5311 Franklin Ridge Circle, West Bloomfield Twp., MI 48322
Spacious 4 or 5 bedroom 2.5 bath home on over 1/2 acre in West Bloomfield! Lots of updates throughout home include new: beautiful hardwood floors, blinds, doors, washer/dryer, airconditioner/Furnace, hot water heater, vents cleaned and waterproof basement. Exterior updates new: paint, gutters, windows, garage door, entry door, chimney with new mortar and driveway sealed. Kitchen offers plenty of cabinet storage/counter prep space, including island, dual oven, large pantry and breakfast nook. Family room has natural brick wall with cozy natural or gas fireplace, beam ceiling, and recessed spotlights. Office provides great built in shelving, or could be used as a 5th bedroom! Master bedroom offers 2 closets- 1 is walk in, and full bath. 3 additional bedrooms on upper level all share a large full bath with dual sink vanity. Exquisite exterior features lovely curb appeal, 2 car attached garage with epoxy floors, entertaining back patio with mature landscaping for privacy and all on a half acre of land.
|4 Bedrooms||2.1 Baths||Fireplace||2-Car Garage|
Farmington Public Schools is a public school district headquartered in Farmington, MI. As of the 2014-2015 school year, the district serves 10,436 students. It provides services for students in Farmington, Farmington Hills, and a portion of West Bloomfield.
The district has a total staff of 1,380, making it the second largest employer in the Farmington-Farmington Hills area. The Farmington Public Schools serves students ranging in age from newborn to senior citizen. About 100,000 residents live in this suburban area. The community supports cultural activities, religious institutions, service clubs, civic organizations and a community college.
Farmington Public Schools are all accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement. Alameda and Farmington Community School Early Childhood Centers are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Farmington Public High Schools ranked among Newsweeks top 1,200 public high schools in the country based on number of advanced placement classes and graduating seniors.
The schools near the property are:
- Highmeadow Common Campus School (2.1 miles via Middlebelt Road and Highmeadow Road)
- Forest Elementary School (3.2 miles via W 14 Mile Road)
- Kenbrook Elementary School (3.2 miles via Orchard Lake Road)
- Wood Creek Elementary School (3.7 miles via Middlebelt Road)
Upper Elementary School:
- Warner Upper Elementary School (0.5 mile via Franklin Ridge Way and W 14 Mile Road)
- O.E. Dunckel Middle School (3.8 miles via Orchard Lake Road)
- East Middle School (3.9 miles via Middlebelt Road)
- Harrison High School (2.8 miles via Middlebelt Road)
- North Farmington High School (3.1 miles via Orchard Lake Road)
Expansive environmental assets define the unique community of West Bloomfield Township. The beautiful property is located in the Franklin Ridge Subdivision, strategically placed to be near restaurants, nature parks and downtown.
A number of nearby restaurants and fastfood chains are located a mile via W 14 Mile Road, namely, Honey Tree, J. Alexander's, Allegro, Champps, Yotsuba Japanese Restaurant and Bar, Leo's Coney Island, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, McDonald's, Buffalo Wild Wings, Shish Kabob, California Pizza Kitchen, and Bone Yard Barbecue and Grille.
City parks and recreation centers offer countless benefits to residents fortunate enough to have them in their neighborhoods.
The Adventure Park at West Bloomfield is the second "aerial forest park" in Michigan and is currently the largest. The five beautiful forest acres feature platforms in the trees connected by challenge bridges and zip lines waiting for one to climb and explore. 10 different color-coded courses to choose from ranging from beginner through advanced. No climbing experience necessary! All climbers are continuously clipped on to a safety cable throughout their time in the trees. Upon arrival all climbers receive a full instructional session from our friendly staff on how to use their safety harness and equipment as well as correct climbing procedures. A great outdoor family experience! Courses suitable for ages five and older. The courses or "aerial trails" are designed for self-exploration and our staff are stationed throughout the Park to advise or assist if needed. With the exception of 5- and 6-year olds, parents or guardians need not climb with kids 7 and older but must be on premises to supervise. (Climbing requirements vary by age.)
Marshbank Park in West Bloomfield, Michigan is a 100+ acre park located Hiller Road about 3 miles north of Orchard Lake St. Mary and situated on Cass Lake. Marshbank features sports fields, paved walking paths, 2 playgrounds, a sledding hill, a fishing pier, and more. The sledding hill hosts outdoor summer concerts. Marshbank Park is home to many seasonal events held by our friends at West Bloomfield Parks and Recreation.
Attractions play a leading role in cultural policy and in efforts to promote cultural development.
Architecture, Art Deco design, lighting, furniture, rugs and nature work in perfect harmony in this showplace 1930 home -- a total work of art. Saarinen House is the restored home and studio of former Cranbrook architect Eliel Saarinen and his wife Loja, a revolutionary fiber artist. The two-story Saarinen House with its hand-crafted decor and exquisite furnishings, is open for public tours from May through October.
Art Museum offers exceptional exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, architecture and design in all media. Collection highlights include works by Dubuffet, Eames, Lichtenstein, Saarinen, Stella and Warhol, along with a wealth of objects from the Arts and Crafts-era to the present. The museum offers more than a dozen different temporary exhibitions throughout the year, including work by leading national and international artists. Live music, films, lectures, openings and other events happen monthly throughout the year.
Cranbrook House and Gardens stands as a centerpiece of Cranbrook’s 319-acre National Historic Landmark campus. From May through October, visitors can experience the grandeur of both the House and the Gardens with guided and self-guided tours. Stroll in gardens bursting with colors of annual and perennial flowers. More than 40 acres of gardens are available for exploration between May and October.