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Lawton Elementary School
2250 South 7th Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Lawton Neighborhood


The Lawton School area includes established neighborhoods inside the freeway ring, new ones to the southwest in Pittsfield Township, a section of rural Lodi Township to the west, and Pinelake Village Cooperative, a 1960s-vintage federal project on S. Maple.


All students go on to Slauson Middle School and Pioneer High. Around the school itself, south of Scio Church, a variety of ranches, colonials, tri-levels, and traditionals were built from the mid-1960s through the 1970s, although a few are newer. Close to I-94 is Meadowbrook Village, a collection of two-story apartment buildings. On Northbrook behind the apartment complex are simple two-story homes. Here kids play in the yards or nearby Meadowbrook Park.

The Arbor Creek and Boulder Ridge subdivisions hug the west side of I-94, tucked behind the Village Centre shops. Arbor Creek provides large two-story cul-de-sac homes with tidy lawns. The colonial-style Boulder Ridge has a play park, and the two sub-divisions share a common area with a walking path. South of Waters is the Hawthorne Ridge subdivision, whose two-story homes boast big garages and vaulted brick entranceways.


Beyond the Lake Forest golf club lie small brick ranches, two-story houses, and open fields; homes are set far back down long driveways. Farther west, Lodi Township still has active farms. Some horse farms, complete with white wooden fences, cluster along Ann Arbor-Saline Rd. Along Wagner are older country homes with vegetable gardens and big yards with lots of trees, and sometimes even a tractor or dilapidated barn. There are fields of wildflowers along the road and open expanses of farmland.

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Source: Ann Arbor Observer City Guid



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