Farmington Hills, MI
6820 Sqft, 0.72 Acres
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The Drake Farm homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of 13 Mile Road and east of Drake Road in the 48331 zip code. Contemporary style homes in the serene neighborhood of Drake Farm Subdivision. Updated stylish kitchen with gleaming hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, recessed lights, and adjacent eating area overlooking the sunken living room with picture windows that provide natural light. The master bedroom and additional bedrooms are generously sized. Main bath is equipped with walk in closet, granite counter tops and new ceramic tiles. Main level family area offers cozy fireplace and a door wall leading to the relaxing backyard.
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The Drake Farm homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of 13 Mile Road and east of Drake Road.
Located 1.9 miles via W 13 Mile Road and Farmington Road, Heartland Marketplace is a Detroit based, family owned and operated full service supermarket that features fresh meats, deli, bakery, produce, seafood and more. Try out theTender Ridge Beef, homemade donuts, Boar’s Head Meats, fresh salads, rotisserie chicken, and huge selection of craft beers.
Patel Brothers, 2.2 miles via W 13 Mile Road, with the mission to bring the best ingredients from around the world, right to one's doorstep. With a wide variety of authentic regional ingredients, they strive to reconnect people with the familiar flavor of India.
The major events of life, personal and professional, are celebrated in restaurants. Acquaintances become friends around a table in the safe and controlled environment of a restaurant. Individuals become lovers across a restaurant table, sometimes. Located 2 miles via W 13 Mile Road and Farmington Road are PineLand Restaurant, Little Caesar's Pizza, Leo's Coney Island, La Kabob Grill, Qdoba Mexican Eats, Jersey Mike's Subs, and Tim Hortons.
City parks and recreation centers offer countless benefits to residents fortunate enough to have them in their neighborhoods.
Located 1.1 miles via W 13 Mile Road, Pioneer Park is an athletic park that is used by many local baseball and soccer leagues. Year round there are two baseball fields in the park but in the spring there are two soccer field and in the fall there are four soccer fields. There is also a concession stand open seasonally. The park is open to the public except during scheduled games.
Woodland Hills, 3.3 miles via Farmington Road, is one of the last vestiges of Beech Maple forest left in the area. It is a passive park lending itself to quiet activities only, such as nature walks, bird watching, and nature photography. The 1.7 miles of trails on 74 acres meander across and are adjacent to a creek tributary to the Rouge River. They take you on a journey through areas of tangled brush, open field, young forest, mature forest, and wetlands. The park is home to a diverse variety of animal and plant life. Respect and care of this natural oasis will preserve it into the future for generations to come.
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.
Kendallwood Shopping Center provides great visibility and accessibility to both Twelve Mile and Farmington Roads. Notable tenants include Heartland Marketplace, Qdoba, Hallmark, Little Caesars, Dairy Queen, The UPS Store, Rite Aid and Jersey Mike's.
Laurel Park Place Mall is an enclosed upscale shopping mall. 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.
Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum is located 2.7 miles via W 13 Mile Road and Orchard Lake Road. If one likes magic posters, neon, antiques, advertising, ceiling fans, slot machines, memorabilia, robots, airplanes, animation, then this is the place to visit. Coin operated games from the oldest gypsy fortune-telling machines to the early 1900's to the latest in laser hologram video games of the 1990's are. Computer operated animated shows too.
The Drake Farm homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of 13 Mile Road, east of Drake Road, and north of Interstate 275.
Founded in 1954, the Farmington Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the town’s history and educating the public about its significance. They sponsor exhibits, lectures and other events, and they provide tours of the Freedom Trail’s Underground Railroad and Amistad sites. The town is what it is today because of educators like Sarah Porter, who started Miss Porter’s School for girls in 1843; architects such as Theodate Pope, a student of Porter’s who built the home that’s now the Hill-Stead Museum; and collectors like Alfred Pope—one of the first Americans to collect the Impressionist paintings of Monet, Manet, Degas and Whistler—and Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis, who founded the Lewis Walpole Library. Like the river flowing through the town, Farmington’s history is always near at hand, seldom far from view, linking past and present.
Religious or privately-owned schools have their own governing bodies that oversee their operation which are usually not appointed by the government. School districts are supporting bodies that help the schools provide education to the students. They facilitate the schools with supplies such as audio and video equipment and classroom supplies.
