Welcome Home to this charming 3 Bedroom 1.5 Bath, 1290 Sq Foot Ranch Style home located in the highly sought out Holiday Park Subdivision. Eat-In Kitchen with lots of cabinet space, recessed lighting and all appliances included. Family room has wood flooring, natural brick fireplace, and door-wall to patio area. Spacious living room with carpet and big picture window with lots of natural lighting. Master bedroom has wood flooring, large closet, and master half bath. Additional 2 bedrooms are sizable and on the main level as well as a full bath. Basement is unfinished but has lots of potential. Large fenced in yard with deck area off the back of the home. Award Winning Plymouth-Canton Schools. Located in a great neighborhood and would be a great family home. Close to area shopping, freeways and restaurants. Call Today, this is a great starter home!
This home is assigned to Plymouth-Canton School District that serves more than 19,000 students in grades PK through 12.
Located 2.9 miles via Joy Road is Gallimore Elementary School, one of the schools that's part of the Plymouth-Canton School District. Gallimore Elementary School is a public school that has 352 students in grades PK and 5. The school's culture fosters a collaborative environment and is unified in the commitment to understanding and accepting all members of the community. In 2014, Gallimore Elementary School ranked better than 76% of elementary schools in Michigan.
Hulsing Elementary School is located 3.1 miles via Joy Road, this is another school close to the Holiday Park Subdivision. Hulsing Elementary is a public school that has 471 students in grades PK to 5. Hulsing Elementary School receives a rating of 69 from StartClass, which is moderately high considering the average rating is 61 for elementary schools in Michigan. Hulsing Elementary School ranked better than 53.7% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 13th among 15 ranked elementary schools in the district.
Pioneer Middle School is one of five middle schools in the Plymouth-Canton community school district located 3.9 miles via Joy Road and Ann Arbor Road. There are 866 students enrolled, and extracurricular sports activities are offered. In 2014, Pioneer Middle School ranked better than 93.6% of middle schools in Michigan. It also ranked 4th among 5 ranked middle schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District. The student/teacher ratio at Pioneer Middle School is 20.7.
Starkweather Academy is a public alternative school located 0.5 mile via Forrest Drive and Holly Drive. Alternative schools are public schools that offer nontraditional education for students whose needs cannot be met in a regular, special education, or vocational school. While alternative schools are distinct from regular, special education, and vocational schools in their teaching approach or classroom environment, they can provide similar services and/or curriculum for students. Starkweather Academy has 248 students in grades 9-12. Starkweather Academy promotes lifelong learning by offering a comprehensive educational program which addresses individual goals and prepares students to become contributing members of society.
Plymouth Christian Academy is one of the schools that are close to the Holiday Park Subdivision. Located 2.0 miles via Joy Road, Plymouth Christian Academy is a private K-12 school that provides a top-tier Christian education that offers preschool, kindergarten, elementary and secondary programs and have provided a quality education designed to advance each student in four life areas: spiritual, academic, social, and physical. Other programs that the Plymouth Christian Academy offers are Spiritual Life, Athletics, Elementary Fine and Performing Arts, Secondary Fine and Performing Arts, Secondary X-Term, Student Organizations and Summer Camps.
Located 3.5 miles via Joy Road is Salem High School, this is one of the three public secondary schools that's part of the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park. Salem High School has more than 2,000 students from grades 9-12. Apart from the challenging curriculum, Salem High School offers band, orchestra, and choir courses, ranging from beginners to pre-professional. The school has a writing center, and a math lab, which offers free tutoring service for students' writing, and additional help for students' math respectively.
The benefits of a college education include career opportunities like better paying and higher skilled jobs, but studies have shown that it also leads to overall happiness and stability.
Located 6.3 miles via I-275 N is Davenport University. With a current approximate estimate of 13,500 enrolled students, this university specializes in business majors, with the Business Administration and Management program being the most popular major at the university with close to 20% of enrolled undergraduate students. Other popular majors include: Accounting, Business/Commerce, Marketing/Marketing Management, and Human Resources Management.
Northwood University is 6.4 miles via I-275. This is a private university that offers the following programs: Bachelor of Business Administration degree with majors in: Accounting, Advertising & Marketing, Aftermarket Management, Automotive Marketing & Management, Computer Information Management, Economics, Entertainment, Sport & Promotion Management, Entrepreneurship, Fashion Marketing & Management, Finance, Health Care Management, Hospitality Management, Innovation Marketing & Management, Insurance Risk Management, International Business, Management, Marketing, Management Information Systems, and Operations & Supply Chain Management.
