Ann Arbor Woods
Ann Arbor City
With its close proximity to downtown Ann Arbor and abundance of recreational parks, Ann Arbor Woods offers a combination of secluded charm and city convenience.
Built between the 1950s and 1990s, Ann Arbor Woods features solidly constructed tri-levels, brick ranch-style, and colonial homes with floor plans designed to meet the needs of households of all sizes. Homes are typically 1,100-2356 sq. ft. sitting on curving, tree-lined streets add to the neighborhood's aesthetic.
Situated between Washtenaw Avenue and the intersection of Packard Street and Packard Road, the neighborhood is less than four miles from University of Michigan campuses and Main Street's shops and restaurants. In addition to enjoying easy access to Trader Joe's, Briarwood Mall, US-23 and I-94, Ann Arbor Woods residents also take advantage of the community's location between Buhr and County Farm parks. County Farm Park offers kid-friendly and adult swimming pools, picnic areas, outdoor tennis courts, and softball and soccer fields, while Buhr Park includes nature trails and the Meri Lou Murray Recreation Center.
Students from Ann Arbor Woods attend Allen Elementary (located at the heart of the neighborhood) or Bryant/Pattengill Elementary, Tappan Middle School and Pioneer High School.
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