5510 River Park, Waterford Twp., MI 48327
Gorgeous 3 bed 2.1 bath detached condo offers maintenance-free living in Waterford Twp. Entry opens to spacious open floor plan with soaring ceilings, skylights, and lots of windows for natural light pouring in throughout. Kitchen offers plenty of granite counter and custom cabinet space, and hardwood floors that flow into lovely dinning area surrounded by bay window. Entry level master en-suite has sliding door access to deck, walk in closet with custom shelving in closet and large full bath with dual sink vanity and extra storage. Laundry and powder room are conveniently located on entry level. Upper level provides 2 roomy bedrooms one with walk in closet and share a full bath. Unfinished lower level has new hot water heater, reverse osmosis system, sump pump with backup and radon system installed. Exquisite exterior features beautiful curb appeal 2-car attached garage and entertaining back deck.
|3 Bedrooms||2.1 Baths||Fireplace||2-Car Garage|
Waterford Township lays claim to the first public school in Oakland County. That school was established in 1821 on the shores of Silver Lake with seven students. That number grew to 13 when its first permanent home, a log schoolhouse, was dedicated the next year. Ira Donelson, for whom Donelson Hills Elementary is named, was elected as the township's first Supervisor of Education in 1835, the year Waterford Township was organized. As the township grew, more schoolhouses were built, including Drayton Plains in 1865, Four Towns in 1866 and Waterford Center in 1869.
At its peak in the 1970s, Waterford School District contained 27 elementary schools, three middle schools and three high schools—Waterford Township which closed in 1983, Kettering and Mott. Today, there are nine elementary schools, two middle schools and two high schools.
The schools close to the property are:
- Haviland Elementary School (0.3 mile via Cooley Lake Road and Cass Elizabeth Road)
- Knudsen Elementary School (2.4 miles via Cooley Lake Road and Elizabeth Lake Road)
- Riverside Elementary School (2.9 miles via Cooley Lake Road)
- Beaumont Elementay School (3.2 miles via Cooley Lake Road and Elizabeth Lake Road)
- Donelson Hills Elementary School (3.3 miles via Cooley Lake Road and Elizabeth Lake Road)
- Pierce Middle School (3.9 miles via Cooley Lake Road and Crescent Lake Road)
- Mason Middle School (5.8 miles via Crescent Lake Road)
- Mott High School (4.2 miles via Cooley Lake Road and Scott Lake Road)
- Kettering High School (4.3 miles via Cooley Lake Road and Crescent Lake Road)
This property is located in the River Park Condominiums which is strategically located to be close to grocery stores, restaurants and recreational parks.
Located 2.7 miles via Cooley Lake Road is Food Castle Cooley. This busy and friendly grocery store has a wide array of grocery staples such as canned goods, TV dinners, cereals, and freshly-baked bread, not to mention the freshly baked pastas to packaged noodles, Food Castle Cooley has all of pasta necessities. The produce available here is a great side to any meal in need of some fresh nutrients. For baked goods that are as delicious as they are fluffy, don't forget to pick up some fresh ingredients to make sure your creation hits it out-of-the-park.
Restaurants have always played an essential role in the business, social, intellectual and artistic life of a thriving society.Located 1.5 miles via Cooley Lake Road are Dobski's Restaurant, Greek Jalapeno, La Pizza and Subs, Green apple Restaurant, and Lunch Box Spot.
Recreational parks serve as an affordable place for people to exercise, enjoy nature, and spend time with their family and friends. Located 4.7 miles via Elizabeth Lake Road is Waterford Oaks Waterpark, this 185-acre preserve with a bicycle motocross track, water park, sand volleyball court & sledding hill. Waterford Oaks Waterpark has a tropical-theme wave pool with palm trees and shallow-end bubbler fountains. The Dual-flume Slidewinder Waterslide and wave-action pool is heated to 78 degrees, so even when it's cloudy or windy, the water's just fine. The Big Bucket children's water playground features more than 30 interactive activities including a giant tipping bucket, waterfalls and sprays. Ragin' Rapids, a group raft ride, starts at a height of three stories; carries riders 515 feet through drops and turns; and ends in a three-foot deep splash-down pool.
For an extraordinary experience, located 4.9 miles via Airport Road and Elizabeth Lake Road is Magnum Helicopters, that offers a range of services including sight seeing flights, photo tours, and flying lessons. Magnum's pilots are highly experienced, with 65 years of combined flying experience in all kinds of crafts, including fixed wing and rotor vehicles.