Most of Farmington Hills is served by Farmington Public Schools, which is shared with nearby Farmington. It is home to North Farmington High School and Harrison High School, while Farmington High School in Farmington serves portions of Farmington Hills.
Kenbrook Elementary School is a public school serving 379 students in grades K-4, located 2.1 miles via W 13 Mile Road. According to state standards, 67% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2015, Kenbrook Elementary School ranked better than 65% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 6th among 9 ranked elementary schools in the Farmington Public School District.
Highmeadow Common Campus School, located 3.7 miles via W 13 Mile Road, is a public school of choice, housing 303 students in grades Kindergarten through fifth grade, operated by Farmington Public Schools for families who live within the District. Highmeadow follows the same curriculum as the other elementary schools, but the instructional approach is different. Highmeadow is currently working on becoming a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) school by creating a STEAM philosophy. Students take part in design challenges as they deepen their knowledge of the common core and principles of engineering. In 2015, Highmeadow Common Campus School ranked better than 77.2% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 3rd among 9 ranked elementary schools in the Farmington Public School District.
3.6 miles via W 13 Mile Road, the International School began as the City School Of Detroit, Inc. in a storefront on Livernois Avenue in Northwest Detroit in 1968. With two large classrooms, the school enrolled 37 students in grades K-3 as a model program. The mission of The International School is to provide children with an opportunity to acquire second and third foreign language skills through an immersion program within a traditional English college preparatory curriculum. For at least six years, experienced educators (including native speakers) will instruct and guide students, as aptitude, age level, and time spent on tasks are taken into consideration.
Warner Upper Elementary School is a public school with 828 students in grades 5-6, located 4 miles via Farmington Road and W 14 Mile Road. The mission of the Warner Upper Elementary School staff, parents, and community is to provide each student with a safe, supportive and engaging environment, a diverse education emphasizing excellence in achievement, and skills enabling them to become self-sufficient and respectful citizens who contribute responsibly to the world.
O.E. Dunckel Middle School is a public school located 2.2 miles via W 13 Mile Road and Farmington Road. It has 782 students in grades 7-8. According to state standards, 65% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2015, O.E. Dunckel Middle School ranked better than 90.3% of middle schools in Michigan.
North Farmington High School is located 1.3 miles via W 13 Mile Road. The school was established in 1961, and, as of the 2014-2015 school year, educates a student body of 1,246. North Farmington does not assign class rank. If college applications require class rank information, for scholarships or otherwise, North Farmington will include a letter stating that the school does not rank students, as well as the rationale behind the decision not to perform ranking.
Farmington High School is a public high school located 4.8 miles via Farmington Road. The school was established in 1888, and the first sections of the current building were built in 1953, with several renovations and additions occurring since then. As of the 2014-2015 school year, the school educates a student body of 1,140. Farmington High School traces its roots back over 125 years. While no date has been fully confirmed, 1888 has been accepted as the year the school was first established. The school is listed as being first accredited in 1920 by the University of Michigan.
College gives students time to perfect useful skills and to seek out areas that interest them. It may also give graduates an economic edge throughout their careers.
Lawrence Technological University (LTU), frequently referred to as Lawrence Tech, is a private university located 9 miles via W 13 Mile Road and M-10 S. Lawrence Tech was founded in 1932 in Highland Park as Lawrence Institute of Technology (LIT) by Russell E. Lawrence. The university moved to Southfield in 1955 and has since expanded to 107 acres. The campus also includes the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Affleck House and the Detroit Center for Design + Technology in Midtown Detroit. Lawrence Tech is considered one of the foremost private technological universities. The university has consistently been among the Top Tier for "Universities–Master's (Midwest)" by U.S. News & World Report. Bloomberg-Businessweek also reported that the earning power of a Lawrence Tech bachelor's degree ranks in the highest 30 percent of all U.S. universities. Other distinctions include: Princeton Review "Best in the Midwest" in 2010; Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recognition, 2009; G. I. Jobs "Military Friendly School," 2010; State of Michigan Center of Excellence for Sustainable Infrastructure and Structural Testing; an Intel "Top 50 Unwired Campus"; a Michigan Green Leader; Architectural Record among "America's Best Architectural Schools" in construction methods and materials; and Michigan's Going Green Award." The school offers undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs in STEAM fields (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics). The university's four colleges are Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Management. LTU's athletic teams are known as the Blue Devils. They compete in Division II of the NAIA and joined the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference in 2012.
Wayne County Community College has a 117-acre campus located 13 miles via M-10 S. 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.
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