Westbrooke Manor Homes for Sale
Westbrooke Manor Homes for sale Canton MI
Westbrooke Manor Homes for sale Canton MI
Westbrooke Manor, Canton, MI
- Approx Sale Price Range: $100,000 - $240,000
- Square footage Range: 1,300 - 2,200
- Year Built Range: 1972 - 1975, 1986
- School District: Plymouth - Canton
The Westbrooke Manor homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Ford Road and west of Lilley Road in the 48187 zip code. These stunning homes has an open floor plan and lots of great features to boast about starting from the family room with natural gas fireplace and a door wall leading to the large patio. The kitchen has lots of custom-made maple cabinets, cozy breakfast nook, beautiful granite counter tops, and stainless steel appliances. The spacious living room is perfect for entertaining guests and has a large bay window for natural sunlight. The very relaxing ambience of the master suite also has vaulted ceilings and recessed lighting, with a master bath and dual vanity sinks. The finished basement can either serve as a recreational room, storage space, or an additional living area. Enjoy Canton's amenities, just minutes away.
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Westbrooke Manor Subdivision Location
The Westbrooke Manor homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Ford Road and west of Lilley Road.
ALDI is located 0.7 mile via Keystone and N Lilley Road. This is 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.
Another busy grocery store is located 1.2 miles via N Lilley Road known as, August Chinese Supermarket. This Asian grocery store has been serving the community with high quality products since 2003. Some of the products that can be found in August Chinese Supermarket are rice, beans, noodles and soups, sauces and condiments, tea and herbs, desserts, beverages and ice creams, snacks, frozen seafood and meat products, fresh vegetables and fruits, and kitchen supplies.
A number of restaurants and fast food chains close to the Westbrooke Manor Subdivision are located along Ford Road, just a short walking distance of 0.5 mile via Morrison Boulevard and Ford Road, namely, Genova Pizzeria, Outback Steakhouse, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, Plato's Coney Island, Chopstick House, Toarmina's Pizza, Aji Ten Japanese Restaurant, and BD's Mongolian Grill.
Parks define the shape and feel of a city and its neighborhoods. They also function as a conscious tool for revitalization. Located 4.2 miles via N Lilley Road is Morton Taylor Trailhead. 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.
Fairground Park, located 4.1 miles via N Lilley Road, is one of the larger parks with plenty of activities for people of all ages. There is a playground with swing-sets, a tire swing, a jungle gym and monkey bars. There are also soccer and softball fields, a small basketball court with a basketball hoop and a sand volleyball court. For the more leisurely park-goers, there are picnic tables, benches and beautifully landscaped flower beds.
Malls offer free year round entertainment for all ages, including musical/choral groups, dancers and a wide range of other events designed to engage and entertain. No other retail venue can provide the level of entertainment a mall can.
1.5 miles via Ford Road is Canton Corners, an open shopping center that offers multiple ingress and egress points. Retail stores that can be found within Canton Corners are Cigar hut, The UPS Store, Road Runner Sports, TC Gators, Fireside Hearth & Home, Hobby Lobby, HomeGoods, BuyBuy Baby, Red Wings Shoes, Gold Sells, Comic City and Signarama.
Westchester Square Mall is located 3.8 miles via Morton Taylor Road and Main Street, this is a strip of quaint and cozy shops that includes outdoor paths in between each shops. Aside from the stained glass gallery, supply stores and other small independent ships, Westchester Square mall also offers other retail shops as, Sunny J's, Forest Tailoring, Three Dog Bakery, Genuine Toy Co., Basket Kreations, SteelFish Design, Britt's Bow Wow Boutique and Spa, Mac Bench, Omelette & Waffle Cafe, Maya’s Deli and The Burger Spot.
