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Sold on September 30, 2019

625 Brooks Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

$350,000
Sq. Ft. 1,320 Beds 3 Full Baths 2 Yr Built 1901

Charming turn of the century home in the very desirable Water Hill neighborhood! Enjoy quick walks to Kerrytown, the Ann Arbor Farmers Market, downtown Ann Arbor, and several local parks. Beautiful master suite with vaulted ceilings and a jacuzzi tub. Two additional upstairs bedrooms. Lovely fenced-in yard featuring lush flowering plants and a large deck – perfect for entertaining while watching the sunset. Hardwood floors. Woodburning stove. Large shed for additional storage. Easy access to public transportation. Enjoy the quiet, tree-lined street while living minutes from all of the fun and conveniences that Ann Arbor has to offer!

Listing Info MLS# 3267938

Status
Sold
Listed On
August 22, 2019
Sold On
September 30, 2019
Days on Mkt
39 Days
Price
$350,000
Square Feet
1,320 Sq Ft
Bed
3 Bedrooms
Bath
2 Full / 0 Half
Type
Single Family Home
Style
2 Story
Year Built
1901
Acres
0.10
Basement
Partial
Garage
None
Appliances
Refrigerator, Range/Oven, Disposal, Dishwasher, Microwave, Washer, Dryer
Interior
Cath/Vault Ceiling, Master Bath, Spa Tub, Ceiling Fan(s), Skylight
Exterior
Fenced, Shed, Deck, Porch
City
Ann Arbor, MI
Zip
48103
County
Washtenaw

School Information

District Ann Arbor
Elementary School Bach
Middle School Forsythe
High School Skyline

Property Taxes and Assessment

Year 2019
Winter Tax $768
Summer Tax $4,502
Total Tax $5,270
Assessment $106,597

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Listing courtesy of The Charles Reinhart Company

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