Botsford Commons Condominiums for Sale
Botsford Commons Condominiums for sale Farmington Hills MI
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Botsford Commons, Farmington Hills, MI:
- Approx Sale Price Range: $80,000 - $210,000
- Square footage Range: 1,200 - 1,700
- Year Built Range: 1995 - 1997
- School District: Farmington
The Botsford Commons condominiums for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of Folsom Road and east of Orchard Lake Road in the 48336 zip code. Beutiful condominiums with courtyard entry, nestled in a wooded area on a quiet court. Generous sized great room with gas fireplace and FGrench door leading to the deck. Eat-in kitchen comes with white cabinets and an island.The master suite has a walk-in closet and walk-in shower in attached bath. Basement is mostly finished with ample storage space.
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Botsford Commons Condominiums Location
The Botsford Commons condominiums for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of Folsom Road and east of Orchard Lake Road.
Busch's Fresh Food Market is located 3.6 miles via Freedom Road. Busch's products are specifically chosen for exceptional taste and superior ingredients. From local specialty gourmet foods and farm to table produce, to everyday staples, Busch’s delivers only the best. Busch's is the hometown local food market that blends the best of today's freshness and style with the traditional values, personal service and wholesomeness expected from the neighborhood grocer, but seldom find at other supermarkets.
Located 4.3 miles via Freedom Road is Swagath Indian Grocery. The essence of the Indian culture is deeply rooted in time-honored family traditions, a sense of community and home cooked meals. The beauty of the culture and the cuisine brings people together. They consider it the social responsibility to keep the traditions alive and share them with family and friends. Swagath Grocery is committed to bringing the customers the best in traditions and food, the best of India. Swagath Grocery is stocked with the freshest and finest quality products from India. From the Produce Department to the Frozen Department, you will find only the best of Indian cuisine.
Restaurants transcend most economic, social and religious boundaries and restaurants are not just a place to eat, restaurants are a non-denominational cathedral where people from all faiths gather for a common purpose: The atmosphere, the companionship, and the food. The complete social experience. Located 1.8 miles are Rainbow Restaurant, Sushi House, Tofu House, Subway, and Peterlins.
Parks provide a meeting place where community members can develop social ties, and where healthy behavior is modeled and admired.
Riley Skate Park, 3.4 miles via W 8 Mile Road, was designed by some of the best skate park designers in the country, Site Design Group and Grindline. The 29,000 square foot all-concrete park is the area's premier hotspot for skateboarders and in-line skaters. The unique design provides elements for skateboarders/in-line skaters of all skill levels, and spectators the opportunity to view the activity in a comfortable park like setting, for free. Riley Skate Park was named after a donor, George Riley and the Riley Foundation, who gave $500,000 toward the City of Farmington Hills Skate Park project. Riley Skate Park attracts around 200 skaters each day, in addition to the thousands of people who will visit the skate park for skateboard competitions and camps.
In 2005, the Walter E. Sundquist Pavilion and George F. Riley Park were established in the heart of downtown Farmington (a suburb of Detroit), replacing a strip mall parking lot. Located 2 miles via Grand River Avenue, the pavilion and town green now host the Farmington Farmers & Artisans Market, as well as festivals, concerts, and civic events year-round. The farmers market averages thousands of visitors each summer Saturday, and has boosted the downtown economy and helped define downtown Farmington’s sense of place.
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.
West River Centre is located at the corner of Grand River Avenue and Nine Mile Road. It is a community center which opened in 1989. It is an open shopping mall with 2,061 parking spaces. It covers an area of 291,333 sqft. and has about 17 stores. Anchor tenants include Target and Office Max.
Orchard Twelve Plaza is a 67,282 square foot retail shopping center located at one of the premium intersections. The center is located just off 696, which boasts traffic counts in excess of 79,000 cars per day at this intersection. Tenants include: Starbucks, Einsteins Bagels, Verizon Wireless, Jimmy Johns, Scramblers Marie’s, Fast Signs, Embroidme, and more.
Downtown serves as a good incubator for new small businesses – the success of tomorrow. Strips and malls are often too expensive for new entrepreneurs. Lower rents make Downtown a good start up location.
Founded in 1954, the Farmington Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the town’s history and educating the public about its significance. Located 2.7 miles via Freedom Road, they sponsor exhibits, lectures and other events, and they provide tours of the Freedom Trail’s Underground Railroad and Amistad sites. The town is what it is today because of educators like Sarah Porter, who started Miss Porter’s School for girls in 1843; architects such as Theodate Pope, a student of Porter’s who built the home that’s now the Hill-Stead Museum; and collectors like Alfred Pope—one of the first Americans to collect the Impressionist paintings of Monet, Manet, Degas and Whistler—and Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis, who founded the Lewis Walpole Library. Like the river flowing through the town, Farmington’s history is always near at hand, seldom far from view, linking past and present.
