Farmington Gardens Homes for Sale
Farmington Gardens Homes for sale Farmington Hills MI
Farmington Gardens Homes for sale Farmington Hills MI
Farmington Gardens: Farmington Hills, MI
- Approx Sale Price Range: $70,000 - $300,000
- Square footage Range: 1,100 - 3,300
- Year Built Range: 1952 - 1955
- School District: Farmington
The Farmington Gardens homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the north of Shiawassee Street and east of Middlebelt Road in the 48336 zip code. Meticulously maintained homes in the quiet subdivision of Farmington Gardens. The great room has cathedral ceiling, recessed lighting and beautiful gas fireplace. The country-style kitchen has gorgeous custom-built cabinets and granite counter tops. Enjoy a relaxing setting in the fenced backyard with lots of privacy.
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Farmington Gardens Subdivision Location
The Farmington Gardens homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the north of Shiawassee Street and east of Middlebelt Road.
Walmart Supercenter is located 2.1 miles via Middlebelt 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.
Kroger, located 3.3 miles via W 9 Mile Road and W 8 Mile Road, 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.
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. 1.8 miles via Middlebelt Road and Grand River Avenue are nearby restaurants such as Mayberry's Family Restaurant, White Castle, and El Nibble Nook.
Parks provide intrinsic environmental, aesthetic, and recreation benefits to cities and also a source of positive economic benefits.
Heritage Park, located 3.5 miles via Shiawassee Street and W 10 Mile Road, is a 211-acre park with 4.5 miles of trails for hiking and nature study. In the winter these trails are used for cross-country skiing. A large picnic area is located at the north end of the park. It includes a splash pad, group picnic shelter, youth playground, in-ground grills, two sand volleyball courts, an in-line hockey rink and six horseshoe pits. The picnic shelter is available on a "first-come" basis, but may be reserved in advance for a nominal fee. Also located in Heritage Park are the Spicer House, Stables Art Studio, Day Camp, Nature Center and Amphitheatre buildings.
Located 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.
Kendallwood Shopping Center provides great visibility and accessibility to both Twelve Mile and Farmington Roads. Notable tenants include Heartland Marketplace, Qdoba, Hallmark, Little Caesars, Dairy Queen, The UPS Store, Rite Aid and Jersey Mike's.
Laurel Park Place Mall is an enclosed upscale shopping mall. The mall features over 70 restaurants and stores, with Carson's and Von Maur as anchor stores. Laurel Park Place includes the Phoenix movie theaters, restaurants, a food court, the attached Livonia Marriott Hotel, and an office tower. Other retail stores found inside the Laurel Park Place Mall are J-Trends, LensCrafters, Sleep number, Crazy 8, The Limited, Pro Sport Zone, Easy Spirit, Godiva Chocolatier, White House Black Market, Gap, The Limited, Bath and Body Works, Eddie Bauer, and Sunglass Hut.
Downtown helps reduce urban sprawl by concentrating activity in one area. Governor Warner Mansion and Museum, located 2.7 miles via W 9 Mile Road and Grand River Avenue, is the former home of Michigan governor Fred Warner (1905-1911). Filled with historic artifacts, memorabilia from 1850 through 1920. The mansion sits on approximately three acres surrounding gardens. Museum is open March to December, Wednesdays and the first Sunday of each month 1-5pm. During the Founders Festival, the third week in July, the Museum is open Friday 1-5pm, Saturday 12-8pm, and Sunday 12-4pm. Tours, conducted by docents, will be given during hours of operation. The Museum can arrange additional tours for groups any day if requested. Also, Grounds are available for weddings but need to be booked in advance.
Farmington Gardens Subdivision Freeway Access
The Farmington Gardens homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the north of Shiawassee Street, east of Middlebelt Road, and northwest of Interstate 96 Express.
Located 5.6 miles via Farmington Road, Akebono Brake Corporation provides the world’s automotive industry with advanced braking and noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) solutions, with more than 85 years of brake design and production expertise. Akebono manufactures a wide range of brake friction materials and foundation brake assemblies, including disc brake calipers and drum brakes, employing the Akebono Production System (APS). This business approach features proven quality control techniques to guarantee minimal process variation in all phases of production. Embraced throughout the organization, APS enables the company to consistently achieve nearly zero defects per million parts produced.
Farmington Gardens Subdivision School District
The school districts are appointed by a legislative body, therefore they are accountable for their actions. A school district may not necessarily be serving one town or region. There are school districts that span a number of towns, supervising all the elementary and secondary public schools in their domain.
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.
Gill Elementary School is a public school located 3.3 miles via W 9 Mile Road and 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.
Highmeadow Common Campus School 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. Located 4.3 miles via Middlebelt Road. 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.
Red Hill Montessori Academy, 4.5 miles via Middlebelt Road, is an outstanding our-school-imageschool, highly ranked in teaching achievements. The development of a healthy value system is part of the Montessori method. Students work to develop strong core values, such as honesty, self-esteem, and respect for others daily throughout a normal school day. Children are placed in a classroom where they will be most triumphant. The student body, consisting of children from numerous cultural backgrounds, lends to the beauty and diversity that our school entails. Knowledgeable, loving teachers and supportive parents are at the heart of this school.
Warner Upper Elementary School is a public school with 828 students in grades 5-6, located 5.7 miles via Middlebelt Road. The mission of the Warner Upper Elementary School staff, parents, and community is to provide each student with a safe, supportive and engaging environment, a diverse education emphasizing excellence in achievement, and skills enabling them to become self-sufficient and respectful citizens who contribute responsibly to the world.
O.E. Dunckel Middle School is a public school located 4.6 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.
Harrison High School (also known as "Farmington Harrison" or simply as "Harrison") is a four-year secondary institution, located 3.5 miles via Middlebelt Road. 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 5.9 miles via 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.
The benefits of a college education include career opportunities like better paying and higher skilled jobs, but studies have shown that it also leads to overall happiness and stability.
Michigan State University, situated in a 5,200 acre campus, is located 8.7 miles via M-5 W. 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.
Located 8.8 miles via M-5 W is South University. Established in 1899, South University is a private academic institution dedicated to providing educational opportunities for the intellectual, social, and professional development of a diverse student population. The Novi, Michigan campus offers focused and balanced curricula at the bachelor's degree level in the areas of business administration, criminal justice, healthcare management, and psychology. Other degree programs offered include a Master of Arts in professional counseling and a Master of Business Administration. South University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees.
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