Charming two story home located centrally in Wyandotte. Entry level features galley style kitchen with plenty of cabinet and counter space, lovely neutral flooring & breakfast nook. Formal dining area is perfect for entertaining along with dual entry living room featuring coved ceiling and large window. First floor also boasts a large master bedroom with a bonus sitting room and door access to the backyard. Upper level features a large recreation room with a walk-in cedar closet, plus additional storage. There are two additional bedrooms that share a full bath. Finished lower level includes a large family room, a game room with pantry storage under the stairs, a third full bathroom and long laundry room with furnace access. Exterior offers charming curb appeal with well-maintained landscaping and covered porch, great privacy fence that surrounds an in-ground pool with attached hot tub and 2-car detached garage. Home offers: new hot water tank and newer furnace. BATVAI
Wyandotte Public Schools is centered in Wyandotte, Michigan. It has 4,515 students attending 9 schools in grades PK and K-12.
The School District of the City of Wyandotte’s mission is to teach all students to be purposeful learners and productive, participating, and caring citizens who will establish and accomplish appropriate goals for both self and community. The district prides itself on its high caliber staff, which provides students with a sound education and technology rich curriculum. The district works in conjunction with the City of Wyandotte to provide students many opportunities for civic involvement.
The schools near the property are:
Washington Elementary School (0.4 mile via Poplar Street)
Jefferson Elementary School (0.8 mile via 15th Street)
Garfield Elementary School (1.0 mile via Vinewood Street)
Monroe Elementary School (1.4 miles via 15th Street and 16th Street)
The Lincoln Center - previously William H. Taft Elementary School (1.4 miles via 12th Street and Electric Street)
Wilson Middle School (0.9 mile via 15th Street)
Roosevelt High School (1.1 miles via 12th Street and Oak Street)
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. A walking distance of 0.7 mile via Walnut Street are nearby restaurants such as Galindo's A Taste of Mexico, Sportsmans Pizzeria, Checkers, and Tijuana's Mexican Kitchen Express.
Parks provide intrinsic environmental, aesthetic, and recreation benefits to cities and also a source of positive economic benefits.
Located 1.5 miles via Oak Street is Bishop Park, situated along the Detroit River and is contiguous to the Wyandotte Central Business District. The 12.2 acre park is the second largest of the 13 parks in the city. The park offers excellent fishing opportunities from its large fishing pier. The park also features a concession stand (hours vary) with an open air wood deck picnic area, umbrellas, restrooms, two large picnic shelters, playground equipment and basketball courts. Bishop Park is the site for various city events including the Annual Fireworks Display, the Children’s Fishing Derby and Expo and various Waterside Concerts throughout the summer. The picnic shelters may be used by the public, however they may not be reserved in advance and are first-come, first serve. Temporary event tents are permitted in the park, however due to the sprinkler system, they may not be attached with stakes. If anchoring is required, please use sand bags or water barrels.
BASF Waterfront Park is located along the Detroit River, just south of Eureka Road, 1.8 miles via 12th Street and Eureka Road. The 20 acre park is the largest in the city, and features a romantic brick promenade, look-out decks, rowing launch, trails, sand volleyball courts and an amphitheater. BASF Waterfront Park host several entertainment events throughout the year. Notable events include the Hebda Cup & Wyandotte High school Rowing Regattas as well as Gospel Fests, and the Annual Fireworks Display.
The Wyandotte Museum is dedicated to inspiring and fostering public awareness, interest, understanding and appreciation of the unique history of the city of Wyandotte and its relationship to the Downriver region. The Museum preserves our mutual heritage through its historic buildings, collections, archives, publications, exhibits, programs and special events using our shared past as a foundation of the future. The Wyandotte Museums Campus is comprised of a total of three buildings: The Ford MacNichol Home, the Marx Home, and the Albert Burns Home. The campus is located along Biddle Avenue just south of Vinewood.
The Ford-MacNichol Home Museum is an elegant Queen Anne style mansion is located at 2610 Biddle Avenue. It built in 1896 as a wedding gift for Laura Ford and her husband, Dr. George P. MacNichol, from Edward Ford, Laura's father. Capt. J.B. Ford, Laura’s grandfather, was the founder of the J.B. Ford Company, a chemical manufacturer specializing in cleaning products whose factory was in the north end of town (site of the current BASF facilities).The second family to own this stately home was the Drennan Family. Jeremiah Drennan was a lawyer and leading citizen of Wyandotte. The family lived in the home for 60 years, from 1903 to 1963.
The Marx Home Museum is an Italianate style brick home is located at 2630 Biddle Avenue. The then fashionable home was built in 1862 by Warren Isham. In 1921 John Marx purchased the residence. He was the son of George Marx, founder of the Marx Brewery Company, a well known local business in operation from 1863 to 1936. In 1974, Leo Marx and Mary T. Polley, son and daughter of John Marx, bequeathed the building to the City of Wyandotte. The Marx Home is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places. A part of the Museums Campus, the building is now used for meetings and special event programs.
Located 1.2 miles via Vinewood Street, the Burns Home Museum was built in 1908 by the Alfred Burns family, this building’s architectural type is known as a Foursquare, characterized by four rooms on the first floor with 4 rooms on the second floor. A basic block, it can be embellished with a variety of architectural detail giving each a unique character. This building has evidence of the classical revival influence which was very popular at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries. Mr. Alfred Burns was a clerk at the Wyandotte Savings Bank, and built the house to replace an earlier homestead on the same site. In addition to the neighboring National Register properties of the Ford-MacNichol and Marx Home, the Burns home aides the campus in representing an architectural timeline in the development of the City of Wyandotte. You will see many variations of these styles across the city today. Currently, the building houses the Wyandotte Museums office, the Office of the Wyandotte Historical Society, and a public reading room where the Museums’ collection of local history archives are made available to the public.
Located 1.2 miles via Vinewood Street, the Wyandotte Museums oversees the Old Timers Log Cabin located on Van Alstyne in Bishop Park: The rustic cabin standing in Wyandotte's historic Bishop Park was built in 1942 to serve as a meeting place for the city's senior citizens. This building was the Headquarters for the Wyandotte Centennial in 1954. In 1991, following a petition drive to save the historic structure, the city turned the building over to the Cultural and Historical Commission. Completely renovated and outfitted for use, the Log Cabin is available for future generations to enjoy. The Old Timers Log Cabin is available to rent for special events.