Your new Ann Arbor area home could be in one of these neighborhoods! They offer great value – and have available properties for sale right now! While the inventory is tight, good homes are regularly hitting the market. If you are planning a move to Ann Arbor and need a home in the $300,000 – $400,000 price range, these neighborhoods should be on your list. Contact us if you want to discuss how to buy a home in Ann Arbor on time and within your budget.
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Georgetown Condominiums hosts 83 townhouse-style units built in the 1960s and 70s and renovated in the mid-2000s. You can find a floor plan to fit your needs here: they range from 780-1320 sq. ft. with 1-3 bedrooms, 1-3 baths, attached or detached garages, decks/patios, and some full basements. Some units have fireplaces, bay windows, french doors, and upper-level decks. You will be within walking distance to the Ann Arbor District Library-Malletts Creek, the Georgetown Country Club, and plenty of food options, including York, RoosRoast, and Fraser’s Pub. Located off of Packard and a convenient car, bus, or bike ride away from downtown and The University of Michigan!
Weatherstone Condominiums in Pittsfield township were built in the late 1990s and feature stacked ranch and two-story options. Units offer large spaces and lots of natural light. Clubhouse amenities include a pool, hot tub, gym, and entertainment area. Throughout the well-maintained neighborhood is professional landscaping with ponds and walking trails. Benefit from low township taxes, Ann Arbor schools, and a fantastic location walking distance to shopping at Target and Meijer, with plenty of restaurants. A short drive to downtown Ann Arbor. On the AATA transit line for easy commutes.
Chapel Hill Condominiums in Ann Arbor is a community of 425 townhomes with two and three-bedroom floor plans, each featuring a basement and private patio area. These Ann Arbor condos have larger floor plans than others in their price range, making them a smart choice for condo buyers. There are many floor plans with sizes ranging from 840-1400 square feet. Enjoy extensive clubhouse amenities, including an exercise facility, in-ground community pool, meeting/party room, and parks. Watch our Chapel Hill Condominiums YouTube video.
Located off of W. Liberty Rd. just west of I-94 east and west, Liberty Pointe is within walking distance to shopping, restaurants, and specialty shops. The neighborhood is just 3-miles from downtown Ann Arbor and The University of Michigan’s Central Campus. Townhouse-style condos feature 2-3 bedrooms, fireplaces, full basements, attached garages, and decks.
Located east of Ann Arbor and north of Ypsilanti, Superior Township holds options for home buyers looking for affordable, newer homes near Ann Arbor. Brookside of Superior, Prospect Pointe, and Bromley Park offer homes built after 2000. There is also Oakbrook, a charming neighborhood of homes built in the 1960s around Oak Brook Park. These homes should qualify if you are looking for FHA and MSHDA financing.
Barclay Park Condominiums consists of 291 multi-level Brownstone-style condo units located 4 miles northeast of downtown Ann Arbor. They are within a 5-minute drive to The University of Michigan’s North Campus and approximately 10-15 minutes from downtown Ann Arbor and UofM’s central campus. Built between 1999 and 2005, these homes have 900-2100 square foot floor plans, 2-3 bedrooms, 2-3 baths, some walkout basements in the larger units, and attached one and 2-car garages. The Community Association provides several amenities, including a large clubhouse, professional landscaping, on-site maintenance, and basketball and racquetball courts.
The area around Barclay Park is developing quickly, with new neighborhoods being built to the north and Toll Brothers North Oaks Villas to the west, but with its proximity to areas like Sugarbush Park, it still provides access to some of Ann Arbor’s more coveted nature areas. These units are within a short drive to Logan Elementary School, Clague Middle School, Thurston Elementary School, three grocery stores, and shopping on Plymouth Rd., and AATA bus route picks up at Nixon and Green roads.