In an increasingly digital world, the role of libraries as community and cultural centers at times are undervalued, and occasionally under fire. When shrinking municipal budgets combine with the nonstop technological revolution, public library services that focus on building community face-to-face, inspiring and educating patrons about art, literature, and music, and helping patrons engage in civil discourse can seem quaint. But it is precisely those shrinking budgets and the onslaught of technologically mediated life that make public libraries’ cultural and community offerings more important than ever. Located 2.9 miles via Saltz Road is the Canton Public Library. This library serves more than 90,000 residents of Canton Township, it is the busiest single-branch library in the state, containing approximately 270,600 unique titles and 307,300 total materials. Canton Public Library has murals painted on the walls, art installations that make tentative debut and becomes beloved landmarks within the library. Canton Public Library was established in 1980 and employs over one hundred people in full-time, part-time, seasonal and on-call positions.
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The Westbrooke Manor homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Ford Road, west of Lilley Road, and 6.6 miles northwest of I-275.
Downtown Canton is where most of the government offices are located, just 2.6 miles via Saltz Road, namely, the Assessor's Office that maintains all assessment records for residential, commercial and industrial properties within the Township. Building and Inspection Services, the division is responsible for ensuring that township standards for local building codes, ordinances, and construction are met. Clerk's Office, that maintains the records of the Township, administering all Township elections, issuing licenses and is the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) coordinator. Engineering Services, ensures that the community engineering design and construction standards are met. The Finance and Budget includes Purchasing, Budgeting and Accounting, and Information Technology Services. Human Resources, ensures that the Charter Township of Canton does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Planning Services is responsible for reviewing proposed development plans ensure that they meet all zoning requirements of the township. Canton Public Safety consists of the police and fire divisions. Public Works is broken into six sections; Fleet Maintenance, Water, Sanitary Sewer, Environmental and Customer Service, and Asset Management. Treasurer’s Office, includes tax payments and information, property tax search, water rates and billing, and more.
Westbrooke Manor Subdivision School District
Plymouth-Canton School District includes 26 schools and serves more than 19,300 students in grades PK through 12. This school district regulates the schools surrounding the Westbrooke Manor Subdivision.
Miller Elementary School is located 1.1 miles via Morton Taylor Road and enrolls more than 450 students from grades PK to 5 with 22 teacher. In 2014, Miller Elementary School ranked better than 96.2% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 2nd among 15 ranked elementary schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District.
Eriksson Elementary School, located 1.5 miles via Ford Road and N Haggerty Road, has 526 students in grades PK and K-5 and follows the core curriculum standards and benchmarks established by the State of Michigan for elementary school students. The school offers a wide variety of special programs and services namely, Literacy Interventionists for students K-2 and Title I, Resource Room for special education students, speech support, English Language Learners program, a School Psychologist, School Social Worker, a Counselor, a Media Center, and a computer lab. The student/teacher ratio at Eriksson Elementary School is 16.9, which is the 6th best among 15 elementary schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District.
Located 2.5 miles via N Lilley Road and S Hagerty Road is Schoolhouse Montessori, a private, Montessori school that serves almost 200 students in grades PK-6 and has 5 different curriculum such as Language Arts Curriculum that focuses on the students reading, writing and grammar. Mathematics Curriculum teaches students to master the skills of all four operations (both simple and complex) at an abstract level. They work with decimals, multiples and fractions using Montessori materials and use the bead cabinet to explore powers and square root concepts. History Curriculum bases the study on the timeline of life and of man. Students study great civilizations of the past, the present United States history, and the great state of Michigan. By diversifying the study of history children study in depth the needs of people in different time periods, as they relate to them and society as a whole. Nature and Science Curriculum, the study of science covers the life, physical, and earth sciences. Students study, learn and practice the scientific process and become more adept at planning and presenting projects through scientific research. Lastly, additional subjects namely, foreign language, music (including with recorders), art and physical education. Students also learn basic computer functions, keyboarding and are introduced to Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
East Middle School is located 3.4 miles via N Lilley Road. This is a public school with 769 students and 37.1 teachers. East Middle School ranked 3rd among 5 ranked middle schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District. In 2014, East Middle School ranked better than 94.3% of middle schools in Michigan. In 2013, East Middle School chess teams competed in the Michigan Scholastic Team Chess Championship at Michigan State University, with more than 800 students from across the state competed in the tournament, East Middle School teams won second place in the K-9 Championship Section, and sixth place in K-6 Championship Section.
