1306 Packard, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

$420,000
3
BD
2
BA
2,186
SqFt
List Price
$420,000
Price Change
▼ $10,000 1543982807
Status
ACTIVE
MLS#
3260698
Bedrooms
3
Full-baths
2
Sq. Ft
2,186
Acres
0.2
Year Built
1920

Property Description

Charming Burns Park three story boasts of wonderful updates, yet retains its charm from another era. Step into the foyer and admire the beautiful wooden staircase and then the large living room with hardwood floors and fireplace with vintage wall sconces. The living room french doors lead to formal dining with added storage. The kitchen has been fully updated with granite counters, great cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The second floor greets you with charming built-ins and has three bedrooms. The full bath has dual farmhouse sinks and marble floors. Stairs to the third floor lead to a wonderfully finished space with skylights and abundant lighting. Use this space for an office, family room, craft room or artist's studio. The basement offers great storage space, a laundry, second full bath and work space. In the rear yard you will find a large deck - great for sipping your morning coffee and summer barbecues or fall football tailgates. You also have a two car detached garage. A short walk to the campus area, UM stadium or shopping downtown. This is a home not to be missed! Home Warranty Included!

Additional Information

Style
3 Story
Exterior Features
Cable Available, Patio, Deck, Enclosed Porch
Interior Features
Cath/Vault Ceiling, Security System, Skylight
Appliances
Refrigerator, Range/Oven, Disposal, Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer
Lot Size
8,756
Construction
Vinyl Siding
Flooring
Carpet, Wood, Tile
Basement
Yes
Basement Type
Full
Fireplace
One, Gas
Garage Description
Electric, Detached
Garage Spaces
2
School District
Ann Arbor
Middle School
Tappan
Heating
Gas, Forced Air
Cooling
Central

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Listing courtesy of Howard Hanna.