21980 Barclay, Novi, MI 48374
Stunning 4 bed 3.5 bath cape cod in Novi! Entry opens into 2 story foyer with hardwood floors, neutral colors and french doors give access to home office with vaulted ceiling and large window. Formal dining area is perfect for entertaining along with living room featuring gorgeous bay window and 2-sided fireplace. Spacious kitchen provides plenty of counter/cabinet storage, including island with granite, recessed lighting and butlers pantry. Open breakfast/family area has fireplace, wall of windows and sliding glass door to back patio, letting in lots of natural light. Master bedroom with cathedral ceiling, sliding glass door to private deck and full bath includes His/Hers walk in closet, dual sink vanity and soaking tub. Upper level has large loft area and 2 bedrooms that share a full bath. Professionally finished lower level offers perfect family recreation space, 4th bedroom, full bath, prepped for kitchen and would make perfect in-law quarters. Exquisite exterior features lovely curb appeal, 3-car garage and new in-ground heated pool with automatic cover.
|4 Bedrooms||3.1 Baths||Pool||Fireplace||3-Car Garage|
Designated areas of the district are assigned to various schools. Each elementary school and middle school has an attendance zone. Students are randomly assigned to high schools, regardless of their locations within the district. The Novi Community School District (NCSD) is the school district that governs the schools surrounding the Crestwood property, this is the school district with its headquarters located in Novi, MI. It operates eight schools. NCSD is ranked as the fourth best school district in the state of Michigan on k12 Niche and is consistently ranked in the top 20 school districts in the state of Michigan, in many rankings.
The board of education includes a president, a vice president, a secretary, a treasurer, and four members. As of 2011 Dr. Steve Matthews is the district superintendent. NCSD is ranked as the fourth best school district in the state of Michigan on k12 Niche and is also consistently ranked in the top 20 school districts in the state of Michigan, in many rankings. In the decade leading up to 2005, the school district's enrollment increased from 3,790 to 6,150 and the budget increased from $29 million to $60 million. Around 2005, district administrators anticipated that newly established housing developments in northern and western Novi would add 1,600 houses to the district. In 2005 the school district proposed giving random drug tests to students involved in all extracurricular activities.
The schools near the property are:
- Novi Woods Elementary School (2.7 miles via W 9 Mile Road and Taft Road)
- Parkview Elementary School (3.3 miles via Taft Road)
- Novi Meadows Elementary School (3.7 miles via Beck Road and W 11 Mile Road)
- Deerfield Elementary School (3.8 miles via Beck Road and Wixom Road)
- Orchard Hills Elementary School (4.1 miles via W 10 Mile Road)
- Village Oaks Elementary School (4.2 miles via W 9 Mile Road)
- Novi Middle School (3.3 miles via Beck Road)
- Novi High School (1.9 miles via W 9 Mile Road and Taft Road)
- Novi Career Preparation High School (2.8 miles via W 9 Mile Road and Taft Road)
This absolutely stunning property is located in the Barclay Estates located between 8 and 9 Mile Roads, and also between Taft and Beck Road.
Recreational parks serve as an affordable place for people to exercise, enjoy nature, and spend time with their family and friends.
Closest park is Ella Mae Park, located 1.3 miles northeast of the subdivision, behind Novi Civic Center. Novi Civic Center is a landmark in the city since it's the home of the city's administrative offices. Ella Mae Power Park is a huge park where adult softball tournaments are held. This park has been actively renovated in the past years for improvement of the field, landscapes, signage and lighting. Facilities include 2 baseball fields, a playground area, sand volleyball, soccer field, 4 ball fields for soft ball, restrooms and a concession. There are also natural features such as creeks, water lands, nature trails and woodlands.
Maybury Park is the next closest park to Barclay Estates. It’s one of the biggest (944 acres) park in South MI. This park features different types of terrains for different recreational activity like biking (paved), hiking, horseback riding and there's also a lake for fishing. This park also offers picnic spots and playgrounds for kids. There's also a farm which provides education information on animals, sheep shearing, dairy days and other farming demonstration.
The major events of life, personal and professional, are celebrated in restaurants. Acquaintances become friends around a table in the safe and controlled environment of a restaurant. Individuals become lovers across a restaurant table, sometimes. Located 2.5 miles via 8 Mile Road are Garage Grill and Fuel Bar, Tirami Su, Table 5, Rebecca's Family Reataurant and Ice Cream Parlor, Pooloe's Tavern, Koji, and The Early Bird.
Shopping malls are playing a key role in modern retailing and marketing system, furthermore they still dominate the distribution system of goods.
Twelve Oaks Mall is one of the most popular places to shop in South Michigan. A major regional shopping center featuring nearly 200 fine stores plus Nordstrom, Macy's, Lord & Taylor, JCPenney and Sears, Twelve Oaks has been serving customers in the many affluent, fast-growing local communities since 1977. Other retailers include Petland Novi, Suki Hana, Windsor, ALDO, The Limited, Foot Locker, Victoria’s Secret and Pink, Abercrombie and Fitch, and a lot more.
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, Five Below, Bed Bath and Beyond, Gamestop, RadioShack, and Toys "R" Us.
Downtown can be a tourist attraction and is the location of a community’s unique businesses and buildings. It is where the arts and culture thrive.
Motorsports Museum and Hall of Fame is a unique museum that showcases all forms of motor sports including race cars, trucks, snowmobiles, motorcycles, and boats. See exhibits featuring the innovative individuals who put the wheels in motion.
Mill Race Village/Northville Historical Society is a historical village which preserves the architectural styles common to the Northville area prior to 1900's. The village sits on 11 acres of land surrounded by water on all but one side. Village buildings include a church, school, inn, blacksmith shop, gazebo, interurban station, and three homes.