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What’s the best way to prepare your property as we head into the winter months? To help me cover this topic, I’m joined by Jim Levine from Levine & Sons.

  

Today I’m joined by special guest Jim Levine of Levine & Sons to talk about something very important for this time of year: heating, cooling, plumbing, and ways to prepare your property for the coming winter months.

One of the first things I want to go over is the importance of getting your furnace checked on a yearly basis. Doing this is almost like going to the doctor for an annual physical.

For one, you need to change your filter to ensure proper airflow for the furnace. If there isn’t proper airflow, the heat exchanger can get overworked and crack.

This could lead to you losing heat altogether. Ultimately, changing the air filter is probably the most important thing you can do for the health of your furnace. Not maintaining your furnace properly can absolutely lead to costly repairs.


Changing the air filter is probably the most important thing you can do for the health of your furnace.

 

Also, it’s incredibly important that you have a carbon monoxide detector. This gas is a silent killer. It is tasteless, odorless, and you won’t know that it’s affecting you until you already begin to feel sick.

Because these issues are so important to my team and I, we’re partnering with Levine & Sons to give our past clients and friends of The Perna Team 10% off furnace checks. Also, we want to offer you two free carbon monoxide detectors. Even if you have a detector already, you absolutely need to replace it if it is more than eight years old.

Levine & Sons was started in 1927 by Jim’s grandfather, and the business is still going strong. They provide services like plumbing, heating, cooling, sewer line cleaning, and excavation. Everyone at Levine & Sons provides high-quality service with a smile on their face.

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Keller Williams has committed to raising over $20 million to help hurricane survivors back on track, but it’s not enough. Found out what you can do to help the community.

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have caused over 200 BILLION DOLLARS in damage. In Houston over 80% of homes do not have flood insurance. Last week thousands of Keller Williams Agents (myself included) and 3 dozen supply packed 18 wheelers poured into the Houston area, while hundreds of Keller Williams Agents rushed to Florida with a dozen 18 wheelers full of supplies. Now that the media has moved on, WE CANNOT. Fighting mold, causing heat and humidity that week, we fought against time in mucking out houses, sadly removing personal items, as well as drywall, carpet, cabinetry and more. In addition, we packed and brought in over 10,000 meals, sheltered hundreds of evacuates, and more.

There is more work to be done and more dollars needed to do it. The Perna Team and Keller Williams is committed to raising 20 million that will go directly to these two disasters. Alone it won't solve all the problems, however, just a little bit of help from everyone can.

To date, The Perna Team has raised $156,000 and counting.


Generosity is greatly needed in these desperate times.
 

Please click the KW Cares link below to learn more about KW and Perna Team relief efforts. Also, there's a spot to donate direct should you choose.  Every dollar counts and we're in this as Americans together.

 

  

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This property is in Kimberley Subdivision which is assigned to Farmington Public Schools. The school district provides services for students in Farmington, Farmington Hills and a portion of West Bloomfield. It operates 2 early childhood centers, 9 elementary schools, 2 upper elementary schools, 2 middle schools and 4 high schools.

Beechview Elementary School is a walking distance from this home. The school is rated 6/10 by greatschools.org with 294 students enrolled. Warner Upper Elementary School is 5 miles north. It is rated 6/10 by greatschools.org with 838 students. East Middle School is 1 mile from the subdivision. It is rated 5/10 by greatschools with 922 students enrolled. The student population is currently declining in line with most of southeast Michigan. East will be an estimated 60 students less in the coming school year. Over the last 3 years, the free and reduced lunch population has increased from 25% to 30%. The student population has become more transient as families have been moving in and out of the school community. East has received Title 1 funding for the past 8 years. Harrison High School (also known as "Farmington Harrison" or simply as "Harrison") is 2 miles north. As of the 2015-2016 school year, the school educates a student body of 1,083. Harrison High School’s Mission is "to develop students to be caring and engaged learners who make informed decisions as they become internationally minded in their stewardship of the world and its resources." Harrison's mascot is the Hawk and its colors are green and gold. In March 2016, the Farmington school board announced that the school will be closed following the 2018-19 academic year, citing lower student populations in the city of Farmington Hills.

