1942 Cambridge Rd., Ann Arbor MI 48104
New Listing! Walk to downtown, the Nichols Arboretum, Angell Elementary and more from this historic Ann Arbor home. Features include:
- 2270 sq. ft., +616 in the finished walk-out lower level, 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths.
- Graceful hardwood flooring, arched doorways, plus a generous use of wood doors, moldings, paneling, and built-ins throughout.
- Updated kitchen offers stainless steel Viking range and Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, and beautiful cabinetry.
- Master bedroom has a bayed window, ceiling fan and cozy brick fireplace.
- Large patio overlooks the Hickory trees in the fenced backyard.
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- Listed for $800,000
To request a private showing for 1942 Cambridge or for more information, contact The Bouma Group, Realtors at 734-761-3060 or email@example.com today!
1924 Lorraine Place, Ann Arbor MI 48104
SOLD! Absolutely charming, classic 1930’s home in the coveted Angell Elementary area. Details include:
- 1363 square feet, plus 288 in the finished lower level, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths.
- Beautiful hardwood floors on the first and second levels.
- Kitchen has been updated with stainless appliances and granite countertops.
- Covered rear deck is perfect for enjoying the upcoming warmer weather.
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- MLS# 3229431
- Listed for $495,000
To request a private showing or more information for 1924 Lorraine Place, contact Ann Arbor’s Premier Realtor at The Bouma Group today at 734-761-3060 or firstname.lastname@example.org today! View more of our featured properties here.
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