Ezra Brown's Addition was platted in 1836 with plat updates or re-recordings in 1886 and 1910.There do not appear to be many historically-preserved homes, although some dating from the late 1800s are the original houses with vinyl or aluminum siding. That said, the four homes most recently sold dated from 1890, 1970, 1900 and 1900. There are good livable homes here, plus there may be some hidden treasures! Let The Wagley Group help you find what you are looking for. This neighborhood is bounded by Brown St. (one block north of what was originally Chicago St., now W. Michigan Ave. / US-12), Edgar St. (west), Loomis St. (north) and Jackson St. (east). Also included in the plat are one block of homes on the east ide of Jackson St. between Brown & Washington. It is an easy walk to almost everything in Clinton Village from this neighborhood, including downtown and Clinton Public Schools. Downtown Clinton has restaurants, a movie theater, public library, U.S. Post Office, Village and Township offices, the new Clinton Arts Center and Clinton Twelve Restaurant, among other stores and attractions.
Clinton Public Schools is the resident district. Michigan is a "School of Choice" state. Participation in choice programs is optional for districts. The degree and extent of participation are also determined at the local level. Ask your REALTOR(R) at The Wagley Group for more information.