Hough Park, located in the City of Plymouth, Michigan, is a quiet, neighborhood park between Maple and Park Place, and McKinley, and Evergreen. This uncommon and unspoilt green space anchors the Hough Park Subdivision which includes Elm, Woodland Place, and parts of Linden and Ann Arbor Trail. Located within easy walking distance to town, these tree lined streets shade some of Plymouth’s most desirable homes. In Hough Park, you’ll find everything from the historic English Tudor built by the grandson of Lewis Cass Hough in 1927 ,to the magnificent Colonial homes on Maple, to the impressive restorations and additions throughout the neighborhood. In addition, you’ll see a range of Ranch and Cape Cod style homes as well. Built mostly in the 1940-1950’s with a few exceptions – both newer and older, Hough Park is also known as a wonderful place to just take a walk with your dog or stroller. From Spring through Fall, you can always see people young and old out enjoying the neighborhood. If you want to learn more about living in Hough Park, give Carrie a call at 734-788-2398.
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