The Knoll Townhomes of Ada

1040 Spaulding Ave SE Ada, MI 49301 • From $99 Per Day
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  • Two & Three Bedroom Units Available
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Pets Considered
  • Attached Garage
  • Laundry In Unit

Property Details

About this property

The Knoll is a carefully crafted luxury townhome community in one of Ada’s most desirable neighborhoods. The fully furnished corportate apartment homes feature thoughtful interior selections that compliment a variety of sophisticated floor plans. Each home at The Knoll provides a convenient and comfortable lifestyle with a wide array of area amenities including local health food stores, grocery stores, highway access, adjacent retail, and an award-winning school district. Each townhome is complete with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, attached garages, and spacious master suites. 

Amenities

Easy Highway Access
1 mile from grocery/retail
parks
Award-winning school district
Custom Kitchens
Gas Fireplaces
Stainless Steel Appliances
Private Balconies and Patios
Storage Space
Basements
Attached Garages
Pet Friendly

Property Location

About Grand Rapids, Michigan

Learn About This Location

Grand Rapids is known for furniture manufacturing and, in recent years, craft beer tourism. Twenty craft breweries are in an around the city. Grand Rapids is home to some of the world's largest office furniture companies, and as such has the nickname Furniture City. The city and surroundings are commercially diverse, with industry based in the health care, information technology, automotive, aviation, and consumer goods manufacturing.

Alexander Calder's abstract sculpture, La Grande Vitesse (French for "the great swiftness" or more loosely as "grand rapids") was installed in 1969 on the Vandenberg Plaza downtown. Since then, the city has started hosting an annual Festival of the Arts on the plaza, known informally "Calder Plaza". The festival includes stages with live performances, food stalls with various ethnic foods, art demonstrations, and other artsy activities. Vandenberg Plaza also hosts numerous ethnic festivals throughout the summer.

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