Welcome to Burns Park
Dreaming of a neighborhood lined with mature trees, historic homes, and tons of friendly residents? Burns Park is an upscale community that's known for its namesake 15-acre green space near Wells and Baldwin, adjacent to Burns Park School. Boasting a location just blocks away from the University of Michigan, this well-known gem offers everything from tennis courts and playgrounds to Tudor-style bungalows and Art Deco abodes.
Looking for an area that's equal parts convenient, private, and welcoming? Come explore Burns Park, one of the most popular neighborhoods in Ann Arbor.
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At a Glance
Ann Arbor: 4 mins
Ypsilanti: 14 mins
University of Michigan: 1 min
Major Roads: Packard, Dewey, State, and Stadium
Walk Score: 68
Zip Codes: 48104
Median Home Price: $895,000
Spotlights of Burns Park
As the neighborhood's namesake attraction, Burns Park is often considered a favorite spot amongst Ann Arbor locals. Here, you can take advantage of five tennis courts, a basketball court, a picnic shelter, as well as walking trails. Burns Park is also home to a portion of the Old County Fair Equestrian Trail.
Museum of Natural History
Learn more about Ann Arbor's past at the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History, located in the northern section of Burns Park. Children of all ages love exploring the prehistoric dinosaur exhibits, and the state-of-the-art planetarium transports visitors beyond the stars with its stellar shows.
If you're in the mood for some Italian fare, you can't go wrong with an old-fashioned pie courtesy of Pizza House. This longstanding favorite features comfy booths and an expansive menu that's sure to curb all of your late-night pizza cravings. And best of all, Pizza House also supports charities in our community.
Wondering What Else Is Around?
What You'll LOVE in Burns Park
Burns Park combines the best parts of a college town with the perks of a private residential community—but that's not all you'll love about this one-of-a-kind neighborhood. Here are a few more benefits to calling Burns Park home!
Looking for something fun to do around Burns Park? In addition to the museums and destinations that await on the University of Michigan's campus, residents can spend time exploring all the local businesses that await on University Avenue. Kang's Korean has been a longtime favorite of both residents and college students alike, while South University Galleria Shopping Center offers countless shops and eateries from which to choose.
Burns Park spans from State Street to US-23, though a small portion of the community is nestled around Washtenaw Community College. This puts the area just south of Downtown Ann Arbor, as well as the University of Michigan's main campus. Getting around Burns Park couldn't be easier, whether you choose to travel by car or on foot. To top it all off, the city maintains a robust network of public transportation with TheRide bus services.
Students living in Burns Park are served by the Ann Arbor Public School District, which operates 37 institutions across a 125-square mile radius. The district maintains a statewide reputation of excellence, and it's also received a coveted A+ rating from Niche.com. Currently, Burns Park's younger residents attend Burns Park Elementary, Tappan Middle, and Pioneer High. Many graduates go on to attend the award-winning University of Michigan, the oldest college in the state.
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If you're interested in making a move to Burns Park or another community in the Ann Arbor area, the Arbor Move Team is here to help. We have the tools you need to find the home of your dreams, and we're always just a phone call, email, or text message away.
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