Spacious 4 bed 2 bath, newly updated home on over an acre of land! 2 story entry provides access to all levels of home. Home features new flooring and paint throughout. Living area has large picture window and flows into kitchen/dining area that can also be closed off with lovely french doors. Bright kitchen has new Corian counters, fixtures, appliances and large sliding glass door to back deck. There are 3 bedrooms with roomy closet space and share a full bath. Lower level offers family recreation space and perfect master bedroom retreat with great cedar walk in closet, full bath with jetted soaking tub and laundry area. Exquisite exterior offers nice curb appeal with mature trees, brick paver walk way, 2.5 car attached garage, 2 storage sheds, back entertaining deck with pavilion and scenic views. Pella windows on upper level, tear off roof ('11), sump pump ('14) *Sewer hook-ups available at street if buyer chooses to attach them after close. Well water is very high quality!
The Howell School District has more than 7,600 students in one high school, two middle schools, and seven elementary schools. Howell Public Schools is an exemplary learning community committed to maximizing every student's success.
All HPS schools have been awarded AdvancED District Accreditation through the AdvancED school improvement process. Accreditation through AdvancED correlates to accreditation through the Michigan Department of Education. The Howell Public School District has been working to improve school-to-home and home-to-school communications. This past year the district implemented ParentLink to assist in general communications and is in the process of installing the PowerSchool Parent Portal which will provide specific student grade and attendance detail.
The schools near the property are:
Southwest Elementary School (3.3 miles via Pinckney Road)
Southeast Elementary School (3.4 miles via Pinckney Road)
Challenger Elementary School (3.7 miles via Pinckney Road)
Northwest Elementary School (4 miles via Pinckney Road and S Michigan Avenue)
Voyager Elementary School (4.1 miles via Pinckney Road)
Parker Middle School (0.3 mile via Wright Road)
Highlander Way Middle School (4.3 miles via Pinckney Road)
Zoned High School:
Howell High School (4.2 miles via Pinckney Road)
This property is strategically located to be close to grocery stores, restaurants, and recreational parks. Located 4.1 miles is ALDI, a discount supermarket that offers smarter shopping, providing customers with incredibly high quality items at the lowest possible prices. ALDI specializes in staple items, such as food, beverage, toilet paper, sanitary articles, and other inexpensive household items. In addition to its standard assortment, ALDI has weekly special offers, some of them on more expensive products such as electronics, tools, appliances, or computers, usually from Medion.
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 4 miles via Chilson Road are Sunrise Family Diner, Big Boy, El Patron, Golden House Chinese Restaurant, Duke's Pizza Plus, Rocket Grilled Subs and Burgers, and Brunner's.
City parks and recreation centers offer countless benefits to residents fortunate enough to have them in their neighborhoods. Located 5.1 miles via Pinckney Road is the Brighton State Recreation Area is an 4,947-acre recreation area. It has 39 miles of trails for mountain biking, hiking, skiing and horse riding. There are 3 campgrounds providing over 200 campsites. It is also close to many other state parks, such as Pinckney State Recreation Area.
Selcra Meijer Park is a recreational park offers ramps and terrain for bikers, skaters and boarders in a supervised venue that has been serving the needs of skateboarders and inline skaters since 1999. Selcra Meijer Park is the only 100% supervised outdoor skateboarding/inline skating facility. They are committed to providing the highest quality experience to our guests. They offer a friendly environment for all ages and abilities. Parents are encouraged to bring their inline skates and use the perimeter skating path.
Shopping malls are playing a key role in modern retailing and marketing system, furthermore they still dominate the distribution system of goods.
Brighton Mall is a shopping mall that opened in 1970 as an enclosed shopping mall, the center was re-developed in 1996 as a power centre, retaining the name Brighton Mall. Anchor stores for the property are Marshalls, PetSmart, Jo-Ann Etc., Best Buy, and Gardner White.
Green Oak Village Place is a retail lifestyle center. The mall, opened in stages between 2006 and 2008, includes six anchor stores: Barnes & Noble, Dick's Sporting Goods, DSW Shoe Warehouse, HomeGoods, J.C. Penney, Old Navy, and more than seventy inline tenants. A 104,000-square-foot J.C. Penney department store opened in March 2007, and HomeGoods opened as a sixth anchor in September 2008. A sculpture park was added in front of Dick's Sporting Goods the same month.
Downtown is the heart of the community. It is an important community space where members of all segments of the community can meet equally for parades, speeches, and other community events.
The Historic Howell Theater is a two screen independent movie theater, 3 miles via Pinckney Road. It is located in walkable downtown Howell. It presents the latest in indie cinema, favorite classic movies, live music, display local artists and host a variety private events. Locals love the popcorn made with organic coconut oil make sure to stop in and try some.
The Howell Area Historical Society owns and operates the historic Ann Arbor Train Depot in downtown Howell as a Museum. located 3.1 miles via Pinckney Road, the Society has preserved and restored the building and is a repository for historical artifacts. The Museum Depot is listed on both the State Register of Historical sites and the National Register of Historic places. The first structure in Howell to be so recognized. An 1888 Grand Trunk Caboose, which sits along side the museum, is currently being refurbished. The Depot Museum has regular hours during the summer months and tours are available by appointment.
Howell Carnegie District Library is located in the heart of downtown Howell, 3 miles via Pinckney Road. The library unites the old and new in its structure, as well as its contents. The original Carnegie building was completed in 1906 with money from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie and some local funds. The renovation and addition project were completed in 1991 and made possible through a bond issue. The new facility quadrupled the space available to meet the needs of our growing community. Currently, Howell Carnegie District Library is one of the featured sites on the State Historic Preservation Office's "Michigan's Historic Sites Online". The building is also home to the Howell Area Archives. The Archives collects, organizes, and maintains printed items, articles, memorabilia, photographs, and written materials of historical significance to Livingston County, Michigan.