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Patty Ann: Livonia, MI
- Approx Price Range: $60,000 to $250,000
- Square Ft Range: 1000 to 1700
- Year Built: 1958 to 1960
- School District: Livonia
Patty Ann homes for sale in Livonia, MI are located east of Middlebelt Rd and south of 5 Mile Rd. The subdivision is in 48154 zip code. There are 57 homes in the subdivision and they are ranch in style. Homes are settled on low-maintenance lots with plenty of mature trees and perennials. Homes offer family room with fireplace, living room, and spacious kitchen with breakfast nook. Family rooms have a fireplace and large window overlooking private rear yard. Homes offer 3 to 4 bedrooms and 2.1 baths. Homes also have a basement for additional bedroom, storage or recreation room. Garages are attached and can accommodate 2 cars. Patty Ann is close to Compton Park with pool and expressway. It is also close to several dining and shopping destinations. Nearby subdvisions are Algonquin Park and Marcy Ann.
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Patty Ann Subdivision Location
Homes in Patty Ann, Livonia, MI are located off Middlebelt Rd and south of Five Mile Rd.
Short walk from the subdivision are several dining like Taco Bell, Szechuan Empire, Fortune Buffet and Westborn Market, a grocery.
Livonia Plaza Shopping Center is 1 mile west of Patty Ann. It is anchored by Kroger and T.J. Maxx. Across are Dollar Tree, Merri-Bowl Lanes and Wendy's.
Livonia Marketplace is 2 miles north. It is a shopping mall in the Detroit suburb of Livonia, Michigan. Opened in 2010, the center is anchored by Sears and Wal-Mart. It occupies the site of the former Livonia Mall, which was an enclosed mall built in 1964. Livonia Mall lost the majority of its tenants in the 2000s, including its previous anchor stores of Crowley's (later Value City), Mervyns and Children's Palace. The mall was closed in May 2008, with only the Sears remaining from the original property.
Wonderland Village is 2.5 miles south. It is an outdoor shopping center originally named Wonderland Center. Wonderland Center opened in 1959 as an open-air shopping center on the site of a former airport. The center is located at the southwest corner of Middlebelt Road and Plymouth Road, approximately one mile south of I-96. Walmart and Target are the complex's anchor stores.
Algonquin Park is a mile from the subdivision. It is a publick tennis facility with 2 tennis courts. There's also a playscape for kids to enjoy.
Rotary Park is 3 miles north. It's a big park with tennis courts, 5 pavillons, volley ball courts, a 1/2 mile paved walking path, baseball diamond, and a play structure. A great green space.
Livonia also boasts a state-of-the-art Community Recreation Center located 2 miles from the subdivision. It features a giant pool slide, leisure pool with water sprays, competitive pool, two gymnasiums, two multi-activity courts, fitness hub with training equipment, indoor track, climbing wall, aerobics room, party rooms, giant play structure and gymnastics area. Outside, the “Rec Center” offers four soccer fields, in-line skate rink, skateboard park, walking path, two sand volleyball courts and a water spray ground.
Patty Ann Subdivision Freeway Access
Patty Ann is 1 mile north of I-96.
Livonia enjoys a strategic location second-to-none in the region, with easy east-west access via the Jeffries Expressway (I-96) and north-south along the I-275 expressway.
There are some 4,000 businesses in Livonia. Major local employers include Ford Motor Company (5.5 miles southwest), United Parcel Services (UPS) (1 mile), Roush Enterprises (2.5 miles), NYX Inc., Phillips Service Industries, Inc., McLaren Performance Technologies, and St. Mary Mercy Hospital.
Livonia's industrial and manufacturing heart is largely concentrated in a 6-square-mile corridor combining major railroad and highway access to all sections of the metropolitan region.
Patty Ann Subdivision School District
Patty Ann students attend Livonia Public Schools. The school district serves most of the city of Livonia and the northernmost portions of Westland. The Livonia Public Schools District is a closed school district and does not accept students outside of its designated geographical boundaries. Those school boundaries are determined by the Board of Education. Transfers from within the school district must be approved through central office authorities.