This property is part of Holiday Park in Canton, MI and it's located south of Joy Road and east of Haggerty Road.
Located 0.4 mile via Forrest Drive and Eckles Road is the Eastern Market of Canton, the nearest grocery store to the Holiday Park Subdivision. Eastern Market of Canton is a locally owned and operated full service meat market that provides fresh cut meats, lunch meats and a large selection of produce and groceries. They offer meat and seafood bundle packages and party trays, featuring Boar’s Head meat, cheese and subs. Shrimp, veggie and fruit trays, fresh sandwiches and catering is also available.
Also located 0.4 mile is the Family Dollar, another grocery store which can be accessed via Forrest Drive and Eckles Road. When it comes to getting value for everyday items for the entire family in an easy to shop, neighborhood location, Family Dollar is the best place to go. For more than 50 years, it is one of the nation’s fastest growing retailers. Family Dollar offers a compelling assortment of merchandise for the whole family ranging from household cleaners to name brand foods, from health and beauty aids to toys, from apparel for every age to home fashions, all for everyday low prices. While shoppers can find many items at $1 or less, most items in the store are priced below $10, which makes shopping fun without stretching the family budget.
Holiday Park Subdivision is close to restaurants located just 0.4 mile via Forest Drive, and Eckles Road, namely China Gold, Mangia Pizza and Catering, while a number of restaurants are located 1.5 miles via Joy Road and Hix Road such as Little Caesars Pizza, Lucky Inn Chinese Restaurant, Mcdonald's and Zino's Subs Pizza and Catering.
Located 2.4 miles via Ann Arbor Road is the Newburgh Lake. This 105-acre reservoir, has been returned to the recreational resource it once was. During much of 1996 - 1998, Newburgh Lake underwent a major restoration process. Contaminated sediment and fish were removed from the lake, the lake was restocked with game fish, the lake depth was increased and habitat was created for the lake's fish and wildlife. Now all citizens can safely enjoy a variety of recreational uses in and around Newburgh Lake, including fishing, boat rental, picnic shelter and grills, picnic tables, playground, swimming and walking trails.
Westland Center, located 3.4 miles via Joy Road is one of the shopping centers close to Holiday Park Subdivision. Westland Center is an enclosed shopping mall that features more than 100 inline stores, with JC Penney, Sears, Macy's and Kohl's serving as anchor stores. The mall originally boasted a four-story Hudson's department store and S.S.Kresge, a five and dime store. Other stores inside the Westland Center are Aeropostale, Hot Topic, Forever 21, Christopher & Banks, Elegant Steps, Journeys, Foot Locker, Shoe Carnival, American Eagle Outfitters, Things Remembered, Spencer Gifts, GloWorks Imports, Victoria's Secret and Bath and Body Works.
Located 3.1 miles via Ann Arbor Road and Plymouth Road is the Town Peddler Craft and Antique Mall. It is the largest in the state with over 400 Crafts & Antique vendors offering Handmade Crafts, Antiques, Collectibles, Gift Items, & Home Decor. With only minutes from two major expressways access is easy, and fast. Plenty of parking and smiling faces to greet customers.
Apart from shopping centers and restaurants, Holiday Park Subdivision is also close to different amenities such as libraries and museums. The Plymouth Historical Museum features 26,000 square feet of exhibits, a gift shop, and an archives and research library. This museum also features a late 19th-century Victorian recreation of Main Street, tracing the growth of the small town from the railroad depot to the general store. The largest Lincoln collection in the state of Michigan is housed in a separate room off of Main Street. And a Timeline of Plymouth is the newest permanent exhibit, featuring displays on the Daisy Air Rifle, Ford Village Industries, the Alter Motor Car, World War II, communication history, and much more.
Another attraction that the holiday park Subdivision is close to is The Canton Historical Society and Museum. Located 6.5 miles via Haggerty Road and Cherry Hill Road, the museum features special themes according to the time of year, and change the setup of the museum accordingly. The exhibits includes clothing, jewelry, books, tools, toys, furniture/furnishings, textiles, and kitchen goods. The Canton Historical Museum is not the only museum serving another purpose. The rest of the schoolhouses slowly but surely had post-academic uses. They were converted to churches, alternative schooling, or storage space. These newly transformed locations have nothing to do with teaching the community anymore, but they still provide the community with great uses.