2942 Hunley Drive, Ann Arbor MI 48105
New Listing! Upper level ranch on Ann Arbor’s north side. Features include:
- 1201 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths
- Living room with vaulted ceiling and gas fireplace
- Spacious master suite with plenty of closet space
- More photos and features
- MLS# 3247167
- Listed for $235,000
To learn more about 2942 Hunley Drive, or to schedule a private showing, contact Ann Arbor’s Premier Realtors of The Bouma Group at 734-761-3060. Or email us at email@example.com. View all Ann Arbor condos here!
4812 Whitman Circle, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
New Listing! Traditional colonial home nestled in the desirable Loch Alpine community. Features include:
- 1950 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 2 full and 1 half baths.
- Spacious living room with picture window.
- Cozy family room with brick-surround fireplace.
- Private patio in backyard.
- Ann Arbor mailing, Dexter schools
- More photos & features
- MLS# 3246170
- Listed for $314,900
To learn more about 4812 Whitman Circle, or to schedule a private showing, contact the real estate specialists with The Bouma Group at 734-761-3060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. View all Ann Arbor residential neighborhoods here!
What a great day for a personal ice cream truck delivery to The Bouma Group office in Downtown Ann Arbor. Thanks to Kitty Rose and Liberty Title for the personal service!
Park Shoe Repair, downtown Ann Arbor
Yesterday, sitting at the office I was in a bind…the strap for my Mary Jane’s broke, but I knew exactly where to go. Park Shoe Repair is conveniently down the street from the Food Co-Op where I was having lunch. When asked when I needed the strap fixed by I asked for an hour. The gentleman working wasn’t sure it could be done, but I was surprised when he agreed. Fifteen mins later I called to let him know to take his time, and to my surprise he had already finished and they were ready for pick-up! I’ll definitely be heading back for my shoe repair needs.
Park Shoe Repair is located in the Kerrytown District in downtown Ann Arbor at 120 N 4th Av #1.
This week January 15th-20th is restaurant week in Ann Arbor! Some places are offering 2 for 1 specials, which is a great opportunity to get a taste of Ann Arbor and experience new downtown restaurants.
Some of the participating restaurants are Arbor Brewing Co., The Arena, Bandito’s, Black Pearl, Carson’s Grill (pictured above), The Chop House, Conor O’Neills, The Earle, Gratzi, Jazzy Veggie, Mani Osteria & Bar, Melange, Miki Japanese, Pacific Rim, Palio, Prickly Pear, Quarter Bistro, Seva, Vinology and more!
Happy Holidays from the Bouma Group!
Happy Holidays from the Bouma Group! The team went out on the town last weekend to enjoy a fabulous dinner at the Chop House in downtown Ann Arbor, MI. The Bouma Group is Martin Bouma, front and center, the president himself, Kylista Geiger condohotline.com manager, rental agents Linda Ansara and Debra Molitor, buyers agent Heidi Elder, listing manager Shelly Naylor, and listing assistant & receptionist Angie Mininni, weekend receptionist Emily Thibodeau, blogger & director of website marketing Stephanie Bell, Buyers agent Scott Guyor, and Closing Manager Becki Gersh.
Marnee Thai, Downtown A2
Marnee Thai is favorited place of the Bouma Group! Located downtown Ann Arbor and just a block away from the Bouma Group office. Martin is such a regular there, he can be seen on any day of the week with his family, friends, and co-workers enjoying his favorite, the Chicken Pad Thai.
Connor O'Neills, downtown Ann Arbor
Walking downtown you might notice Christmas lights are out & the window murals are starting to pop up too! Connor O’Neills is getting in the holiday spirit with their festive holiday window painting, pictured above.
The weather has been unusually nice for this time of year, and what a great time to walk around to some of Ann Arbor’s treasures! A little blocked from the construction on the corner of S 5th Ave and W Liberty right now, Earthen Jar is tucked away next to Herb David Guitar studio and Jerusalem Garden. Earthen Jar is a great vegetarian restaurant you must try vegetarian or not!
East Delhi Bridge
The Delhi Bridge pictured above is actually not the original bridge that once occupied this spot. The original bridge was destroyed by a tornado in 1918. The bridge was built by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio, a major and prolific bridge company with unique designs that are easily spotted.
This bridge is located in a very picturesque setting, with a metro park close by, which offers awesome views of the bridge. Ruins of the Delhi Mills are still visible in the area, with some pretty rapids in the river in that area now also. The area is wooded, and the bridge seems to fit right in with its rural turn of the 20th century appearance. The demolition of this bridge and replacement with a modern slab of concrete would have had a severely detrimental effect on the beauty of the area.