Botsford Commons Condominiums Freeway Access
The Botsford Commons condominiums for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of Folsom Road, east of Orchard Lake Road, and northwest of Interstate 96 Express.
Welding Technology Corporation, about 5 miles via Freedom Road, is the primary manufacturing-welding controls and electrical panels are produced on multiple assembly lines and are complemented by full load test stations for validation and quality acceptance. The production environment can handle multiple high volume programs at the same time with various specialized designs.
Botsford Commons Condominiums School District
The school district is in charge of the safety and security of all the schools within its domain. Since school districts function like corporate bodies, they strictly follow the rules and regulations, leaving no room for doubt.
Farmington Public Schools serves 10,000+ students ranging in age from newborn to senior citizen living in Farmington, Farmington Hills, and a portion of West Bloomfield. About 100,000 residents live in this suburban area. The community supports cultural activities, religious institutions, service clubs, civic organizations and a community college.
Gill Elementary School is a public school located 2.8 miles via Folsom Road. It has 456 students in grades K-4. According to state standards, 64% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. Gill Elementary School provides educational classes in a range of subjects, including English, math, reading, basic skills, social studies, and physical and health education. The school maintains a parent-teacher association that organizes various fundraising activities to enhance and enrich the learning experience of students and fosters an environment of excellence in education. Gill Elementary School also operates a library media center that offers a collection of more than 10,000 books and periodicals.
J.A. Lanigan Elementary School is a public school serving 450 students in grades K-4, 2.1 miles via Hawthorne Street. In 2015, it also ranked 7th among 9 ranked elementary schools in the Farmington Public School District. The average number of students for elementary schools in Michigan is 377, so JA Lanigan Elementary School is large. The student to teacher ratio is 19:1, which is significantly higher than the average for all U.S. elementary schools (15:1) and approximately the average for elementary schools in Michigan (18:1).
Children’s Place Montessori, located about a mile via Folsom Road, offers children a wide variety of learning experiences designed to stimulate them in their growth intellectually, physically, emotionally and socially. The Montessori Method begins with a carefully prepared environment which encourages children’s innate curiosity and responds to each child’s unique interests and abilities. In conjunction with this enriched classroom, a structured atmosphere creates a climate capable of meeting children’s needs for freedom while providing them the security of limits.
Power Upper Elementary School serves 690 students in grades 5 - 6, located 3.5 miles via W 8 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.
O.E. Dunckel Middle School is a public school located 4.8 miles via Orchard Lake Road. It has 782 students in grades 7-8. According to state standards, 65% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2015, O.E. Dunckel Middle School ranked better than 90.3% of middle schools in Michigan.
Located 1.5 miles via Folsom Road, Farmington Central High School is a public high school, which serves students ages 16–19 in an alternative setting while meeting the FPS benchmarks. The school is part of Farmington Public Schools. Central High is a consolidated version of Farmington Alternative High School and Farmington Community School. During the day, it is called Farmington Central High School, and is called Farmington Adult Education in the evening. The building was originally Shiawassee Elementary School, which closed in 1980.
Farmington High School is a public high school located 1.7 miles via Orchard Lake Road. The school was established in 1888, and the first sections of the current building were built in 1953, with several renovations and additions occurring since then. As of the 2014-2015 school year, the school educates a student body of 1,140. Farmington High School traces its roots back over 125 years. While no date has been fully confirmed, 1888 has been accepted as the year the school was first established. The school is listed as being first accredited in 1920 by the University of Michigan.
A college education can help increase one's understanding of the community and the world as they explore interests, discover new areas of knowledge, and consider lifelong goals.
Oakland Community College (OCC) is a community college established June 8, 1964 in Oakland County, located 4.2 miles via Orchard Lake Road. With five campuses, it is the largest community college in Michigan and one of the largest in the U.S. The OCC athletic teams are known as the Raiders and compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA). Men's varsity sports include basketball, cross-country, and golf; women's varsity sports include basketball, cross-country, softball, tennis, and volleyball; men's club sports include soccer. OCC also has a competitive speech and performance team (the forensics team) that has had both State and National champions.
University of Phoenix is located about 8 miles via W 8 Mile Road. They 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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