollar is the best place to go. For more than 50 years, it is one of the nation’s fastest growing retailers. Family Dollar offers a compelling assortment of merchandise for the whole family ranging from household cleaners to name brand foods, from health and beauty aids to toys, from apparel for every age to home fashions, all for everyday low prices. While shoppers can find many items at $1 or less, most items in the store are priced below $10, which makes shopping fun without stretching the family budget.
Restaurants can be extremely valuable additions to a downtown area, and most of the renowned restaurants along Ford Road are easily accessible to Windsor Park residents, just 1.5 miles via Sheldon Road, such as, Matsu Chan Restaurant, IHOP, Canton China Restaurant, TGI Fridays, Arby's, mexican Fiesta, Sultan's Express, Ichiban Steakhouse, Subway, and Applebee's.
Parks define the shape and feel of a city and its neighborhoods. They also function as a conscious tool for revitalization. Barchester Park, located a mile via Warren Road, is a 10-acre recreation park has exciting amenities like, an athletic field, an inline skate rink, nature trail, playground, trails and woodland.
2.2 miles via Morton Taylor Road N is Flodin Park that comes with a splash park. This is great for children who enjoys water play since it has little or no standing water. The Flodin Park splash park is said to eliminate the need for lifeguards or other supervision, as there is little risk of drowning. Flodin 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.
Malls offer free year round entertainment for all ages, including musical choral groups, dancers and a wide range of other events designed to engage and entertain. No other retail venue can provide the level of entertainment a mall can.
Located 2.2 m iles via Morton Taylor Road and Main Street, Westchester Square Mall is a strip of quaint and cozy shops that includes outdoor paths in between each shops. Aside from the stained glass gallery, supply stores and other small independent ships, Westchester Square mall also offers other retail shops as, Sunny J's, Forest Tailoring, Three Dog Bakery, Genuine Toy Co., Basket Kreations, SteelFish Design, Britt's Bow Wow Boutique and Spa, Mac Bench, Omelette & Waffle Cafe, Maya’s Deli and The Burger Spot.
Canton Corners sits in an excellent location within a major retail corridor. Situated on the southwest corner of Ford Road and Lilley Road, 2.4 miles via Warren Road and N Canton Center Road, this shopping center has high visibility and offers multiple ingress and egress. Some of the retail stores found in Canton Corners are Hobby Lobby, Home Goods, Buy Buy Baby, Comic City, Fireplace and Things, Cigar Hut, Red Wings Shoes, Signarama, Yogurt City, Big Frog, Paul’s Fine Jewelry, 1st Optometry, Scottrade, AAA of Michigan, Genova and Gamestop.
In an increasingly digital world, the role of libraries as community and cultural centers at times are 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. Located 4.1 miles via N Canton Center Road is the Canton Public Library. This library serves more than 90,000 residents of Canton Township, it is the busiest single-branch library in the state, containing approximately 270,600 unique titles and 307,300 total materials. Canton Public Library has murals painted on the walls, art installations that make tentative debut and becomes beloved landmarks within the library. Canton Public Library was established in 1980 and employs over one hundred people in full-time, part-time, seasonal and on-call positions.
The Windsor Park homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the north of Warren Road, west of Morton Taylor Road, and 8.1 miles northwest of I-275.
Downtown Canton is where most of the government offices are located, 3.8 miles via N Canton Center Road, namely, the Assessor's Office that maintains all assessment records for residential, commercial and industrial properties within the Township. Building and Inspection Services, the division is responsible for ensuring that township standards for local building codes, ordinances, and construction are met. Clerk's Office, that maintains the records of the Township, administering all Township elections, issuing licenses and is the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) coordinator. Engineering Services, ensures that the community engineering design and construction standards are met. The Finance and Budget includes Purchasing, Budgeting and Accounting, and Information Technology Services. Human Resources, ensures that the Charter Township of Canton does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Planning Services is responsible for reviewing proposed development plans ensure that they meet all zoning requirements of the township. Canton Public Safety consists of the police and fire divisions. Public Works is broken into six sections; Fleet Maintenance, Water, Sanitary Sewer, Environmental and Customer Service, and Asset Management. Treasurer’s Office, includes tax payments and information, property tax search, water rates and billing, and more.
School districts play a very important role in overseeing and making sure that the public schools are serving their purpose. Without proper school districts, the public school system cannot compete with private schools. Plymouth-Canton School District enrolls more than 19,000 students in grades PK through 12.
Hulsing Elementary School, 0.7 mile via Arlington Road, is a public school that has 471 students in grades PK to 5. According to state standards, 64% of students in Hulsing Elementary School are considered proficient in math and/or reading. Hulsing Elementary School receives a rating of 69 from StartClass, which is moderately high considering the average rating is 61 for elementary schools in Michigan. The student population of 471 students has grown by 21% over five years. In 2014, Hulsing Elementary School ranked better than 53.7% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 13th among 15 ranked elementary schools in the district.