Mercy High School is also less than a mile from this home. This school is a Catholic college, all-girls preparatory school. The Mercy tradition began in 1945 when the Sisters of Mercy opened Our Lady of Mercy High School at Outer Drive and Southfield Roads in Detroit. Throughout its 70 years as an exemplary high school, over 14,000 students have graduated from Mercy.

Oakland Community College is 2 miles west. OCC has 5 campuses and Orchard Ridge Campus in Farmington Hills is the largest. It's an award-winning Culinary Studies Institute is found in Orchard Ridge Campus. The campus is also known as the fine and performing arts campus, and offers visual and performing arts programs as well as several design programs. Throughout the year, the Wallace F. Smith Theatre offers cultural events, including theatre and dance performances open to the community and students.

South University in Novi is 9.5 miles west. Established in 1899, South University is a private academic institution dedicated to providing educational opportunities for the intellectual, social, and professional development of a diverse student population. The Novi, Michigan campus offers focused and balanced curricula at the bachelor's degree level in the areas of business administration, criminal justice, healthcare management, and psychology. Other degree programs offered include a Master of Arts in professional counseling and a Master of Business Administration. South University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees.

Walsh College - Novi Campus is 10.5 miles west. It serves the residents and students of western Oakland and Wayne counties. The Novi Campus is a technology-enriched facility that operates as a full service campus with 35,000 square foot of classrooms, open computer labs, a library, bookstore, student lounge and meeting space. Founded in 1922 and celebrating more than 90 years of business education, Walsh College offers 19 business and related technology degree programs at the bachelor's and master's levels that are responsive to student, employer, and community needs. Walsh is a private, not-for-profit institution offering courses and services at locations in Troy, Novi, Clinton Township, Port Huron, and online.  

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Hurricane Harvey has had an absolutely devastating impact along the coast. We are doing everything we can to help and have information on how you can do so too.

There are many great Metro-Detroit area homes for sale. Click here to perform a full home search, or if you're thinking of selling your home,click here for a FREE Home Price Valuation so you know what buyers will pay for your home in today's market. You may also call me at 248-886-4450 for a FREE home buying or selling consultation to answer any of your real estate questions. 

Today we’ll be making a departure from our usual subject, real estate, to talk about something a little different: Hurricane Harvey.

This storm has been one of the greatest natural disasters of our time, having displaced 30,000 people in its wake. In the past few days alone, there have been 450,000 requests for disaster relief and more are likely to come.

There has been $160 billion worth of destruction, and the size of the storm is approximately the size of Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy combined.

A record-breaking 52 inches of rainfall has caused widespread damage and help is desperately needed by those affected. Never before has so much rain fallen at once in the continental US.


Generosity is greatly needed in these desperate times.

 

Be on the lookout for scam organizations posing as charities. Many of these are looking to unethically take on money and donations without any intent of using these resources in any sort of relief effort.

Keller Williams is making our own effort to help. If you would like to make a donation, visit www.kwrelief.org where you will find a direct link to the American Red Cross.

We are doing everything we can to get resources like money, supplies, and volunteer help into the right hands. Several Keller Williams agents have dedicated their time and energy to assisting those in need.

The worst is still not over. There are months of rebuilding ahead and there are many families who have lost absolutely everything. We encourage anyone and everyone who is able to do so to give once, twice, or as often as they can to help put these families back on their feet.

Generosity is greatly needed in these desperate times.

On the Perna Team, we’ve begun taking donations as well. Keller Williams Realty International has prepared three 18-wheeler trucks to bring supplies, help, food, and clean water into disaster areas. They will continue to travel to areas of need for as long as is necessary.

All of us at Keller Williams are greatly committed to doing everything we can to help.

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Plymouth Canton SchoolsYour Guide To Plymouth Canton Schools

Everything you wanted to know about the Plymouth-Canton school cluster and educational options. 

Field elementary School

It is a public regular school with 391 enrolled students in elementary levels, providing services for grade levels PK-5. The school ranked better than 52.7% of elementary schools in Michigan. The student/teacher ratio at Field Elementary School is 14.6, which is the 4th best among 15 elementary schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District.

