Stephanie Sultan began her career with BAKE Real Estate in 2013 and focuses on the Plymouth, Northville, Canton, Livonia and Ann Arbor areas. She holds the National Association of REALTORS “Green” designation to help promote & educate homeowners & purchasers about energy efficiency and sustainable home features. Stephanie grew up in the area and carries with her a vast and valuable trove of local knowledge – so crucial to real estate decisions often based on location. Combined with her experience in the area, Stephanie is also extremely detail-oriented, calm under pressure, and hard working – all essential qualities required in a Real Estate Broker. Her patience and diligence are especially suited for first-time homebuyers and sellers. Now living with her husband in Ann Arbor, she enjoys daily adventures with their 3 energetic dogs. Stephanie can be contacted via email at email@example.com or on her cell phone at 734-620-4536
Walking by last night and located beside the Town Square, it looks like the work at 160 Main is moving along nicely. The exterior facade looks great and hopefully they will be open soon and downtown Northville will have another quality restaurant option in the center of town.
The Super Bowl and Olympics are over, Spring Training has begun and that means only one thing: Real Estate Season is here! Buyers and Sellers are emerging from their winter hibernation and preparing and planning their next move.
Our markets of Plymouth and Northville, both City and Township, remain strong and steady. The charts are fairly self-explanatory and locals know how intense the market is around us. The City of Plymouth continues to increase in value as the downtown area flourishes with busy shops, restaurants, and events. The City of Northville has also seen significant increases in value. The Townships of both Plymouth and Northville have also shown steady price increases in addition to growing new development activity – especially in Northville Township. The lack of inventory as shown below illustrates that in an area where there is limited opportunity for new development, the price of existing homes will appreciate in a strong market.
The 2018 Plymouth Ice Festival is coming the weekend of January 12th through 14th in Downtown Plymouth centered around Kellogg Park. You’ll be able to see amazing ice sculptures throughout downtown – plenty of fun for the whole family. Seeing the festival after dark is something that you should try if you haven’t already. Here are some photos from past years when they had an ice bonfire that lit up the night sky. For more information, go to www.plymouthicefestival.com.
The Ice Festival is one of several street festivals in Downtown Plymouth that take place throughout the year. The area is very walkable with plenty of parks, shops, restaurants, and entertainment – along with plenty of parking. Plymouth also has beautiful residential tree-lined streets with lots of gorgeous historic homes making it one of the area’s prettiest and most walkable small towns.
An interesting new shop on Forest Ave: State of Comics & Collectibles is now open and worth a visit even if you don’t read comics. There’s a wide range of books and collectibles that will be sure to fascinate you. Now we just need a good playing card and hobby shop!
Visit the shop at 577 Forest Ave Plymouth, MI 48170 or you can visit them online at www.stateofcomics.com
The Place Place Gastro Pub at 336 Main St in downtown Plymouth is getting ready to open. The old 336 Main has been with us for some time and now it’s being revitalized into the the Park Place Gastro Pub. Walking by today, here’s their new look… and here’s a link to their facebook page.
It’s festival time again – this weekend it’s Downtown Northville’s turn with the Northville Heritage Festival celebrating the rich history and small town charm of historic Northville. The Parade kicks off at 6:30pm on Friday and it’s the highlight of the Festival and well worth seeing (if you aren’t already in it). Besides, who doesn’t love a parade? Activities for all ages will be taking place until Sunday afternoon.
It’s that time of year again! The kids are back in school and the smell of barbeque smoke drifts through downtown Plymouth as the annual Fall Festival is here. September 8-10, 2017 will be non-stop pancakes, spaghetti, and barbeque chicken along with carnival rides for all ages, midway games, concerts, and attractions for everyone.
Downtown streets are closed off and for one weekend, downtown Plymouth is transformed into a local fair with all the pre-requisites. I have to admit, this is one of my personal favorites of all the festivals that happen in Plymouth – good fun for the whole family and another great reason the area continues to thrive. For more information, go to: http://www.plymouthfallfestival.com/