Ann Arbor Michigan Real Estate: Forestbrooke Subdivision, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Looking to raise your children in Ann Arbor? Consider this family friendly neighborhood of Forestbrooke. This community is a beautiful, well manicured, quiet, tree lined neighborhood featuring modest homes that are positioned on decent sized lots.

Home steles in Forestbrooke vary from ranches, cape cods, bi-levels, colonials and more! Living here means that you benefit from an established neighborhood that was constructed between 1960 and 1965. The neighborhood offers a childrens park, tennis courts and wooded areas. The community is situated alongside the Forestbrooke swim club – see more information about the pool here! Definitely a great place to kick back, relax and enjoy a dip in the hot summer months.

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Forestbrooke is located in southeast Ann Arbor and is convenient for the entire metro area with access to US-23 just minutes away and downtown Ann Arbor just beyond. Also nearby is the Arborland Mall, great shopping, restaurants and more! Forestbrooke is also located on a Bus route and benefits from City utilities. Fences are also allowed – great if you need to fence in the yard for Fido!

Living here is a great choice for many who are looking for a decent sized family home that is convenient for all that Ann Arbor has to offer!

Parents will be delighted that living in Forestbrooke means that children attend acclaimed schools and that you are within walking distance of Pittsfield Elementary and Scarlett Middle School!
We welcome your comments, if you live in the community, we want to hear what you think of your neighborhood and welcome your input to improve this Ann Arbor Area information.

Ann Arbor offers great access to the expressway to get to Detroit or beyond quickly. A hop skip and a jump away is Zingerman’s DeliKerrytownKerrytown Farmers MarketBriarwood MallU of M campus, Medical Centerand University of Michigan football games. Drive to Veteran’s Park for figure or hockey skating, baseball, sledding, swimming, or enjoy fresh produce at Plum Market. For some specialty items be sure to visit nearby Morgan and York with videoAnn Arboris a great place to live – convenient for all, including the Detroit metro airport, which is around 30 minutes away!

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