Roosevelt Elementary is a a mile from the subdivision. The school, is comprised of approximately 400 students in grades preK-4. Roosevelt is also home to the Roosevelt Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) preschool program. The school boasts a media specialist and other professional support staff, including a school psychologist, school social worker, an Elementary Support Teacher, speech and language therapists, a resource classroom teacher, a teacher consultant, and outreach, occupational and physical therapist, and homebound or hospitalized services.
Cooper Upper Elementary School is 4 miles south. It is an innovative and collaborative environment where students, staff, parents, and community work together to create an authentic learning experience that differentiates and sets high expectations for future leaders to find their voice while providing structure and safety that respects the needs of all.
Emerson Middle School is 2.5 miles south. Over a span of five decades, the school has continued to serve the Livonia and Westland community by providing a quality educational program to thousands of students. The Emerson school day runs from 8:00 A.M. - 2:49 P.M. and consists of six periods during which all students must take required Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Science courses. Each semester, seventh and eighth grade student may also choose two electives classes.
Franklin High School is 3.5 miles south. It's is a comprehensive high school that services students in grades nine through twelve. Pupil enrollment is approximately 1,800 and there are over ninety faculty members. Total staff numbers over 180. They operate on a traditional school day of six class periods that meet every day and campus is a closed campus which means students eat their lunch at school. The student daily schedule runs from 7:25 a.m. to 2:20 p.m. Daily average attendance is 94.5%
There are also private schools near the subdivision:
St Paul's Lutheran School is 4 miles northwest. It was opened in 1947 by the WELS Christians of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The school has received accreditation for K-8 grade-school through the National Counsel for Private School Accreditation.
St Edith Catholic School is 6 miles west. It provides a Catholic Christian environment nurturing children in mind, spirit and body, providing faith-filled worship experiences and high-quality education allowing students to grow and develop as a whole person.
Ladywood High School is across St Edith Catholic School. It's a Catholic college-preparatory school for young women, committed to providing an outstanding educational environment within the Felician-Franciscan tradition and the mission of Blessed Mary Angela Truszkowska, foundress of the Felician Sisters.
Madonna University is located 4.5 miles west. Founded by the Felician Sisters in 1937, Madonna University is an independent, Catholic liberal arts university located in suburban Livonia. Madonna University offers a comprehensive liberal arts education integrated with career preparation. This means that graduates acquire the critical skills and abilities that employers say they want in new employees: communication skills, problem solving, analytical thinking, and the ability to work in collaborative groups. A Madonna University education is also an education for the whole person, focusing on the intellectual, spiritual, and personal development to prepare students to live as successful and productive citizens of American society. The University is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), competing in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC). Men's sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, golf and soccer; while women's sports include basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball and volleyball.
Oakland Community College is 8.5 miles north. OCC has 5 campuses and Orchard Ridge Campus in Farmington Hills is the largest. It's an award-winning Culinary Studies Institute is found in Orchard Ridge Campus. The campus is also known as the fine and performing arts campus, and offers visual and performing arts programs as well as several design programs. Throughout the year, the Wallace F. Smith Theatre offers cultural events, including theatre and dance performances open to the community and students.
Eastern Michigan University is a comprehensive, co-educational public university that was founded in 1849 as Michigan State Normal School. Located 9 miles west, the school offers degrees and programs at the bachelor's, master's, specialist's and doctoral levels. There are more than 200 majors and minors at the undergraduate level, and more than 170 graduate programs. EMU has six Academic Divisions and eight University Sites which include satellite campuses. Just like many other large universities EMU does offer online courses and degrees. Currently, EMU comprises seven colleges and schools: College of Arts and Sciences, College of business, College of Education, College of Health and Human Services, College of Technology, an Honors College, and a Graduate School. The university's site is composed of an academic and athletic campus spread across 800 acres with over 120 buildings. EMU has a total enrollment of more than 23,000 students. The school is a culturally diverse learning and teaching community set in a small city environment, amid a major metropolitan area. Students, attracted by the school's atmosphere and location, come not only from the Metro Detroit area but from the entire state of Michigan; EMU is well known both nationally and internationally.
Art Institute of Michigan is 15 miles northwest. This school is a branch of Illinois Institute of Art in Chicago. The school provides education in media arts, design, fashion and culinary arts. It is accredited by the higher commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The school has approximately 596 under graduates and the acceptance rate is 59%.
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