Pittsfield Village Condos - Popular and Affordable Ann Arbor Living
Pittsfield Village has long been a beloved community among Ann Arbor residents. Designed by Michigan architect Charles Noble, it was originally constructed in the mid 1940's as post World War II housing on former farmland. It was eventually converted into a cooperative association in the late 1980's and finally converted into condominiums in 2009. Pittsfield Village is conveniently located in south east Ann Arbor near US-23, I-94, and M-14 freeways, Arborland shopping center, multiple restaurants, Whole Foods, Barnes & Noble, and more.
Situated on 57 acres, Pittsfield Village offers gorgeous landscaping throughout, expansive grassy common areas, playgrounds, an in-ground community swimming pool, volleyball, tennis, and pavilions for picnics. Many units have been recently updated with modern amenities and feature either 1 or 2 bedrooms, a full bathroom, hardwood floors, and partial basements with a view-out window, laundry, and storage space.
Attention Condo Sellers
Buyers are willing to pay a premium for condos in Pittsfield Village. If you are even considering selling your condo, we’d love to help you maximize your equity. Get started by requesting a free home evaluation to see just how much your home is worth in today’s competitive market