A more remote setting is hard to imagine. 54.15-Acres entirely wooded & characteristic of Southern dry-mesic forest. Its dominant vegetation is mature oaks & hickories, interspersed with Floodplain Forest and Dry-mesic prairie. The headwaters of Iron Creek are within. A conservation easement keeps the ground hallowed and includes a 14.151-acre building envelope allowing for 2 possible home sites. Rare protected habitat for plants, animals and fungi. Steep elevation changes. A bird lover's heaven!
Manchester, a village of 2,200 people, is located in southwestern Washtenaw County, about 30 minutes from Ann Arbor, along the banks of the River Raisin. Manchester offers pleasant small town living, and features a number of special events through the year, including the renowned chicken broil and annual Riverfolk Festival, as well as evening concerts at the gazebo downtown throughout the summer months.
Manchester offers a mix of housing styles and ages.