4 Bed, 2.2 Bath, 2021 Sqft, 0.17 Acres
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4 Bed, 2.2 Bath, 2021 Sqft, 0.17 Acres
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Addison Heights homes for sale in Troy, MI are located north of E Maple Rd and east of Livermois Rd. The subdivision is in the 48083 zip code area and is West of Robin Wood Park. Within this subdivision there is a mix of several different types of homes styles, Bungalow, Ranch, Colonial, and Victorian. The homes within Addison Heights subdivision were built between 1928-2013 and they are cape cod, colonial and ranch in style with brick exteriors. Most homes within this neighborhood have two to four bedroom, with an attached garage. Several homes within Addison Heights have hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, and partially to finished basements.The subdivision is also close to major roads, freeways, schools and dining. Nearby subdivisions are Summit Park and Council Heights.
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Homes for sale in Addison Heights, Troy MI are north of E Maple Rd and east of Livermois Rd.
Closest restaurants from the subdivision are Priya, Big Boy, Tropical Smoothie Café and Subway. Troy Indian Groceries is also proximal to the subdivision. Few more steps south are Wendy’s, KFC and Arby’s. Dobrasevic Food is at the entrance of the subdivision.
Henfry Ford Medical Center is half a mile north. A bigger hospital, located 5 miles southwest is Beaumont Hospital - Royal Oak. It is the largest Beaumont hospital with an academic medical center. It houses 1,070 inpatient beds. Services offered are cancer, renal, vascular, heart, radiology and neuroscience centers as well as a research institute and a medical building with private practices and other Beaumont services. This hospital has been recognized for excellence including University Healthcare Consortium’s (UHC) Quality Leadership Award,] U.S. News and World Report 2015 “Best Hospital” rankings in nine medical specialties and Michigan’s first hospital to receive Magnet recognition by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Troy Marketplace Shopping Center is 1.5 miles north. Nordstrom Rack, Men’s Wearhouse, REI and Burger King are located here. Across the street is Troy Commons Shopping Center. West Marine, McDonald’s and Qdoba Mexican Grille are also located here.
Robinwood Park is short walk from the subdivision. It features a 1-mile paved walking path, 2 barrier-free play structures, sand volleyball court and 2 picnic areas.
Phillip J Huber Park is 1.5 miles north. The park offers a 1.3-mile walking trail through the woods. It also has 8 tennis courts and a picnic area. Restrooms are located on the outside of the Troy Family Aquatic Center. Ample parking is available at the tennis courts and Aquatic Center.
Somerset Collection is 2 miles west. It is a luxury mall with more than 180 stores and is co-owned by The Forbes Company. Some of the top luxury retailers present in this mall are Cartiers, L.K. Bennett, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, Tiffany & Co., Girogio Armani, Herve Leger, Anne Fontaine, Hugo Boss, MaxMara, Omega, St. John and Coach. Some of the restaurants here are P.F. Chang's China Bistro, J. Alexander's, Brio Tuscan Grille, McCormick & Schmick's, and California Pizza Kitchen. The third level of the mall features The Peacock Cafes, it's a group of 10 eateries that could serve up to 650 customers.
Oakland Mall Shopping Center is 3 miles southeast. It has about 120 stores that are anchored by Macy's, JCPenney, and Sears. Restaurants and dining at the food court are Charley's Grilled Subs, Cinnabon, Golden Chicken, Panda Express, Qdoba, Sicillia Pizza, Starbucks, Subway and Taco Bell. Some of the shopping stores are Aeropostale, Forever 21, H&M, Victoria's Secret & PINK, Upscale Couture, Chic, Dick's Sporting Goods and a lot more.
Addison Heights homes are 1 mile west of I-75. The subdivision is a 25-minute drive to Downtown Detroit, 5-minute drive to North Troy Corporate Park and 15-minute drive to Pontiac.
Southeast Michigan’s technology cluster is located in Automation Alley. It is 2 miles east. It is home to several companies like Inergy Automotive Systems, Electric Charging Station, and NBS Commercial Interiors.
Top of Troy is the tallest building in Troy that caters corporate offices. It is 3 miles west. PNC Financial Services is the major tenant which operates regional offices here. As of December 2014, it has assets of approximately $345.2 billion.
Addison Heights students are assigned to Troy School District. Troy School District operates 12 elementary schools, 4 middle schools and 4 high schools.
Morse Elementary School is a short walk from the subdivision. The school has 460 students and offers before and after care. It has a rating of 7/10 by greatschools.org. Baker Middle School is 2 miles north. There are 689 students enrolled. It is rated 7/10 by greatschools.org. The school also teaches 2 languages namely Chinese-Mandarin and Spanish. Athens High School is 3.5 miles northeast. It is rated 10/10 by greatschools.org and students enrolled are 1,554. International Academy East is 2 miles northeast. It is a public, tuition-free school. Students are required to earn both high school and International Baccalaureate (IB) diplomas. It is rated 10/10 by greatschools.org. The school accepts grades 9-12. There are 101 students enrolled. GreatSchools ratings of schools are based on test scores, student academic growth, and college readiness.
There are also private schools near the subdivision.
Brookfield Academy is 1.7 miles north. The school accepts PK-5. Students enrolled are 240 and the school offers before and after care.
Schoolhouse Montessori is 2 miles northwest. The school has 147 students enrolled and accepts grades PK-3.
Bethany Christian School is 3 miles east. The school accepts K-12 and has 230 students enrolled. The school also offers before and after care.
Troy Continuing Education is 4 miles north. They accept grades 9-12 and there are 70 students enrolled.
Walsh College is 1.5 miles north of the subdivision. The school offers upper-division undergraduate and graduate degrees in business and technology. It also offers certificate programs and online courses. There are approximately 4400 students enrolled and average tuition fee is $335 per credit hour (undergraduate) and $557 per credit hour (graduate).
Oakland University is 12 miles north. This school was established in 1957, and it offers 132 undergraduate and 124 graduate academic programs. It is also a doctoral research university. There are approximately 19000 students enrolled and average tuition fees are $9,280 for freshmen and sophomores; $10,142 for juniors and seniors. Oakland does not charge any fees. Oakland Community College is a few steps south of Oakland University. It is one of the largest community colleges in Michigan and in the US.
Wayne State University is 15 miles south. It's a public school that offers 187 program options. Students have the option to get bachelor's degrees, master's degrees and doctorates. Areas of study available at Wayne State include biology, journalism, international business, teacher education, engineering technology, medicine, linguistics, pharmacy, law, psychology and art, among many more.
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