Located 3.0 miles via Warren Road and N Haggerty Road, Eriksson Elementary School has 526 students in grades PK and K-5 and 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.
The Goddard School is a private school that serves students from PK to 5th grade, located 1.5 miles via Warren Road. Established in 1988, the Goddard School celebrates more than 25 years of using the most current, academically endorsed methods to ensure that students have fun while learning the skills they need for long-term success in school and in life. Talented teachers collaborate with parents to nurture children into respectful, confident and joyful learners. The Goddard School's AdvancED and Middle States-accredited F.L.EX. Learning Program reaches more than 45,000 students in over 400 Goddard Schools in 35 states.
South Canton Scholars, located 5.0 miles via N Canton Center Road, is a free public charter school serving more than 600 students from kindergarten through 8th grade. During the middle school years, language arts focus on reading comprehension, writing fluency, and expanding students’ vocabulary. Mathematical concepts and reasoning are expanded to prepare for the rigors of algebra and geometry. Science, history, social studies, and economics round out a comprehensive and challenging curriculum. The students are prepared to confidently transition into and be successful in high school, college, and beyond. In 2014, South Canton Scholars Charter Academy ranked better than 90.9% of elementary schools in Michigan.
Located 4.1 miles via Warren Road and Beck Road is Canton Charter Academy. This is part of the National Heritage Academies (NHA), which is a for-profit charter school management organization that was formed in 1995 by entrepreneur J. C. Huizenga. As charter schools, NHA schools are publicly funded schools and charge no tuition. They are authorized by state-approved institutions such as universities and school boards, and therefore have no geographic boundaries. The schools focus on college preparedness and serve students from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Canton Charter Academy has 737 students in grades K-8. In 2014, Canton Charter Academy ranked better than 96.4% of elementary schools in Michigan. According to state standards, 84% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading.
The Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, commonly PCEP or "The Park", is located 2.6 miles via morton Taylor Road and Joy Road, and encompasses three public secondary schools - Salem High School, Canton High School and Plymouth High School. PCEP is located on a 305-acre (1.23 km2) campus. The schools operate a joint academic program and, for most sports, individual athletic programs. Certain extracurricular activities, such as choir, orchestra, the Plymouth-Canton Marching Bandm the FIRST Tobotics Team, equestrian, figure skating, girls hockey, and the united dance team are combined. One advantage to the 3-in-1 idea is reduced cost: there is only one auto shop (at Canton), one culinary arts facility (at Salem), two darkrooms for photography (both at Canton), one varsity football field (at Canton), two swimming pools (at Salem & Canton), two soccer and football fields (at Canton and Plymouth), one Robotics Shop (at Canton), and one band complex (at Plymouth). There are many clubs dedicated to different languages and cultures, and lifestyles such as the African American Student Association, Spanish and Latino Students' Association (SALSA), Asian Pacific American Club (APAC), The Chinese Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Polish American Club, Indian-American Student Association (IASA), French Club, Muslim Student Association (MSA), Middle Eastern Student Association, Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA), Secular Student Alliance, and the Diversity Council. An annual Celebration of Diversity (COD) is held by some cultural clubs for support and recognition. Students at PCEP have the unique opportunity to take a course in which they operate The Rock Café, a restaurant located inside Salem High School and open to the public. This gives students real-world experience in business, marketing, nutrition, customer service, as well as cooking. The 2-hour long block course, known as Hospitality and Culinary Arts: Restaurant Operation, trains students on the job for careers in the restaurant, food service, and hospitality business using the nationally recognized Pro-Start Certification Curriculum.
Going to college is important because it opens many doors and provides many advantages and opportunities. On average, people with a college education earn nearly twice as much as those with only a high school diploma.
Eastern Michigan University, 12.9 miles via Michigan Avenue, is a comprehensive, co-educational public university that was founded in 1849 as Michigan State Normal School. Currently, EMU comprises seven colleges and schools: College of Arts and Sciences, College of business, College of Education, College of Health and Human Services, College of Technology, an Honors College, and a Graduate School. The university's site is composed of an academic and athletic campus spread across 800 acres with over 120 buildings. EMU has a total enrollment of more than 23,000 students. The school is a culturally diverse learning and teaching community set in a small city environment, amid a major metropolitan area. Students, attracted by the school's atmosphere and location, come not only from the Metro Detroit area but from the entire state of Michigan; EMU is well known both nationally and internationally.
18.8 miles via M-153 W, University of Michigan is the state's oldest university which was founded in 1817. Considered one of the foremost research universities in the United States, the university has very high research activity and its comprehensive graduate program offers doctoral degrees in the humanities, social sciences, and STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) as well as professional degrees in business, medicine, law, pharmacy, nursing, social work and dentistry. Michigan's body of living alumni (as of 2012) comprises more than 500,000. Besides academic life, Michigan's athletic teams compete in Division I of the NCAA and are collectively known as the Wolverines.
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