Burns Park holds a place in Ann Arbor’s horticulture history as it once housed the Washtenaw County Agricutural and Horticultural Society Fairgrounds (circa 1890). Today this community is thought of as ‘quintessential Ann Arbor’ with residents biking to the University of Michigan or downtown to work, children walking to school and playing in the parks. The neighborhood is generally defined as North of Stadium, East of Packard and West of Washtenaw. It is peppered with historic Craftsman era single-family homes containing original woodwork and tall ceilings. Many homes offer three stories and detached garages and each have a unique flair. The Burns Park District is also home to the quiet neighborhood of Ives Woods which has one of the highest median household incomes in Ann Arbor.
Burns Park homes provide an easy walk to Ann Arbor highlights such as Kerrytown, the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market, University of Michigan campus and downtown dining and entertainment.
Burns Park is also noted to have the city’s most prestigious elementary school neighborhood. Students from the area will all attend Tappan Middle School and then split to attend either Huron High or Pioneer High.
For more information about available homes in Burns Park, please contact Kathy Toth and Team.
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