Acorn Valley Homes for Sale
Acorn Valley Homes for sale Farmington Hills, MI
Acorn Valley Homes for sale Farmington Hills, MI
Acorn Valley, Farmington Hills, MI
- Approx Sale Price Range: $150,000 - $310,000
- Square footage Range: 1,800 - 2,500
- Year Built Range: 1980 - 1985
- School District: Farmington
The Acorn Valley homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of 11 Mile Road and east of Middlebelt Road in the 48336 zip code. Absolutely stunning interior and exterior is situated on a premium lot in the desirable Acorn Valley Subdivision. A unique neighborhood to call home with its woods and gorgeous walking trail maintained by the homeowners’ association. The open light-filled great room with wood burning fireplace add to the splendor with exquisite views of nature can be seen from every room. The spacious kitchen offers abundant storage with newer high-end cabinets. The library/office and laundry rooms are also conveniently located on the main floor. The finished walk-out basement has a cozy family room and gas fireplace and also leads to the bottom of the two-tiered deck. Lovely woodland and lush rock gardens surround these homes with beautiful easy-care perennial gardens abound with color or interest all year long.
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Acorn Valley Subdivision Location
The Acorn Valley homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of 11 Mile Road and east of Middlebelt Road.
Patel Brothers, located 4.2 miles via W 11 Mile Road and Orchard Lake Road, with the mission to bring the best ingredients from around the world, right to one's doorstep. With a wide variety of authentic regional ingredients, they strive to reconnect people with the familiar flavor of India.
Walmart Supercenter is located 4.4 miles via Inkster Road. These stock everything a Walmart discount store does, but also include a full-service supermarket, including meat and poultry, baked goods, delicatessen, frozen foods, dairy products, garden produce, and fresh seafood. Many Walmart Supercenters also have a garden center, pet shop, pharmacy, Tire and Lube Express, optical center, one-hour photo processing lab, portrait studio, and numerous alcove shops, such as cellular phone stores, hair and nail salons, video rental stores, local bank branches (newer locations have Woodforest National Bank branches), and fast food outlets, usually Subway but sometimes Dunkin Donuts, McDonald's, Wendy's, Checker's, Burger King or Blimpie.
A number of nearby restaurants are located 2.2 miles via W 10 Mile Road, namely, Hunan Garden, Little Caesars Pizza, Shield's Restaurant Bar Pizzeria, Bangkok City Thai Cuisine, Billy Sims Barbecue, Happy's Pizza, Jimmy John's, Southfield Fish and Chicken, Nikola's, and Skyro's Coney Island.
Woodland Hills is one of the last vestiges of Beech Maple forest left in the area. It is a passive park lending itself to quiet activities only, such as nature walks, bird watching, and nature photography. Located 4.3 miles via W 11 Mile Road, the 1.7 miles of trails on 74 acres meander across and are adjacent to a creek tributary to the Rouge River. They take you on a journey through areas of tangled brush, open field, young forest, mature forest, and wetlands. The park is home to a diverse variety of animal and plant life. Respect and care of this natural oasis will preserve it into the future for generations to come.
Parks define the shape and feel of a city and its neighborhoods. They also function as a conscious tool for revitalization. Located 2.7 miles via Inkster Road and W 9 Mile Road, inside the Beech Woods Park, Beech Woods Recreation Center features over 17,000 square feet of gymnasium space. The Center has the capability to run three collegiate basketball games simultaneously in addition to four volleyball or tennis courts, indoor golf nets, and a complete wellness/fitness center. Beech Woods Recreation Center also offers sporting opportunities for people with disabilities and for seniors ages 50 and over. Adaptive programs include wheelchair basketball, golf and tennis. Senior adult programs include bounce volleyball, tennis and golf. Beech Woods Recreation Center is nestled in the southwest corner of Southfield, on Beech Road just south of Nine Mile Road.
