Dye Bros Wayne Park Homes for Sale
Dye Bros Wayne Park Homes for Sale Canton MI
Dye Bros Wayne Park Homes for Sale Canton MI
Dye Bros Wayne Park, Canton, MI
- Approx Sale Price Range: $50,000 - $160,000
- Square footage Range: 1,100 - 1,400
- Year Built Range: 1952 - 1953,1966
- School District: Wayne - Westland
The Dye Bros Wayne Park homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Michigan Avenue and east of Sheldon Road in the 48188 zip code. Charming homes that are delicately maintained within the quiet neighborhood of Dye Bros Wayne Park Subdivision. Large windows allow natural light to flow in the cozy living room with fireplace. The kitchen is adorned with wood countertops, stainless steel appliances, beautiful white cabinets, and recessed lighting. Relax in the master bedroom equipped with master bath that offers a ceramic tile shower with glass door and granite countertop. The other bedrooms are spacious and shares an updated full bath. The finished basement offers lots of storage space, or can also be converted as a recreation room or an additional living space.
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Dye Bros Wayne Park Subdivision Location
The Dye Bros Wayne Park homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Michigan Avenue and east of Sheldon Road.
Located 1.7 miles via Michigan Avenue, Kroger is the country’s largest supermarket chain by revenue. Kroger uses a three-tiered private label marketing strategy. One private brand emphasizes no-frills products at the lowest possible price, another is intended to be comparable to leading national brands but a better value, and the third is a premium–often organic–brand. In 2014, Kroger launched a new campaign called Fresh And Friendly, where every Kroger employee in retail should at least say hello in an attempt to gain a customer. Kroger has several sections that grocery shoppers adore, such as Adult Beverage where cocktails, craft beer and great wines are sold, Deli and Bakery where one can find all party platters needs, cakes and Murray's Cheese. Kroger also has Fresh Produce section, Meat and Seafood section, and Natural Foods section. Shoppers prefer Kroger for a lot of reasons but primarily because of the store formats that include supermarkets, superstores, department stores, convenience stores, and mall jewelry stores.
The Haggerty Market, located 2.6 miles via Michigan Avenue and S Haggerty Road, is a grocery store that specializes in ethnic cuisine from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the Middle East and Africa. Haggerty Market stocks meats, vegetables, legumes, dry goods and other foods and spices. his grocery store specializes on selling fresh meat from Halal meats and deli to exclusive hand slaughtered Halal Amish Poultry, Haggerty Meat Market sure does have it. They also sell Indian and Pakistani groceries as well as fresh Asian produce. Fresh cut baby goats and lambs with USADA approvals, can also be found here. The store has a special customer loyalty program which gives customer discounts of 5%-10% on purchases of meat and grocery.
A few restaurants and fast food chains are just a short walking distance away from Dye Bros Wayne Park Subdivision, like, Cottage Inn Pizza, L. George's Coney Island, Taco Bell, KFC, Burger King, McDonald's, Ruby Tuesday, and Tim Hortons.
Parks provide a meeting place where community members can develop social ties, and where healthy behavior is modeled and admired. Located 2.3 miles via Michigan Avenue and S Sheldon Road, Freedom Park is more than just a disc golf course it features amenities such as an athletic field, basketball court, horse shoe pits, inline skate rink, pavilion, pedestrian path, pickleball courts, playground, pond, tennis courts, volleyball, and woodland.
Morton Taylor Trailhead is located 0.8 mile via Willard Road South and S Morton Taylor Road. This is a single-track mountain bike trail with newer trail, constructed by conservation group, with several single-track bridges, log ramps, rivers, bridges. This is an incredible oasis hidden in the middle of the city. There are more than 3 miles of crushed gravel pathways and in between are 5 miles of new hiking/biking single-track. The trail consists of 5 (non-directional) half mile and mile long loops with some straight sections in between and more trail will be developed as the township progresses in the future phases. The terrain is relatively flat with some small hills, but is twisty and scenic with optional technical sections and some wooden bridges connecting the two sides of the river. There's also a cool Carved Eagle and animal wooden carved bench for the much needed rest about 1 mile west of the trailhead.
Many shoppers go to the mall not knowing what they are going to get. And that’s the point. It’s exciting—finding that special gift, discovering the famous designer brand is on sale, seeing the latest fashion.
Located 4.5 miles via S Lilley Road is Marshalls, a chain of off-price department stores owned by TJX Companies. Marshalls is U.S.'s second largest off-price family apparel and home fashion retailer, behind its sister company, T.J. Maxx. Marshalls stores offer current-season, brand-name and designer goods for men, women, teens and kids at incredible prices everyday.
JCPenney, located 4.7 miles via S Sheldon Road, has continued to follow consumer traffic, echoing the retailing trend of opening some freestanding stores, including some next door to competitors. In addition to selling conventional merchandise, JC Penney stores often house several leased departments such as Sephora, Seattle's Best Coffee, salons, optical centers, portrait studios and jewelry repair.
There are approximately 850 million visits each year to American museums, more than the attendance for all major league sporting events and theme parks combined. Moreover, museums both serve the public and are community anchors. Located 3.1 miles via S Sheldon Road is where the Canton Historical Society and Museum can be found. The museum lets many kids and people who walk through the museum to get a first-hand experience of what students were like at the one-room Canton Center Schoolhouse. Everything from old-fashioned desks to the original dunce cap used by students is displayed. The museum has many other interesting facts and documents: old pictures, historical documents, Civil War pension records, genealogical materials, township tax records, and historic kitchen items. The museum features special themes according to the time of year, and change the setup of the museum accordingly. The exhibits include 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.