Dodson Elementary School

A public magnet school enrolls 561 students in grades PK and K-5. According to state standards, 86% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2014, Dodson Elementary School ranked better than 97.1% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked first among 15 ranked elementary schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District.

Crescent Academy International

A private, college preparatory, Islamic school enrolling 423 students in Montessori preschool up to 8th grade. The school is located in Canton, Michigan in the western suburb of Detroit. Crescent Academy was founded in 1991 by the Michigan Education Council and opened its doors after the completion of its new $2.4 million school facility. Crescent Academy provides a comprehensive instructional program that offers students a broad rand of both academic and religious subjects, including Islamic Studies, Arabic Language, Language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, health, art and physical Education. In addition to these core subjects, the school offers various mini courses and other educational activities for special interest to students. The school's academic program includes various field trips that take students to many places of educational interest and value. The school participates in intramural basketball and volleyball, and plans are underway to have student council and a chapter of the National Junior Honor Society.

Canton Charter Academy

A part of the National Heritage Academies (NHA), which is a for-profit charter school management organization that was formed in 1995 by entrepreneur J. C. Huizenga. As charter schools, NHA schools are publicly funded schools and charge no tuition. They are authorized by state-approved institutions such as universities and school boards, and therefore have no geographic boundaries. The schools focus on college preparedness and serve students from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Something to think about if you're coming from Burnaby condos for sale

Canton Charter Academy has 737 students in grades K-8. In 2014, Canton Charter Academy ranked better than 96.4% of elementary schools in Michigan. According to state standards, 84% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading.

Canton Preparatory High School

This school serves more than 800 students from grades 9 through 12. Parents choose Canton Prep for their child’s high school career because of the smaller school environment, the moral focus infused throughout the curriculum, the individualized attention students receive and the high academic standards and rigor that is characteristic of the educational program.

Aside from the school's curriculum, they also offer college counseling and academic tutoring. In college counselling, both the students and parents are guided through the post-secondary planning process and to create plans for college or other post-secondary experiences. Academic tutoring is designed in a uniquely supportive environment that encourages the success of all students. The teachers partner with parents to form a cohesive unit of support that guides and inspires students. The school offers free tutoring programs, as well as online learning materials.

Salem High School

One of the three public secondary schools that encompasses the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park.  Salem High School has more than 2,000 students from grades 9-12. Students have the opportunity to run a restaurant (the Rock Cafe in Salem), work in a preschool, produce a news program that airs during school three times a week, work in an auto shop, be involved in either of the two theatre groups, and work in one of the Park's three school stores. The Salem High School offers band, orchestra, and choir courses, ranging from beginners to pre-professional. The school has a writing center, and a math lab, which offers free tutoring service for students' writing, and additional help for students' math respectively. Earning a college degree is all about opening up opportunities in life. It prepares an individual, both intellectually and socially, for their career and adult life.

Davenport University

A private, non-profit, multi-location university located 9.8 miles via I-275 N. It was founded in 1866, and currently offers associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees, diplomas and post-grad certification programs in business, technology, health professions, and graduate studies (MBA). The campus contains one academic building, a field house/student activities center, two suite style residence halls, and one traditional style residence hall with a full cafeteria. Davenport University offers 50 areas of study and confers degrees from its four colleges. The university has a faculty-student ratio of 20:1 and an acceptance rate of 93%. With a current approximate estimate of 13,500 enrolled students, this university specializes in business majors, with the Business Administration and Management program being the most popular major at the university with close to 20% of enrolled undergraduate students. Other popular majors include: Accounting, Business/Commerce, Marketing/Marketing Management, and Human Resources Management.

Wayne State University

A public research university that offers more than 380 programs to nearly 28,000 graduate and undergraduate students. Located 7.7 miles via N Haggerty Road, it is currently Michigan's third-largest university and one of the 100 largest universities in the United States. Wayne State's comprehensive academic offerings are divided among 13 schools and colleges: the School of business, the College of Education, the College of Engineering, the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts, the Graduate School, the Law School, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Library and Information Science, the School of Medicine, the College of Nursing, the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, the Irvin D Reid Honors College, and the School of Social Work. Wayne State University is Michigan's only urban research university and is renowned particularly for its contributions in the sciences. In 2015, WSU bestowed its first posthumous honorary doctorate degree.