There are a number of reasons why people shop at malls. For one thing, shopping malls are extremely convenient. In addition malls provide shoppers with a great variety of stores and shopping opportunities. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, malls are great places for entertainment.
Cooley Lake Plaza is a great neighborhood retail shopping center located at the corner of Cooley Lake Road just East of South Williams Lake Road, surrounded by a huge residential community. The neighborhood shopping center has strong visibility and great accessibility to the main roads. National retailers including: CVS, Dollar Tree, O'Reilly Auto Parts, Pet Supplies Plus & Advance Auto Parts are all operating within a half mile of the site. It is within close proximity to M‐5, I‐275, I‐96 and I‐696 express ways.
Orchard Mall is an intimate high-end shopping destination located 5.9 miles via Inkster Road and M-10 N. This intimate enclosed neighborhood mall is situated at the heart of what is one of the most populous, affluent and desirable suburbs of Detroit. Orchard Mall offers the comfort of shopping amongst a community that shares values. It is known for great personal service and attention to detail. Most boutiques are entrepreneurial and family-owned, with the unique ingenuity and creativity that comes from proprietors who have turned passions into livelihoods. Orchard Mall has evolved with its customer base. Offering a variety of upscale boutiques, salons and eateries, Orchard Mall caters to a discerning, hip shopper.
Downtown is the heart of the community. It is an important community space where members of all segments of the community can meet equally for parades, speeches, and other community events. Located 3.5 miles via W 10 Mile Road and Orchard Lake Road, Zap Zone is Farmington Michigan's premier spot for family fun and entertainment. Featuring multi-level, state-of-the-art laser tag arenas, there has never been a better place to find an interactive, heart-healthy way to play with your kids. A premier family fun destination with other attractions include laser tag, glo-golf, bumper cars, cannon blaster balladium and a huge arcade with prizes. Walk-ins are welcome. Great idea for birthday parties and group events.
Acorn Valley Subdivision Freeway Access
The Acorn Valley homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of 11 Mile Road, east of Middlebelt Road, and west of Interstate 696.
Botsford Hospital, located 4.7 miles via W 10 Mile Road, is a 330-bed health care facility serving communities in southern Oakland and western Wayne Counties including Farmington, Farmington Hills, Livonia, Redford, Dearborn Heights, Detroit, Southfield, West Bloomfield, Novi, Northville, Plymouth, Lyon Township and Wixom. The hospital earned three year accreditation from the American Osteopathic Association's Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program in 2008. Botsford Hospital is a teaching hospital for the training of osteopathic physicians. It is a base hospital for Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Acorn Valley Subdivision School District
School districts are the organizations that are most invested in the success of school turnaround at scale – and that are in the best position to ensure that success. Districts are the only entities that have a public mandate to educate all their community’s children, formal access to the resources needed to do that, and public accountability for using those resources equitably.
Most of Farmington Hills is served by Farmington Public Schools, which is shared with nearby Farmington. It is home to North Farmington High School and Harrison High School, while Farmington High School in Farmington serves portions of Farmington Hills.
Highmeadow Common Campus School, 3.6 miles via Middlebelt Road, is a public school of choice, housing 303 students in grades Kindergarten through fifth grade, operated by Farmington Public Schools for families who live within the District. Highmeadow follows the same curriculum as the other elementary schools, but the instructional approach is different. Highmeadow is currently working on becoming a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) school by creating a STEAM philosophy. Students take part in design challenges as they deepen their knowledge of the common core and principles of engineering. In 2015, Highmeadow Common Campus School ranked better than 77.2% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 3rd among 9 ranked elementary schools in the Farmington Public School District.
Kenbrook Elementary School is a public school serving 379 students in grades K-4, located 5 miles via Inkster Road and 12 Mile Road. According to state standards, 67% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2015, Kenbrook Elementary School ranked better than 65% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 6th among 9 ranked elementary schools in the Farmington Public School District.
