Allen Creek, Ann Arbor Condo Report – April 2020
Due to the small size of Allen Creek condo complex, there are rarely listings and sales. There was 1 sale in 2016 and 1 sale in 2015.
- $276,500. 1890 W. Liberty, Ann Arbor. 1144 sq. ft., +500 in the finished lower level, 2 bedrooms and 2.1 baths. Sold in 2017
- $223,950. 1870 W. Liberty, Ann Arbor. 1144 sq. ft., +411 in the finished lower level, 3 bedrooms and 2.1 baths.
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Market Update – March 2011
In the past 2 years, there have been no sales at Allen Creek Condos. There are currently no units for sale, but there is one condo available for rent. It has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bath, 1175 square feet and is listed for $1375/month.
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Allen Creek is the site of the first settlement in Ann Arbor, and it still runs through the city’s west side. The creek was named for Ann Arbor’s co-founder, John Allen, in 1824. The main branch of Allen Creek runs northward roughly parallel to the Ann Arbor Railroad tracks, starting at Pioneer High and flowing into the Huron River just below Argo Dam. Near the creek lies Allen Creek Condominiums. Built in 1988, the cozy complex features two decks, walk-out lower levels, fireplaces, and garage parking.
In 1846, William Maynard laid out the first section of the Old West Side, from First to Fourth Streets. When Ann Arbor began developing in the 1850s, many businesses were located along Allen Creek. Four tanneries on the creek used its water to soak cowhides, and pelts of wild animals trapped in the surrounding forests. A foundry (located at the current site of the Y on Huron Street) used the creek for its sand casting. And two breweries used the creek water to cool their beer.
Also near the Allen Creek Condominiums is Eberwhite Woods, a 29-acre forest situated between Liberty, Dartmoor, Soule, and Arbordale streets. The woods is owned by the Ann Arbor Public Schools, and is open to the public. The woods are a unique environment, a remnant of a native oak-hickory forest which has never been clear-cut. A wide variety of wildflowers, including some state-threatened species such as goldenseal, can be found in the woods.