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Homes For Sale in Ann Arbor MI

Ann Arbor Real Estate Listings October 16, 2021
275
Listed
58
Avg. DOM
$318.22
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$450,000
Med. List Price
275 Properties
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Ann Arbor Real Estate Market

Ann Arbor has a total area of 29 square miles with a total population of more than 113,000 people. The city is also part of the larger Metro Detroit area with 5,318,744 people. The University of Michigan moved from Detroit to Ann Arbor in 1837, causing a rapid increase in population in the 1920s. Along with the population came significant economic growth, as several companies were drawn to the area by the university's research and development money.

The real estate market for Ann Arbor includes a variety of single-family homes, townhome communities, and condo complexes. A majority of the homes have between 1,000 square feet and 2,500 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Many of the houses are ranch-style, but there are some two-story homes available on large lots. Additionally, luxury homes are available for those looking for top-of-the-line amenities. Average home prices range between $275,000 and $4 million.

Ann Arbor Community Amenities

Ann Arbor has many community amenities for subdivision residents to enjoy. Performing arts centers, sporting arenas, museums, and parks provide plenty of things to do all year long. There are four branches and the main downtown location for the Ann Arbor District Library serving the community. Additionally, Ann Arbor is home to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library.

Many events are hosted in Ann Arbor annually, including the Ann Arbor Art Fairs and the Ann Arbor Film Festival. Ann Arbor is known for college sports, and many gather at the Michigan Stadium for football games and other events.

The streets of Ann Arbor's downtown area are set up in a grid pattern, with many significant roads branching out from the area. Residents of the city have easy access to three freeways: I-94, U.S. Highway 23, and M-153 (Ford Road). The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority operates the public bus service throughout the city and in nearby Ypsilanti. Greyhound Lines provides bus service, and Amtrak offers rail service at the Ann Arbor Train Station. Ann Arbor Municipal Airport is a small, city-run airport, while the Detroit Metropolitan Airport is 25 miles away.

There are many opportunities to explore the great outdoors in Ann Arbor, including paddle boarding, kayaking, and canoeing on the Huron River in the summer. During the winter, residents can enjoy cross-country skiing, ice skating, and snowshoeing. In addition, there are many state parks and recreation areas in Ann Arbor and the nearby towns of Ypsilanti and Chelsea.

The average commute for Ann Arbor residents is 20 minutes, with many working locally in the community. The university significantly shapes Ann Arbor's economy as it employs about 30,000 workers, including about 12,000 in the medical center. The city's economy is also centered on high technology, with several companies drawn to the area by the university's research and development infrastructure and by its graduates. High tech, health services, and biotechnology are other major components of the city's economy; numerous medical offices, laboratories, and associated companies are located in the city. Automobile manufacturers, such as General Motors and Visteon, also employ residents.

Ann Arbor Local Highlights

  • Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum helps promote imagination through interactive learning experiences in science, technology, art, and engineering.
  • Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library contains various materials on Cold War-era domestic issues and political affairs.
  • Kerrytown is a historic area with brick streets, vibrant culture, and many shopping, dining, and entertainment venues.
  • The University of Michigan Museum of Art is one of the largest art museums in the country and features more than 20,000 works.
  • University of Michigan Museum of Natural History Museum is a 22,000 square foot museum part of the university's College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.
  • Michigan Stadium is the largest football stadium in the country, hosting sporting events and the University of Michigan's graduation ceremonies.
  • Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum has two properties featuring an array of botanical gardens, a conservatory, and natural areas with trails.
  • Yost Ice Arena is where the University of Michigan and local high school hockey teams play.

Ann Arbor School Information

Ann Arbor Public Schools operate local public schools in the city. Public schools serving Ann Arbor residents include Martin Luther King Junior Elementary School, Dickens Elementary School, Honey Creek Community School, and Skyline High School.

Ann Arbor is home to many private schools, including Emerson School, Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor, and Greenhills School. Additionally, the community is home to many charter schools, including Central Academy and the Global Educational Excellence charter school company.

Those wanting to enroll in higher education classes and programs can sign up at the University of Michigan, Concordia University Ann Arbor, and Washtenaw Community College.

Ann Arbor is a beautiful community offering residents many things to see, do, and enjoy. The neighborhood is home to the University of Michigan, which provides many opportunities to visit museums, see plays, and enjoy college sporting events. Those looking to buy a home in Ann Arbor will have many options to choose from, including everything from single-family homes to condominiums.

Ann Arbor, MI Real Estate Agents

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