Ann Arbor Condo Real Estate Report – March 2012
Liberty Pointe Condos, Ann Arbor are located on the popular west side of town close to Stadium Blvd. and all of the conveniences it offers. These Ann Arbor condos feature mainly townhouse style units with full basements and attached garages. There are currently 2 condos listed for sale and so far this year, 3 condos have sold and 1 has rented out.
Condos Listed for Sale:
- $121,000. 1450 sq. ft. +800 in finished lower level, 3 bedrooms and 2.1 baths. Sale Pending
- $139,900. 1378 sq. ft. +400 in finished lower level, 2 bedrooms and 2.1 baths.
Market Update April 2011
Balmoral Park is a newer condo community located in central Ann Arbor, off South Main near Briarwood Mall. Condos feature lower levels and garage parking. There are currently 4 units listed for sale, with 3 under contract. 1 condo has rented out and 1 condo has sold so far this year.
Condos for Sale:
- $210,000. 1493 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 2.1 baths.
Market Update – March 2011
Located in central Ann Arbor, Arlington Place condos offer residents wooded views and great floor plans with private baths for each bedroom. Prices have become extremely affordable at Arlington Place and make a great choice for first time buyers and investors. There is currently 1 unit for sale, 2 units for rent, and 4 units have sold so far this year with an average sold price per square foot of $68.76.
Condos for Sale:
- Listed for $98,000. 1053 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths.
Condos for Rent:
- $1050/month. 1053 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths.
- $1100/month. 1053 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths.
Market Update March 2011
Arbor House condos have one of the best locations, right in the heart of downtown Ann Arbor. Because of the small number of units in this community, a limited amount come to the market for sale. At this time, there are no units for sale and none have sold so far this year. 2 units sold in 2009 with an average price per square foot of $177.54.
Condos Sold in 2009:
- 676 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. Sold for $117,500.
- 662 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. Sold for $120,000.
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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.
If you’re an Ann Arbor homeowner, or perhaps considering a move to a condominium in the Ann Arbor area, you’ll definitely want to take a look at Barclay Park Condominiums. Situated on the northeast side of town, Barclay Park offers the best possible combination of urban and rural living.
Barclay Park is located next to the 14-acre Oakwoods Nature Area, which provides ample space and opportunities for bird watching. Within the private community itself, there are several ponds, and a boardwalk which overlooks Lake Ariel. You can also enjoy the Matthaei Botanical Gardens, just a short distance away at the University of Michigan. If basking in nature sounds appealing, Barclay Park is definitely the place for you.
Despite the fact that Barclay Park offers rural ambience, you’ll have no worries about access to the city of Ann Arbor for work or play. Situated on the city bus route, Barclay Park is just minutes from both the University of Michigan and downtown Ann Arbor. Enjoy all of the amenities and benefits of city life while you revel in a laid-back, rural atmosphere.