415 Berkshire Drive
Saline, MI 48176

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Jul 15, 2021
415 Berkshire Drive Saline, MI 48176




Full/Half Baths


Square Feet
Estimate Finished Square Feet
1,700 Sq Ft Above Ground
400 Sq Ft Below Ground
Welcome home to Northview Sub; close to downtown, elementary schools, and a quick drive to the expressway. This home offers a first floor with a light-filled living room, separate office, kitchen, dining area and family room with a gas fireplace that looks out onto the large deck. The primary Suite with master bath and walk-in closet and 2 other bedrooms and full bath are located up the open stairway. A non-comforming 4th bedroom and rec room are newly completed in the basement that is plumbed for a bathroom, and an additional roomy closet for extra clothes storage. Laundry is currently in the basement, but hook-ups are also located on the first floor. New in 2019-2020: Furnace, AC, SS kitchen appliances, washing machine and roof. Low annual HOA covers snow removal. Seller is a licensed realtor.


  • Residential


  • Saline

Year Built

  • 1990


  • 3281619

Lot Size

  • Acres


  • Attached
  • Electric
  • Door Opener


  • Contemporary
  • 2 Story

Est. Finished Above Ground

  • 1,700 sq ft

Finished Below Ground

  • 400 sq ft

Eating Space

  • Yes

Air Conditioning

  • Central

Special Features

  • Cath/Vault Ceiling
  • Primary Bath
  • Ceiling Fan(s)


  • Refrigerator
  • Range/Oven
  • Disposal
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Dryer


  • Carpet
  • Wood
  • Tile


  • Full
  • Partially Finished
  • Plumbed for Bath

Outside Features

  • Deck

Lot Dimensions

  • 70x130

Road Type

  • Public


  • Yes


  • Yes

Listed By

  • The Promanas Group


  • Washtenaw

Cross Street

  • Ann Arbor St
  • west on Woodland Dr
  • Left on Colony Dr
  • Right on Berkshire Dr.


  • Saline


  • $6,441

Taxable Value

  • $131,110


  • $255

HOA Frequency

  • Yearly


Community - Saline Area

Saline, with a population of about 9,000, is located just 10 minutes southwest of Ann Arbor.  Founded in 1832, Saline has an agricultural heritage still visible today, although most current residents are professionals working in Saline or in the Ann Arbor and greater Detroit areas.

Newcomers are attracted to Saline by its proximity to Ann Arbor and Saline Area School District’s tradition of academic excellence.  They soon find that Saline is a lively community, offering the charm of small town living combined with easy access to the commerce and cultural offerings of nearby Ann Arbor.  Special events are on tap in Saline throughout the year, highlighted by the annual Celtic Festival, drawing thousands of people from southeast Michigan and beyond.


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Saline Area Schools has a reputation of excellence, which is a significant reason why people choose to move to Saline.  In 2011 five of the six Saline schools were in the 90th percentile of Michigan schools.  In addition, Newsweek named Saline High School as one of the best high schools in America.  Also putting Saline on the map are the Saline Fiddlers, Saline High School students who have performed all over the U.S. over the last 13 years, including three times at the White House.

Saline’s Parks and Recreation Department includes nine parks and the Recreation Complex, featuring two pools; an indoor track; basketball, tennis and volleyball courts; weight rooms; aerobics studio, and more.  A full range of fitness and recreation programs are offered by the Parks and Recreation Department throughout the year.

Saline offers a variety of housing styles, from historic frame homes in city neighborhoods to spacious executive residences on large suburban lots.