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This property is assigned to Plymouth-Canton Schools.

2 miles from this property is Field Elementary School. It is a public regular school with 391 enrolled students in elementary levels, providing services for grade levels PK-5. The school ranked better than 52.7% of elementary schools in Michigan. The student/teacher ratio at Field Elementary School is 14.6, which is the 4th best among 15 elementary schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District.

Located 2.6 miles via Saltz Road, Dodson Elementary School is a public magnet school enrolls 561 students in grades PK and K-5. According to state standards, 86% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2014, Dodson Elementary School ranked better than 97.1% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked first among 15 ranked elementary schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District.

Salem High School, one of the three public secondary schools that encompasses the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, located 3.8 miles via Morton Taylor Road and Joy Road. Salem High School has more than 2,000 students from grades 9-12. Students have the opportunity to run a restaurant (the Rock Cafe in Salem), work in a preschool, produce a news program that airs during school three times a week, work in an auto shop, be involved in either of the two theatre groups, and work in one of the Park's three school stores. The Salem High School offers band, orchestra, and choir courses, ranging from beginners to pre-professional. The school has a writing center, and a math lab, which offers free tutoring service for students' writing, and additional help for students' math respectively. 

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Livonia Real Estate Information

City of Livonia Homes for SaleLivonia has grown from a population of 17,000 in 1950 to nearly 100,000 today, making it the third-largest city in Wayne County and the ninth-largest city in Michigan. Livonia is made up of 36 square miles in northwest Wayne County and offers multiple different housing options from affordable condominiums, to small to mid-size single family homes, to large upscale new construction homes. Livonia also has the lowest property tax rate in Wayne County.
 

Livonia Community

Livonia is served by two school districts, Livonia Public Schools and Clarenceville School District. Livonia was rated The Second Best Kid Friendly Place in the Nation by Population Connection and recognized by the FBI as the Second Safest City in Michigan for populations over 75,000. The community offers 22 neighborhood parks and a state of the art Recreation Center that offers discounts to Livonia residents, and Laurel Park Mall that offers shopping and dining.

There are 3 city owned and operated golf courses, 22 playgrounds, 42 baseball diamonds, 33 tennis courts and 27 soccer fields. The City also owns 2 indoor ice arenas with 3 sheets of ice. The Livonia Recreation Center offers activities for residents of all ages and fitness levels to participate in a lively and inviting environment. The center includes a wide variety of activities, including, two indoor pools with a 250 foot water slide, a 40 foot high climbing wall, an outdoor in-line skate rink, skateboard park and volleyball courts.

The city of Livonia celebrates is birthday each year during the last week of June in a fashion called, The Livonia Spree Festival. The Spree provides family fun from start to finish with amusement rides, food, various attractions and of course, fireworks. The festival helps raise funds for the City of Livonia and for many non-profit projects and programs in the community.

The cultural fiber of the City is alive and thriving. Both music and the Arts are celebrated and embraced. The Livonia Symphony Orchestra is 25 years old and still going strong. They perform a full concert series each year, and special events including a wide range of musical repertoires. The Livonia Civic Chorus remains active throughout the year with its annual spring musical and various performances around the City. The Music Under the Stars series is a highlight for Livonia residents each summer.

Greenmead Historical Village and the Wilson Barn preserve the past for both residents and visitors alike. Greenmead has been preserving Livonia's heritage for years and features some of the city's original buildings from the 1850s. It is also the home of several events, including The Fine Arts Festival and the Arts and Crafts Festival. Meanwhile, Wilson Barn is also the site of numerous events and activities throughout the year, including flower sales, an antique car show and holiday programs.

Livonia offers a wide variety of entertainment, dining and shopping venues. Numerous movie theaters include a 20-screen state of the art facility. With over 200 restaurants within the city limits, Livonia has something for everyone's taste.

