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Charming home in Ann Arbor's Burns Park neighborhood for sale

(Photo: Elizabeth Brien)
(Photo: Elizabeth Brien)

ANN ARBOR – This four-bedroom, two-bath home at 1715 Hermitage Road, Ann Arbor, is on the market for $625,000.

This charming home built in 1940 is in a prime location and boasts tons of character, arched doorways and beautiful green views.

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(Photo: Elizabeth Brien)

Property details

Listing: Elizabeth Brien, Reinhart Realtors

Hidden behind towering trees that provide shade and privacy, this enchanting three-story home is nestled in the highly desirable Ives Woods-Burns Park neighborhood on a quaint, quiet street. Featuring 1940s-style architecture like arched doorways, hardwood floors and custom built-ins, it's been carefully updated with a new roof, granite countertops, fresh interior and exterior paint, appliances, flooring and more. Bright with warm, natural light throughout, there's a spacious living room with a cozy fireplace and charming built-in bookcases, a large dining room that opens to a cheery sunroom, updated kitchen and study with two walls of bookcases. The top level has three charming bedrooms including a roomy master and two bedrooms, all with cute built-ins and a tiled full bath. Walk-out level offers an inviting double entry with original hardwood door, full bath, great family room or fourth bedroom, large laundry room and an unfinished workshop or storage area. Perfect location within walking distance of Burns Park, elementary and middle schools, Nichols Arboretum and U-M. Welcome home!

See the full listing here.

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(Photo: Elizabeth Brien)

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(Photo: Elizabeth Brien)

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(Photo: Elizabeth Brien)

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(Photo: Elizabeth Brien)

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​​​​​​​(Photo: Elizabeth Brien)

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​​​​​​​(Photo: Elizabeth Brien)

For more information, contact Elizabeth Brien at 734-669-5989 (office) or 734-645-4444 (cell).

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