Foxfire in Ann Arbor, MI

    Nestled along the northeast side of Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Foxfire neighborhood is a model of contemporary elegance without sacrificing small town appeal. Large homes, in a variety of modern styles, are accentuated by the brilliant seasonal colors of local trees. Cul-de-sacs and pleasantly secluded streets tastefully provide a high quality of living that offers both the idyllic comfort of a suburb while being close to the bustle and excitement of downtown Ann Arbor.

    Foxfire in Ann Arbor MI

    Foxfire Real Estate

    Built between the early 1990’s and 2006, the Guenther Building Company brought their expertise to many of the 300 plus homes in this community. Houses, ranging in size from 1700 to 2500 square feet, feature vaulted roofs and spacious room layouts. Hardwood floors and large kitchens, many with islands and stainless steel appliances, add to the elegance of this choice enclave. Many of the properties include spacious wooded areas which gracefully frame the tasteful architectural designs of these pleasant homes.

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    Ann Arbor Public Schools

    • Logan Elementary School
    • Clague Middle School
    • Huron High School

    Local Points of Interest

    The Foxfire neighborhood has it’s own park with a safe and colorful playground for the children. It’s quiet atmosphere complements the sheer diversity of activities available in the surrounding area. Ann Arbor has numerous natural points of interest to satisfy any outdoor enthusiast. The Argo Dam’s boat bypass encourages the region’s avid water sportsmen to take advantage of the beauty of the Huron River. Olson and Leslie parks are a short drive away from the Foxfire neighborhood , with their scenic paved and natural pathways through the canopies.

    Downtown Ann Arbor is a college town at heart, home to the University of Michigan – North Campus and the University of Michigan – Medical Center Campus. These prestigious schools have inspired the culture of the city and contributed to the robust local economy. The African American Cultural and Historical Museum of Washtenaw County and the Ann Arbor Art Center are choice examples of the heady points of interest waiting to enrich it’s residents. Many restaurants offer local and worldly cuisine, from Lebanese to Greek, to tempt any palate.

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