There are two restaurants in particular that are considered landmarks in the city. The first is known for its greasy burgers, also known as sliders is known as Bates Burgers. The second restaurant controls the start of summer. The first day it opens each year, is considered the first day of summer in the city of Livonia. On a hot summer day, nothing beats Han-D-Dip Dairy Barn.

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Farmington Hills Real Estate Information

Farmington Hills MI Real EstateFarmington was named a city in 1926 but was considered a small village that primarily served the  area’s farming community until the 1950's. Today, Farmington consists of 10 square miles in south Oakland County and has 152,631 households. Known for its Victorian style charm, Farmington remains a graceful historic district with much to offer to its residents such as weekly  farmer's markets, seasonal festivals, community library, and the historic Farmington Civic Theater.

Farmington Hills Community

Farmington offers a wide range of parks and recreation activities great for families, children and  senior citizens. Shiawassee Park, Drake Park, Women’s Park, Memorial Park, and Downtown Riley Park make up the parks system in Farmington.  Some community activities include the annual Duck Race, Youth Baseball Tournament, ice-skating, and recreation programs. The city also offers senior services and provides a wide variety of programs and services for adults 50 & better. The Farmington Farmer's & Artisan Market is every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. between the months of May to November. Friendly neighborhoods with a strong sense of community make this a desirable place to live. 

The Farmington real estate community brings with it four major parks and four neighborhood parks which make up more than 600 acres of public parkland.  This does not take into account the 10 miles of cross-country ski trails, a nature center, and hiking trails.

Throughout the year, Farmington sponsors special events such as the Summer Fun Series, "Shopping for Holiday Dollars" promotion, Halloween Fun Fest, the Farmer's Market and Summer Concert Series. Downtown merchants work together to sponsor sidewalk sales, Summer's End Celebration and other activities that make the downtown shopping experience fun for everyone.

One of 30 traditional downtown settings in Oakland County, Farmington offers an outstanding alternative to the shopping mall environment. Here, shoppers will find satisfaction and enjoyment in the wide assortment of retail stores, restaurants, cafes, and professional services.

Farmington Hills is home to a number of Metro Detroit’s fine dining establishments, as well as a wide range of ethnic restaurants.

The area is also home to many recreation facilities, such as the Farmington Hills Ice Arena and Costick Activities Center. The William Costick Activities Center provides a community-oriented, multi-purpose facility where citizens of all ages from Farmington, Farmington Hills and surrounding communities can enjoy a wide variety of social, recreational and cultural activities, events, programs and services. It serves the recreational needs of local residents with a swimming pool, multi-purpose gymnasium, three soccer fields and meeting rooms. Parks and Recreation officials take pride in offering diverse programming for those interested in hockey, softball, tennis, golf volleyball and soccer.

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Canton Real Estate Information

City of Canton Real EstateCanton is a desirable neighborhood due to its proximity to major freeways and offers a magnitude of housing options from historical  farmhouses to new construction and developments. Since the construction of I-275 and the explosion of commercial development  along Ford Road has steadily brought in new residents.
 

Canton Community

Canton is dedicated to preserving its rich history and serving its community. Once known as the "Sweet Corn Capital of Michigan,"  Canton has weekly farmer's markets offering fresh Michigan produce and locally made products. The Canton area is served by 3  major public school districts: Plymouth Canton Community School District (PCCSD), the Van Buren School District, and the Wayne-  Westland Community School District, though the vast majority is served by PCCSD. The community offers parks and recreation a  activities for children, such as summer camp programs, splash playgrounds, multiple parks and The Aquatic Center. There is also a  senior center for adults 55 and better.

Opportunities for recreation are plentiful in Canton Canton Leisure Services is the 2008 winner of the National Recreation and Parks Association Gold Medal Award for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management.

The center of community recreation, Summit on the Park, is recognized throughout the southeastern Michigan area for its unique recreational programs and services as well as its quality full-service banquet facilities. The Summit, an 95,000-square-foot facility, offers a full-service fitness center, an aquatics area, a gymnasium, an indoor running track, racquetball courts, and dance studios. The $16 million complex, located in the heart of the community in the beautiful 105-acre Heritage Park, includes a wide array of outstanding cultural and recreational amenities. Its unique design is topped by a 75-foot high glass tower and massive copper and glass superstructure.