Located 3.4 miles via W 10 Mile Road and Middlebelt Road, Concordia Lutheran School has a total of 51 students in grades Kindergaten to 4. The mission of Concordia Lutheran School is, with one heart, to educate God's children to grow as disciples in His Word through a Christ-centered education. Concordia is an association school supported by two LCMS congregations. The North Campus houses kindergarten to grade four.
Power Upper Elementary School serves 690 students in grades 5 - 6, located 6 miles via W 9 Mile Road, and provides a safe and caring environment, which allows students and staff to maximize individual growth as they make transitions in a changing world. Power Upper Elementary School has the smallest middle school student body size in the Farmington Public School District. Student population at Power Upper Elementary School is diverse.
East Middle School is a public school with 922 students in grades 7-8, 2 miles via W 10 Mile Road and Middlebelt Road. According to state standards, 57% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. East Middle School provides a safe and nurturing environment with quality learning experiences empowering all students to be enriched socially and culturally.
Harrison High School (also known as "Farmington Harrison" or simply as "Harrison"), located 3 miles via Inkster Road and 12 Mile Road, is a four-year secondary institution. The schools fields students from the cities of Farmington and Farmington Hills, and a portion of West Bloomfield Township. As of the 2015-2016 school year, the school educates a student body of 1,083. Harrison High School’s Mission is "to develop students to be caring and engaged learners who make informed decisions as they become internationally minded in their stewardship of the world and its resources." Harrison's mascot is the Hawk and its colors are green and gold. In March 2016, the Farmington school board announced that the school will be closed following the 2018-19 academic year, citing lower student populations in the city of Farmington Hills.
North Farmington High School is located 5.4 miles via W 11 Mile Road and Orchard Lake Road. The school was established in 1961, and, as of the 2014-2015 school year, educates a student body of 1,246. North Farmington does not assign class rank. If college applications require class rank information, for scholarships or otherwise, North Farmington will include a letter stating that the school does not rank students, as well as the rationale behind the decision not to perform ranking.
College gives students time to perfect useful skills and to seek out areas that interest them. It may also give graduates an economic edge throughout their careers.
Lawrence Technological University (LTU), frequently referred to as Lawrence Tech, is a private university located 4 miles via W 10 Mile Road. Lawrence Tech was founded in 1932 in Highland Park as Lawrence Institute of Technology (LIT) by Russell E. Lawrence. The university moved to Southfield in 1955 and has since expanded to 107 acres. The campus also includes the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Affleck House and the Detroit Center for Design + Technology in Midtown Detroit. Lawrence Tech is considered one of the foremost private technological universities. The university has consistently been among the Top Tier for "Universities–Master's (Midwest)" by U.S. News & World Report. Bloomberg-Businessweek also reported that the earning power of a Lawrence Tech bachelor's degree ranks in the highest 30 percent of all U.S. universities. Other distinctions include: Princeton Review "Best in the Midwest" in 2010; Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recognition, 2009; G. I. Jobs "Military Friendly School," 2010; State of Michigan Center of Excellence for Sustainable Infrastructure and Structural Testing; an Intel "Top 50 Unwired Campus"; a Michigan Green Leader; Architectural Record among "America's Best Architectural Schools" in construction methods and materials; and Michigan's Going Green Award." The school offers undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs in STEAM fields (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics). The university's four colleges are Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Management. LTU's athletic teams are known as the Blue Devils. They compete in Division II of the NAIA and joined the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference in 2012.
Located 4.6 miles via W 10 Mile Road, University of Phoenix have access to university degree programs in a variety of fields, including business management, nursing, criminal justice, technology, psychology, human services and education. In order to accommodate the needs of busy adults who have work and personal commitments, classes generally meet once a week at the Southfield Learning Center in the evening. However, if it is still difficult for one to find time to dedicate to academic pursuits, one might consider pursuing education through the Online Campus degree programs available through University of Phoenix. With an online college course, one can earn a university degree by logging onto dedicated forums where they can access coursework and communicate with instructors and classmates. Best of all, one can control when to study, whether they prefer to work late at night, at midday or early in the morning.
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