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319 Gralake Avenue, Ann Arbor Home For Sale

319 Gralake Avenue, Ann Arbor MI 48103319 Gralake Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48103 Ann Arbor Home in Lakewood Neighborhood

SOLD! Impressive ranch in a popular west side Ann Arbor neighborhood close to parks, shopping, and entertainment. Features include:

  • 1,040 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom
  • Large kitchen with new stainless appliances, granite counters, and plenty of storage
  • Third bedroom has flexibility to be an office or formal dining space with large glass door to deck and fenced yard
  • HUGE 32′ x 24′ insulated garage with full walk-up second floor
  • All major systems updated in the last 7 years
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  • MLS# 3247173
  • Listed for $285,000

Find out more about The Bouma Group’s new low-maintenance real estate listing at 319 Gralake Avenue, Ann Arbor by calling us at 734-761-3060 or email info@bouma.com. See more Ann Arbor homes for sale here!

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Lakewood – One of Ann Arbor’s Premier Neighborhoods

Lakewood Subdivision in Ann Arbor is located off of Jackson Road, west of Interstate 94. Centered around Lakewood Elementary School, the neighborhood is full of trees, and is primarily composed of colonials, small ranches, and custom-built tri-level homes. Lakewood is just minutes from downtown Ann Arbor, Westgate shopping center, Quality-16 movie theater, Liberty Athletic Club and many other shopping and dining opportunities.

With such easy access to the freeway, and with so many convenient amenities, new residents are in for a delightful surprise. One of the more popular parks in Ann Arbor is Dolph Park. Dolph is bordered on the west and north by Wagner and Jackson Roads (two of Ann Arbor’s busiest). Parking is available in the main lot off Wagner Road. Despite being in the midst of city hubbub, the 57-acre Dolph Park has the only two naturally-formed lakes found in the City of Ann Arbor – First Sister and Second Sister lakes. The smaller of the two, Second Sister Lake, has a fishing pier, and spots from which to launch a canoe. There are benches throughout the trail system, and all trails are unpaved.
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