The neighborhood where you take out of towners to impress them, East Hills has a little something for everyone. They also have an incredibly impressive neighborhood association, historic preservation presence and huge amount of parent involvement at their local elementary school
Neighborhood Vibe: Impressively cool
Well Known for: Cherry Street shopping district
What We Love About This Neighborhood: How welcoming the shop owners are. It’s like you’re visiting family when you step inside their business.
Elementary School: Congress Elementary
Middle School: Alger Middle School
High School: Ottawa Hills High School
Click Here for Neighborhood Stats from Community Research Institute
Click Here for Neighborhood Association
Whats’s the East Hills Real Estate Market Like?
Information on Average home sales data in this neighborhood in the last 12 months. Source grar.com
Sale Price: $225,391
% of Sales Price vs List Price: 100.21%
Bedrooms: 3.5 beds
Bathrooms: 2 baths
Square Footage: 1,740 sq feet
Price Per Square Foot: $136/sq foot
Number of Days a Home is on the Market: 7
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Home to these great, local businesses:
Welcome to Grand Rapids’ one-of-a-kind Mexican Street Food concept with premium flavors and finely crafted cocktails in the heart of Wealthy Street.
Le Bon Macaron
Cafe serving uniquely crafted French macarons and lattes
Books & Mortar
Grand Rapids’ Proudly Progressive, Consciously Curated, and Fiercely Independent Neighborhood Bookstore.
Neighborhood park with play structure, greenspace, good conversation, next to an ice cream shop
The Green Well
Local restaurant driven to push boundaries and dish up something different and always be better than yesterday.
Consignment boutique with a trendy collection of women’s clothing and accessories.
Forty Acres Soul Kitchen
This black owned restaurant is home to classic soul food. All sourcing and leadership is local.
Brick Road Pizza
Delicious pizza… and MORE!
What’s better than sipping bubbles, drinking slushy drinks, and hanging out in a cool remodeled historic space? Not much unless you’re also serving up some Nashville hot chicken and honest to goodness made from scratch picnic sides. Nashville Heat meets Michigan Neat.