Leaders in the community continue to place a great emphasis on developing open space and park areas for the use and enjoyment of the public. Canton is home to two golf courses. Fellows Creek Golf Course offers 27 holes and Pheasant Run Golf Course currently features 18 holes.

The community also plays host to many special events throughout the year. Liberty Fest continues to be Canton's most popular annual festival and is joined throughout the year by October Fest, summer concert series in Heritage Park, the annual Fishing Derby, Marshmallow Drop and other events for all ages. Canton’s Heritage Park hosts a summer-long weekly Music in the Park every year. Thursday nights a variety of bands from country & western to jazz entertain the Canton residents. Canton is also home to the Canton Sports Center which is at the heart of Victory Park located on Michigan Avenue in Canton, Michigan. Canton Sports Center features 12 lighted ball fields with 300' fences and covered bleacher seating. Families are welcome to enjoy the open space, a kids playscape, a full service restaurant (Diamond's Bar & Grill), outdoor patios and concessions. Canton is also home to Arctic Edge Of Canton Ice Skating Rink, which is an indoor rink and open year round that offers a number of hockey and figure skating programs, as well as open skating, all open to the public.

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Plymouth Real Estate Information

 Plymouth Michigan Real EstateThe City of Plymouth, nestled into the middle of the 16.6 square miles that is Plymouth Township, is conveniently located along M-  14 of western Wayne County. Plymouth has one of the lowest tax rates in Wayne County and was rated #1 place to live in Michigan in  2014 by Areavibes. Plymouth exemplifies historic charm with its Victorian-style and cape cod homes and historical markers. Access  to major freeways, world-class industrial parks and high quality housing developments make Plymouth a top location for Metro  Detroit buyers.
 

 Plymouth Community

 Plymouth offers senior services and is looking at expanding senior programs at the "Friendship Station", a facility for the senior  population. Enjoy a walk through Kellogg Park and enjoy eats and drinks at the many bars and restaurants in the Downtown area.  The Penn Theater in the heart of Downtown Plymouth opened in 1941 and has become a staple of the city and the community.

The Township contains numerous parks, baseball diamonds and soccer fields. The Plymouth Cultural Center and Ice Arena provides meeting rooms, hockey and ice skating, and the Compuware Sports Arena is home to the Ontario Hockey League Plymouth Whalers. The 80 acre Plymouth Township Park contains walking trails, sledding hills, a fish pond (with handicapped access), Sprayscape (water park) and is located adjacent to a city owned 18-hole golf course. The town also has three other privately owned courses and there are numerous golf facilities in neighboring towns. Plymouth homes are offered extensive recreation programs for all ages, and hosts many popular community events, including the Fall Festival, Ice Sculpture Spectacular (which draws over half a million people), and Art in the Park.

Plymouth MI Golf Courses

Plymouth has its share of Golf Courses.

The St. Johns Seminary and Golf Course has a golf course and golf school. This 18-hole public course is built on rolling terrain, and its undulating greens are difficult to read and well bunkered.

Hilltop Golf Course overlooks stately pines and rolling hills, and features a classical layout with some of the area's most challenging greens. This public18-hole course has tree-lined fairways and subtly contoured greens.

Brae Burn Golf Club is an 18-hole championship course renown for its fast undulating greens and is "Home of the Monster", a 617 yard, par 5, double dog leg. The course's greens are fast and somewhat contoured, and the fairways are open with sand and grass bunkers.

Fox Hills Country Club is a public, 63-hole course. It has five outstanding courses; one eighteen-hole course, three nine-hole courses that are played in eighteen-hole combinations, and an eighteen-hole par 3 course. The Golden Fox Course is its championship course, and has narrow fairways and marshlands incorporated into its design. The most challenging of the three nine-hole courses is the Lakes/Hills Course. The Strategic Fox, an eighteen-hole, par 3 course, is the most recent addition to Fox Hills.

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