We can't resist a home with tons of windows that provide spectacular views of everything Mother Nature has to offer. This new build in Ann Arbor fits the bill.

Even though the best of everything nature has to offer is right in your backyard - literally - this stunning home is just minutes from Ann Arbor's amazing downtown and the University of Michigan.

Windex is not included.

Some of the Basics

According to the listing, this 3,000-square-foot home features three bedrooms and four bathrooms. The main bedroom has double walk-in closets, and there's a beautiful spa tub in the adjoining bathroom. You'll see how spacious they are in the pictures below.

What's the first thing you look at when you look at homes online? If it's the kitchen, we have something in common. This beautiful, spacious kitchen has a large island with enough room for four chairs. It connects with the formal dining area, and that "allows the entertaining to flow out through an eight-foot glass sliding door to the covered lanai."

Over-the-Top Features

Putting a big-screen TV in the enclosed outdoor seating area is a nice touch that admittedly excites me a bit more than it should.

Even the laundry room is bigger than some homes' kitchens. And if you've ever struggled with finding an area to hang up coats and dump your family's shoes when you're lounging at home, they figured out a solution for this too.

And don't ask me how envious I am of anyone with a built-in gas grill in an enclosed area.


New Build in Ann Arbor Has Expansive Windows to the World

Okay, so you could be sacrificing a little privacy in the back of the house, but so what? This new build's expansive windows give you a front-row seat to the beauty of nature right in your own backyard.

Windex not included.

Detroit Pistons Forward Marvin Bagley's $4 Million Home

This sprawling mansion which is owned by Detroit Pistons forward Marvin Bagley III is an absolute beauty.

It's located about a half hour from where Bagley grew up, and features five bedrooms, seven glorious bathrooms, and lots of extras.

Abandoned Star Movie Theater in Taylor, MI

The abandoned Star Movie Theater in Taylor, Michigan originally opened in 1989. When it first opened there were 8 screens and 3,000 seats. It was renamed the Spotlight Theater in 2010 but by 2012 they were closed.