Northeast Grand Rapids, Michigan

Northeast Grand Rapids...

Real Estate & Community Information



Northeast Grand Rapids MI real estate features numerous beautiful and architecturally structured Northeast Grand Rapids MI homes. Yet, when you’re searching through Northeast Grand Rapids real estate, there is more involved in your home search than simply finding Northeast Grand Rapids homes that you find aesthetically-pleasing. Although you might fall in love with the look of Northeast Grand Rapids homes for sale, you should also evaluate the community to determine whether or not you think you’ll enjoy living in the area as well as the home.

History

The area around the Grand Rapids has always been viewed as an advantageous place to live. From the days of the Mound Builders, the rapids were an ideal place to fish, hunt and plant. European settlers ended up acquiring the land from the Ottawa Indians by the Treaty of Chicago. The area became a huge agricultural area and a place for the fur traders to trade their furs. It later became a huge manufacturing center with the inception of Detroit.

Parks and Recreation

Northeast Grand Rapids properties come with the allure of the many outdoor recreational activities and parks there are to enjoy in the area. Some of the most popular outdoor activities that residents and visitors of the area partake in include hiking, cycling, dune climbing and beach volleyball. They are nearly 50 parks in the area as well, such as Aberdeen Park, Ball Perkins Park, Monument Park, Riverside Park and many more.  

Attractions and Activities

The attractions near real estate in Northeast Grand Rapids won’t be disappointing to the Northeast Grand Rapids home buyer who wants plenty to do in his or her free time. Not only is there plenty of outdoor recreation, but there are historic and artistic sites as well, such as Fredrick Meijer Gardens conveniently located in North East Grand Rapids.  

Events

Homes for sale in Northeast Grand Rapids are conveniently located near some of the most popular events that occur in the area. Examples of the types of events that are held in Grand Rapids include Kisscross at Highalnd Park, the Creston Car Show and the Fulton Street Farmers Market and exhibitions and concerts at Meijer Gardens allow residents to view stunning artwork.

To receive assistance with finding a home in this area, contact Bev Boerman. Bev Boerman can direct you towards homes that fit your needs and wants.




Frederick Meijer Gardens: located at 3411 Bradford. This 158-acre exquisite site offers a spectacular view of more than 300 exotic plants from five different continents and a 14-foot waterfall all housed inside the beautiful 15,000 sq.ft. glass Lena Meijer Conservatory. The sights and sounds of their outdoor gardens will also captivate everyone...check out the beautiful Perennial Garden, the Children's Garden, the newly opened Japanese & Zen Gardens, and nature trails featuring native trees and over 70 different bronze sculptures by world-renowned artists. Inside you will find The Arid Garden, The Seasonal Garden, and The Carnivorous Garden. In addition to having special seasonal events (Christmas Trees from Around the World every November & December; Butterfly Exhibits every April; Bonsai Show & Orchid Show and many other events), the Gardens offer horticultural, environmental and artistic classes for both adults and children. The summer season has outdoor concerts in the Amphitheater Garden. Call (616) 957-1580 for admissions prices, special events and/or class information. http://www.meijergardens.org/

Robinette's Apple Haus & Gift Barn: located at 3142 Four Mile Rd. This family owned and operated apple farm offers a real treat if you want to not only taste their deliciously sweet cider and but also see how it's made! Along with your cider enjoy some of the best donuts in town! The Apple Haus donuts are in high demand and you can enjoy them in their own lunchroom. After a bite to eat, you can tour the farm by Horse-drawn Hayride or visit their 1800's gift barn featuring fine collectibles and dried floral gifts. For hour information for the Apple Haus call (616) 361-5567 or for the Gift Barn call (616) 361-7180.www.robinettes.com

IMAX Theatre at Celebration! Village: Knapp St. and East Beltline 616-530-7469. The IMAX large format film presentations the most intense cinematic experience in West Michigan. 6 Story High Screen. State of the Art Sound. 3-D capablilty. Cutting Edge Realism.  www.celebrationcinema.com/

Celebration! Cinema: Knapp St. & East Beltline 616-530-7469. Seventeen-screen theatre featuring state-of-the-art projection and digital sound. The ultimate in stadium theatre seating. Anchor of Celebration! Village retail/restaurant complex. Admission charged.www.celebrationcinema.com/    Also located at Kalamazoo & M-6 on the Southeast side of town.

Bev Boerman
Bev Boerman
Sales Executive