Dye Bros Wayne Park Subdivision Freeway Access
The Dye Bros Wayne Park homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Michigan Avenue, east of Sheldon Road, and 3.8 miles southwest of I-275.
Canton-Plymouth-Mettetal Airport, located 6.1 miles via S Lilley Road, is uncontrolled, and is used for general aviation purposes. No commercial airline service is available, although many small flight schools are based there. Due to the short runway length, touch and go operations, commonly used in flight training, are prohibited. Canton–Plymouth Mettetal Airport covers an area of 63 acres at an elevation of 696 feet above mean sea level. The airport is owned and operated by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). The airport is included in the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems, which categorizes it as a reliever airport.
Dye Bros Wayne Park Subdivision School District
School districts play a very important role in overseeing and making sure that the public schools are serving their purpose. Without proper school districts, the public school system cannot compete with private schools. The Wayne-Westland Community School District serves portions of Canton, Dearborn Heights, Inkster, and Romulus, as well as Wayne and Westland. It employs just shy of 1,500 professionals to serve its 14,100 students, and maintains an operating budget of $113 million.
Wildwood Elementary School, located 7.1 miles via Michigan Avenue and S Newburgh Road, is a public school in Westland, Michigan. It has 542 students in grades K-4. According to state standards, 53% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2015, ranked 4th among 13 ranked elementary schools in the Wayne-Westland Community School District.
Located 2.3 miles via Michigan Avenue, Walker-Winter Elementary School is a public school that serves 438 students in grades K-4 and was ranked one of the highest independent schools in Canton. Walker-Winter Elementary School students actively takes part in sports and athletics like football, baseball, wrestling and basketball and also has its musical band which actively appears in various sports competitions as a cheer leading. In 2015, Walker-Winter Elementary School ranked better than 68% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 2nd among 13 ranked elementary schools in the Wayne-Westland Community School District.
Stevenson Middle School is a public middle school that serves more than 850 students in grades 7-8, located 4.1 miles via Michigan Avenue and Palmer Road. Stevenson Middle School values the following: accepting late work, intervention and enrichment opportunities, multiple opportunities for mastery, the importance of relationships, and individualized instruction. According to state standards, 40% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading.
Located 5.9 miles via Michigan Avenue, Franklin Middle School is a public school that serves 926 students in grades 5-8. The Franklin Community provides a positive environment that continues to develop pride, respect, a sense of responsibility, academic competence and a desire for quality in the lifelong learning process.
Both Franklin and Stevenson Middle Schools are fully accredited members of the North Central Association and serve seventh and eighth grade students. In addition to the core curriculum, the middle schools each offer advanced classes in math and English. Middle School students can also earn high school credit in Algebra and World Language. They also offer a variety of fine art, physical education, technology and other elective credits. Students can also participate in a variety of after-school program and athletic programs.
John Glenn High School is known as the crown jewel of the Wayne-Westland Community School District’s 23 schools, located 6.6 miles via Michigan Avenue and S Newburgh Road. The school, which opened in 1964, was named for astronaut John Glenn, who just two years prior had become the first person to orbit the earth. It currently serves approximately 2,250 of the 14,100 students in the Wayne-Westland district, accepting its students from Marshall and Stevenson Middle Schools. With a variety of challenges, opportunities, and experiences each day, John Glenn High School certainly provides a comprehensive education for its student teachers
Wayne Memorial High School, 5.6 miles via Michigan Avenue, is a public school that serves 1872 students in grades 8-12. At Wayne Memorial High School, students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement course work and exams. The AP participation rate at Wayne Memorial High School is 22 percent. Apart from the comprehensive curriculum that Wayne High offers, it also has different athletic programs such as Cross Country, Soccer, Tennis, Football, Golf, Swimming, Sideline and Competitive Cheer, Volleyball, Basketball, Bowling, Wrestling, Track, and Softball.
Higher education is perceived as extremely important, and for most people a college education has become the necessary admission ticket to good jobs and a middle-class lifestyle.
Michigan State University is situated in a 5,200 acre campus, located 18.8 miles via I-275 N. This public research university pioneered the studies of packaging, hospitality business, plant biology, supply chain management, and telecommunications. The US News and World Report ranks several MSU graduate programs in the nation's top 10, including African history, industrial and organizational psychology, osteopathic medicine, and veterinary medicine, and identifies its graduate programs in elementary education, secondary education, and nuclear physics as the best in the country. MSU has more than 200 programs of undergraduate, graduate, and professional study.
Davenport University, 12.7 miles via I-275 N, is a private, non-profit, multi-location university. It was founded in 1866, and currently offers associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees, diplomas and post-grad certification programs in business, technology, health professions, and graduate studies (MBA). The campus contains one academic building, a field house/student activities center, two suite style residence halls, and one traditional style residence hall with a full cafeteria. Davenport has been fully accredited by the North Central Association of the Higher Learning Commission since 1976 and received its ten-year renewal in 2003-2004. The university offers associate degrees, bachelor's and master's degrees through its four colleges at its main campus, extension locations and online - The College of Arts and Sciences, The College of Health Professions, The College of Technology and The Donald W. Maine College of Business. Davenport University offers 50 areas of study and confers degrees from its four colleges. The university has a faculty-student ratio of 20:1 and an acceptance rate of 93%. 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.
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