Ashgrove is a ranch-style complex consisting of 52 units just east of I-69 and south of I-94. It offers a mix of 6 studio units (300 ft.2), 36 one-bedroom units (600 ft.2), and 10 two-bedroom unit (900 ft.2). The single-story buildings with private entrances are quite popular, especially among the senior segment of the market. The units are equipped with electric “zone line” furnaces for heating and cooling, and domestic hot water is provided by electric hot-water tanks located within each unit. Amenities include in-unit washer & dryer hook-ups, and attic storage.
The city of Marshall, located in south central Michigan, is the county seat of Calhoun County. As of the 2016 census, the county had a total population of 134,878. Marshall is conveniently located with access to several major thoroughfares in the area; I-94 and I-69 (dubbed the NAFTA highway as it runs from Canada to Mexico). This excellent location facilitates commutes and enables convenient access to all of southwestern and central Michigan for residents and businesses alike.
Business owners are lured by Marshall’s stellar location; Oaklawn Hospital (over 1,000 employees), Tenneco Inc. (515 employees), and Eaton Corporation (230 employees) are a small sampling of major employers that operate in this historic city. Marshall offers the benefits of small town living in safe, clean neighborhoods, and an array of annual community gatherings. Excellent schools, an award-winning hospital, and acres of park-like surroundings provide an ideal location for raising families and pursuing professional careers. The current unemployment rate in Calhoun County is 3.9%. This represents a significant decline from Calhoun County’s previous high of 13.6% in July of 2009, demonstrating the proof of the resurgence of the local economy.