Have you ever dreamed of living in a charming urban neighborhood with a relaxed pace of life? A community of one-of-a-kind homes, tree-lined streets with walkable access to the arts, culture, higher education and commercial services? There is a diverse and friendly community of hundreds of homeowners who do. They call the College Cultural Neighborhood in Flint, Michigan home, and they love where they live.
A Home for Everyone
These homes were built by Flint’s finest families and offer historical significance and architectural treasures including classic Tudor, Colonial, mid-century modern and storybook cottage. Period details and fixtures, which would be cost-prohibitive in newly constructed homes, include elaborate tile work, hardware, light and plumbing fixtures, and coved ceilings with rich wood moldings. A home in the College Cultural Neighborhood provides affordable living with unparalleled quality and character.
The neighborhood is known for its mature trees, lush landscaping, tidy yards and flower gardens. The district is pedestrian-friendly with many attractions and amenities within walking distance.
CCNA Gardening/Neighborhood Coffee Hour starts this Saturday!
Our first of the year gardening date is set for this Saturday, April 13, from 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Garden beds we'll be working on are located in front of the old Family Video (corner of S Franklin and Court). We may also send a couple of people down to look at the garden where Woodlawn and Court Street meet (the small triangle plot in the middle of the road).
If you don't have gardening tools, no worries - some will be provided.
AFTER GARDENING ... Please plan to join your neighbors at Bedrock Diner for our Neighborhood Coffee Hour (10:00 - 11:00 a.m.).
Even if you can't garden, we'd love to see you for coffee.
If you have questions, please let me know. Hope to see you Saturday! ... See MoreSee Less
Great FYI:Free Books for Flint Children! Flint residents can sign-up for free books by mail for children from birth to age 5. Every month, your child will receive a new book in the mail from Dolly Parton's Imagination Library and the Foundation for Flint, at no cost to you.
It's easy to sign up at the Flint Public Library or online at FlintKidsRead.org. Call 810-249-2569 for more information. ... See MoreSee Less