Ann Arbor City
Built in the mid 1990's, Orchard Place features larger, two-story homes in contemporary or colonial designs. Small front yards and lush landscaping contribute to a more rural feel than one would expect in such a convenient location. Residents are also sure to enjoy the neighborhood's proximity to the Huron River and the many parks (Argo Park and the Canoe Livery to name a few) that line the river's pathways.
Located in the city's northeastern section (just north of Baron Road off Pontiac Trail), Orchard Place is situated within walking or biking distance of some of the Ann Arbor's top offerings, including the University of Michigan, Kerrytown, various farmer's markets and the shops and restaurants along downtown's Main Street corridor. The University of Michigan's north campus and medical centers are also close by, as are the services and amenities along M-14 and US-23.
Students attend acclaimed Ann Arbor public schools: Northside Elementary School (within walking distance!), Clague Middle School and the recently opened Skyline High School.
Ann Arbor MI Subdivisions and Neighborhoods