Spacious, inviting waterfront home on all-sports Wolverine Lake! Enjoy this gorgeous home with 4/5 bedrooms and 3.1 baths. Open floorplan on entry level features neutral colors, new wood flooring in living and dining areas. Kitchen offers newer maple cabinets with lots of granite counter space. Family area has cozy fireplace, slate flooring and large wall of windows providing scenic views of the water. Master bedroom retreat offers great view with private balcony, large walk in closet, sitting area and full bath with dual sink vanity and jetted tub. Upper level also has 2 additional bedrooms sharing a full bath. Finished lower level has walkout to brick-paver patio, extra-large bedroom (perfect for an in-law suite), additional den or potential 5th bedroom and full bath. Peaceful outdoor setting is perfect for entertaining, featuring over 300-ft of waterfront, overlooking beautiful natural setting, large in-ground pool with raised-aggregate patio and composite decking, with city water and newer septic.
|5 Bedrooms||3.1 Baths||Fireplace||2-Car Garage|
This property is mandated by the Walled Lake School District. The Walled Lake Consolidated School District is a school district with its headquarters in the Educational Services Center in Walled Lake, MI. The district has 14 elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, and one alternative school and serves over 15,000 children.
The district's service area includes all or portions of cities of Farmington Hills, Novi, Orchard Lake, Walled Lake, and Wixom, the townships of Commerce, West Bloomfield, and White Lake, and the village of Wolverine Lake. As of 2010, it is the largest school district in Oakland County, with 15,600 students and 1,600 employees.
The schools close to the property are:
- Mary Helen Guest Elementary School (1.1 miles via S Commerce Road and Decker Road)
- Oakley Park Elementary School (2 miles via S Commerce Road and Oakley Park Road)
- Walled Lake Elementary School (2.1 miles via S Commerce Road and W West Maple Road)
- Glengary Elementary School (2.6 miles via S Commerce Road and Glengary Road)
- Hickory Woods Elementary School (3.1 miles via Decker Road)
- Commerce Elementary School (3.6 miles via S Commerce Road)
- Loon Lake Elementary School (3.7 miles via W West Maple Road)
- James R Geisler Middle School (3.2 miles via S Commerce Road and W West Maple Road)
- Walnut Creek Middle School (3.3 miles via N Pontiac Trail)
- Clifford H Smart Middle School (4.2 miles via S Commerce Road and Newton Road)
- Walled Lake Central High School (1.5 miles via S Commerce Road)
- Walled Lake Western High School (3.6 miles via W West Maple Road)
This property is located in the Wolverine Lake Heights Subdivision in the inviting waterfront on all sports Wolverine Lake.
Located 0.8 miles via S Commerce Road is Penny Lake Market, a family–owned business, whose main goal is to serve the customers in a personalized, old–world tradition.
Walmart Supercenter is located 2.9 miles via Decker Road and N Pontiac Trail. These stock everything a Walmart discount store does, but also include a full-service supermarket, including meat and poultry, baked goods, delicatessen, frozen foods, dairy products, garden produce, and fresh seafood. Many Walmart Supercenters also have a garden center, pet shop, pharmacy, Tire and Lube Express, optical center, one-hour photo processing lab, portrait studio, and numerous alcove shops, such as cellular phone stores, hair and nail salons, video rental stores, local bank branches (newer locations have Woodforest National Bank branches), and fast food outlets, usually Subway but sometimes Dunkin Donuts, McDonald's, Wendy's, Checker's, Burger King or Blimpie.
Beyond the basic purpose of restaurants to provide food and drink, restaurants have, historically, fulfilled a human need for connection and shaped social relations. Located on a short walking distance of 0.8 mile via S Commerce Road are a couple of nearby restaurants and fast food chains such as CAYA Smokehouse Grill, Boon Kai Restaurant, Pizza Hut, L. George's, and Jet's Pizza.
Parks provide a meeting place where community members can develop social ties, and where healthy behavior is modeled and admired.
Hickory Glen park is a 155 acre park located on Glengary and South Commerce Roads. A non-motorized pathway connecting many of our parks and adjacent communities runs through the park. Benches dot the landscape and provide respite for those on the non-motorized pathway. Off of the non-motorized pathway through Hickory Glen park the members of The Michigan Mountain Bike Association, have built and maintain mountain bike trails with the approval of the Parks and Recreation Committee. Regular and special event rides are held by the club on trails designed for beginner to advance skill levels so all ages and abilities can enjoy riding together. Trail signs indicating direction and skill levels have been erected to assist riders along the trails.
Maple Glen Park is located on Glengary Road west of Benstein Road and south of the Proud Lake State Park Campgrounds. This park is the home of two (2) ball leagues, the Interlakes Girls Softball League and the Commerce Little League. The leagues have built and maintained the baseball diamonds through generous donations and the volunteerism of its players’ families. The leagues were instrumental in obtaining the mileage to purchase this park in the 1960’s. The leagues work together as well as with other organizations in the community to schedule, maintain and utilize these fields.
Malls offer free year round entertainment for all ages, including musical/choral groups, dancers and a wide range of other events designed to engage and entertain. No other retail venue can provide the level of entertainment a mall can.
West Oaks II is located at the intersection of Novi Road and I-96. The center sits directly across Novi Road from the areas super regional shopping center, Twelve Oaks Mall, creating one of the busiest retail hubs in southeastern Michigan. The center has several popular retail tenants, including Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts, Marshalls, Kohls, and Five Below.
Orchard Mall is an intimate high-end shopping destination located 7.5 miles via W Maple Road. This intimate enclosed neighborhood mall is situated at the heart of what is one of the most populous, affluent and desirable suburbs of Detroit. Orchard Mall offers the comfort of shopping amongst a community that shares values. It is known for great personal service and attention to detail. Most boutiques are entrepreneurial and family-owned, with the unique ingenuity and creativity that comes from proprietors who have turned passions into livelihoods. Orchard Mall has evolved with its customer base. Offering a variety of upscale boutiques, salons and eateries, Orchard Mall caters to a discerning, hip shopper.
Downtown is an important factor for industrial, commercial developers, and professional recruitment.
The Adventure Park at West Bloomfield is the second "aerial forest park" in Michigan and is currently the largest. The five beautiful forest acres feature platforms in the trees connected by challenge bridges and zip lines waiting for one to climb and explore. 10 different color-coded courses to choose from ranging from beginner through advanced. No climbing experience necessary! All climbers are continuously clipped on to a safety cable throughout their time in the trees. Upon arrival all climbers receive a full instructional session from our friendly staff on how to use their safety harness and equipment as well as correct climbing procedures. A great outdoor family experience! Courses suitable for ages five and older. The courses or "aerial trails" are designed for self-exploration and our staff are stationed throughout the Park to advise or assist if needed. With the exception of 5- and 6-year olds, parents or guardians need not climb with kids 7 and older but must be on premises to supervise. (Climbing requirements vary by age.)
West Oakland Railroad Museum is a museum of railroad history and artifacts affiliated with the Chi-Town Union Station, world's largest O-scale model railroad layout 10,000 square feet five to seven layers deep, and home of the world record longest model train, 1,112.06 feet (1205 freight cars and 26 locomotives). Focuses on American railroading in the 1950's and 60's with an emphasis on passenger travel through Chicago.