Dixboro- a Historical Neighborhood in Ann Arbor MI

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Dixboro- a Historical Neighborhood in Ann Arbor MI

Walkable Attractions

A one mile walk, bike or drive from the foot of the home to the entrance of the garden. The gardens are owned by the University of Michigan, and is a metered lot. Check out the beautiful outdoor gardens, conservatory, Campus Farm and Visitor Center. A new paved biking/ walking path is available from the home to the center and beyond through the local forests, neighborhood and along a golf course to Geddes Road (3.1miles) where you can visit Parker Mill County Park.
Matthaei Botanical Gardens
A one mile walk, bike or drive from the foot of the home to the entrance of the garden. The gardens are owned by the University of Michigan, and is a metered lot. Check out the beautiful outdoor gardens, conservatory, Campus Farm and Visitor Center. A new paved biking/ walking path is available from the home to the center and beyond through the local forests, neighborhood and along a golf course to Geddes Road (3.1miles) where you can visit Parker Mill County Park.
The General Store is located just .4miles from the home. The store has become a landmark to both locals and tourists, with more than 100,000 visitors annually. AAA Magazine readers have selected it the Best General Store in Michigan, and the store was voted The Best Gift Store in Southeast Michigan, by Detroit’s Local TV Stations on FIVE separate occasions! This historic store, and the adjoining Merchants Home, houses one of the busiest gift and furnishing stores in Michigan. Although you can still purchase jellies and jams at this store, what really draws people from all over is the fabulous selection of furniture, home decor & accessories.
Dixboro General Store
5206 Plymouth Road
The General Store is located just .4miles from the home. The store has become a landmark to both locals and tourists, with more than 100,000 visitors annually. AAA Magazine readers have selected it the Best General Store in Michigan, and the store was voted The Best Gift Store in Southeast Michigan, by Detroit’s Local TV Stations on FIVE separate occasions! This historic store, and the adjoining Merchants Home, houses one of the busiest gift and furnishing stores in Michigan. Although you can still purchase jellies and jams at this store, what really draws people from all over is the fabulous selection of furniture, home decor & accessories.
Just walk .3 mile to the Village Green to the Friday weekly Farmers market. You'll find everything from fruits, veggies, soaps, dairy items, fresh baked goods and handicrafts depending on the season and vendors. Throughout the season, the venue hosts musical guests, car shows, movies and other community activities.
Dixboro Farmers' Market
5221 Church Rd
Just walk .3 mile to the Village Green to the Friday weekly Farmers market. You'll find everything from fruits, veggies, soaps, dairy items, fresh baked goods and handicrafts depending on the season and vendors. Throughout the season, the venue hosts musical guests, car shows, movies and other community activities.

Food scene

Located just .6 miles away from the home sits The Dixboro Project. The original barn at The Dixboro Project was built in 1880, and in the 1920's was converted into a restaurant. The dwelling has changed hands over the last 100 years and has been recently renovated. The Cafe Offers breakfast items and coffee The Boro Offers wood fired pizza with a side of chili oil, luscious desserts, cocktails/ wine to go. The Boro Dining Room & Bar Our rustic and refined dining experience located in the century-old barn that housed the famous Lord Fox Restaurant. Carved out of the bones of the original barn structure, originally erected in 1880, and utilized as a restaurant beginning in the 1920's. The century-old barn has been restored to feature exposed 140-year-old timbers, a gambrel vaulted ceiling and the original stone fireplace and modern kitchen and barn providing a familiar comfort for our guests. Open for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. https://www.thedixboroproject.com/
The Boro
5400 Plymouth Road
Located just .6 miles away from the home sits The Dixboro Project. The original barn at The Dixboro Project was built in 1880, and in the 1920's was converted into a restaurant. The dwelling has changed hands over the last 100 years and has been recently renovated. The Cafe Offers breakfast items and coffee The Boro Offers wood fired pizza with a side of chili oil, luscious desserts, cocktails/ wine to go. The Boro Dining Room & Bar Our rustic and refined dining experience located in the century-old barn that housed the famous Lord Fox Restaurant. Carved out of the bones of the original barn structure, originally erected in 1880, and utilized as a restaurant beginning in the 1920's. The century-old barn has been restored to feature exposed 140-year-old timbers, a gambrel vaulted ceiling and the original stone fireplace and modern kitchen and barn providing a familiar comfort for our guests. Open for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. https://www.thedixboroproject.com/
Located just .3 miles from the home, Moonwinks is a favorite for breakfast and lunch for locals. They offer morning beverages, breakfast sandwiches quiche, soups, sandwiches, salads and icecream http://www.moonwinkscafea2.com/
MoonWinks Café
5151 Plymouth Road
Located just .3 miles from the home, Moonwinks is a favorite for breakfast and lunch for locals. They offer morning beverages, breakfast sandwiches quiche, soups, sandwiches, salads and icecream http://www.moonwinkscafea2.com/