Discovery Middle School opened its doors in 2001 and current has an enrollment of about 900 students in grades 6 through 8 and is located 1.8 miles via Ford Road and Sheldon Road. In 2014, Discovery Middle School ranked better than 95.9% of middle schools in Michigan. It also ranked first among 5 ranked middle schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District. Aside from the extensive curriculum that the school has, Discovery Middle School also has extracurricular activities, one of which is the Discovery Middle School Band. The mission of the Discovery Middle School Band is to provide students with activities that instill pride, teamwork, motivation, leadership, self-esteem, values and respect, while recognizing the individual talents and contributions of all members. The Discovery Middle School Band Program consists of over 200 students annually in grades 6 through 8. Class offerings include two brass classes, two percussion classes, two woodwind classes, and three concert bands. All students participate in Symphonic Band (8th), Concert Band (7th), and Beginning Band (6th), and have opportunities to perform in chamber ensembles, percussion ensembles, and other small instrumental groups throughout the year. The Discovery Bands have performed at Walt Disney World in Orlando for the Magic Music Days festival; they have also performed at the Festivals of Music competition in Chicago, IL and were awarded superior ratings and a class championship. The band has also performed at the Lincoln Memorial Concert Series in Washington, D.C., and also had clinics with the United States Marine Band (The President’s Own).
The Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, commonly PCEP or "The Park", is located 4.3 miles via Ann Arbor Road and encompasses three public secondary schools - Salem High School, Canton High School and Plymouth High School. PCEP is located on a 305-acre (1.23 km2) campus. The schools operate a joint academic program and, for most sports, individual athletic programs. Certain extracurricular activities, such as choir, orchestra, the Plymouth-Canton Marching Bandm the FIRST Tobotics Team, equestrian, figure skating, girls hockey, and the united dance team are combined. One advantage to the 3-in-1 idea is reduced cost: there is only one auto shop (at Canton), one culinary arts facility (at Salem), two darkrooms for photography (both at Canton), one varsity football field (at Canton), two swimming pools (at Salem & Canton), two soccer and football fields (at Canton and Plymouth), one Robotics Shop (at Canton), and one band complex (at Plymouth). There are many clubs dedicated to different languages and cultures, and lifestyles such as the African American Student Association, Spanish and Latino Students' Association (SALSA), Asian Pacific American Club (APAC), The Chinese Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Polish American Club, Indian-American Student Association (IASA), French Club, Muslim Student Association (MSA), Middle Eastern Student Association, Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA), Secular Student Alliance, and the Diversity Council. An annual Celebration of Diversity (COD) is held by some cultural clubs for support and recognition. Students at PCEP have the unique opportunity to take a course in which they operate The Rock Café, a restaurant located inside Salem High School and open to the public. This gives students real-world experience in business, marketing, nutrition, customer service, as well as cooking. The 2-hour long block course, known as Hospitality and Culinary Arts: Restaurant Operation, trains students on the job for careers in the restaurant, food service, and hospitality business using the nationally recognized Pro-Start Certification Curriculum.
Earning a college degree is all about opening up opportunities in life. It prepares an individual, both intellectually and socially, for their career and adult life.
University of Michigan is the state's oldest university which was founded in 1817, is located 18.0 miles via M-153 W. Considered one of the foremost research universities in the United States, the university has very high research activity and its comprehensive graduate program offers doctoral degrees in the humanities, social sciences, and STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) as well as professional degrees in business, medicine, law, pharmacy, nursing, social work and dentistry. Michigan's body of living alumni (as of 2012) comprises more than 500,000. Besides academic life, Michigan's athletic teams compete in Division I of the NCAA and are collectively known as the Wolverines.
Washtenaw Community College, located 14.1 miles via Ford Road, was founded in 1965, WCC welcomes more than 13,000 people from over 100 countries for study each year and grants certificates and degrees to over 1,400 students annually. The college offers approximately 100 credit programs in business, health and public service, humanities and social science, math and natural sciences, and technology.
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