Thursday, April 18, 2013
Find out how much the homes in your neighborhood are selling for.
Here is a list of homes recently sold in Huntington Woods. Click on the address to view more information about each home. 10805 Kingston Avenue 10755 Vernon Avenue 13329 Ludlow Avenue 13330 Sherwood Drive 26674 Humber Street 26816 Newport Blvd 10865 Lasalle Blvd 10155 Talbot Avenue 13312 Vernon Avenue 10443 W 11 Mile Road 13338 Hart Avenue 12941 Lincoln Drive 10475 Hart Avenue Information courtesy of AOL Real Estate.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Nominations for Citizen of the Year and other categories due to the Civic Award Committee by May 31.
The city of Huntington Woods needs your help as it continues its tradition of recognizing citizens for their contributions to the community. Nominations are currently being sought for deserving residents in the following categories, according to the city's spring newsletter: Nomination forms are available at all city offices. Residents are asked to send in the name, the award category and include the reasons for their nomination by May 31 to:
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
A variety of eight-week spring classes are available for preschoolers, youth and adults.
Spring session classes offered by Huntington Woods Parks and Recreation start Monday, April 15. A variety of eight-week classes are being offered for preschoolers, children and adults. You can view the full directory of classes at the city's spring newsletter. Preschool classes include Kindermusik, Toddler and Me yoga and ballet/tap, and offerings for youth include hip hop dance, pottery and yoga. Adult classes are offered in Tai Chi, Zumba Toning, Mindfulness, Karate and more. To register for a class, visit the recreation center at 26325 Scotia Road or call 248- 541-3030 for more information. Updates on programs can be found at the Huntington Woods Parks and Recreation Facebook page.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
"Every city can do it. You just have to make it a priority," City Commissioner Jules Olsman says of the city's use of ordinances to help maintain property values.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Crews are close to finishing underground utility work, storm lines and water mains.
It was another successful week of work for the Coolidge Highway construction crew in Huntington Woods, project manager Larry Harworth said Tuesday. “It will only be four weeks on Thursday that we started,” he said. “So we have come a long way in a short time.” Harworth said crews working on the northbound side of the road are about to complete the underground utility work from Lincoln to 10 Mile in a week and a week and a half. That work includes finishing the storm lines and installing the new water mains. Once the underground utility work is done on that stretch of road, Harworth said they will begin the road building phase, which includes digging out the old road, replacing it with stone, adding new water drain structures and then …
Friday, May 18, 2012
Sellers get creative while hot ticket items such as children toys and Disney costumes sell quickly at the citywide sale during a day of heavy customer traffic.
Cars lined the streets of Huntington Woods’ neighborhoods Friday for the first day of the city’s annual garage sale that runs through the weekend. “Traffic has been really brisk today,” said Huntington Woods homeowner Jules Sipes who sold most of her sought-after children toys, Disney costumes and CDs before 1 p.m. “The best stuff went quickly.” After participating in the event almost every year, Sipes is an expert at selling her goods and attracting traffic. Her strategies include bundling children toys together in groups like kitchen, complete with plastic groceries, dishware and appliances, to sell them for a higher price than they would by themselves and keeping her solitary children’s item below the average price for the neighborhood…
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Saturday's popular fundraiser/social event has sold out for the second year, which helps boost its 2012 capital improvement donation to help maintain the city's character.
The notion of civic pride seems like an antiquated luxury in America today, unless of course you happen to live in a town like Huntington Woods — where July’s Independence Day parade could only be eclipsed in popularity by this Saturday’s Men’s Club Service Auction. The Men’s Club Auction, as it’s referred to in “the Woods,” marks its 31st year on Saturday and, as a testament to its draw, has sold out for the second straight year. The annual fundraiser regularly draws several hundred attendees, with a majority of the proceeds donated to the city for capital improvements. This year’s auction project, or theme, will help re-establish the city’s annual tree maintenance program, which has been operating on a shoestring budget for the last …
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Prices run the gamut, but the average price per square foot in Huntington Woods is less than $100. Here's a gallery of some homes for sale.
Click through the image gallery to see a sampling of area homes that are for sale in Berkley and Huntington Woods. Locations, prices and other details are listed below each photograph. Are you a real estate agent with homes for sale or lease in Berkley or Huntington Woods? email Berkley@Patch.com and we'll try to feature yours next week.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Here's an easy way to share photos and videos of your community with your Berkley and Huntington Woods neighbors.
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Tuesday, December 13, 2011