Country Oaks Homes for Sale
Country Oaks Homes for sale Farmington Hills MI
Country Oaks Homes for sale Farmington Hills MI
Country Oaks, Farmington Hills, MI
- Approx Sale Price Range: $200,000 - $500,000
- Square footage Range: 2,500 - 2,700
- Year Built Range: 1983 - 1985
- School District: Farmington
The Country Oaks homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of 13 MIle Road and west of Drake Road in the 48331 zip code. Clean and well-maintained homes in the quiet neighborhood of Country Oaks Subdivision. First floor master bedroom offers walk in closet and spacious master math with separate shower and jacuzzi tub. Kitchen is fully updated with recessed lighting, maple cabinets, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, tile back splash, and a breakfast nook with doorwall access to back deck. Basement is beautifully finished with recessed lights, a workout gym, large storage space, an extra bedroom with full bath. Backyard has lush greens and manicured lawn.
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Country Oaks Subdivision Location
The Country Oaks homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of 13 MIle Road and west of Drake Road.
Heartland Marketplace, located 2.7 miles via W 13 Mile Road and Farmington Road, is a Detroit based, family owned and operated full service supermarket that features fresh meats, deli, bakery, produce, seafood and more. Try out theTender Ridge Beef, homemade donuts, Boar’s Head Meats, fresh salads, rotisserie chicken, and huge selection of craft beers.
Located 3 miles via W 13 Mile Road is Patel Brothers with the mission to bring the best ingredients from around the world, right to one's doorstep. With a wide variety of authentic regional ingredients, they strive to reconnect people with the familiar flavor of India.
Restaurants can be extremely valuable additions to a downtown area. They serve downtown workers and residents as well as attract visitors to the center of the community. They serve both an economic and social role in the community, helping down towns maintain their role as an important gathering place. Located 2.8 miles via W 13 Mile Road and Farmington Road are PineLand Restaurant, Little Caesars Pizza, Leo's Coney Island, Tim Hortons, La Kabob Grill, Qdoba Mexican Eats, and Jersey Mike's Subs.
Parks are complex elements of a city. They can serve scores of different uses, may be specialized in their function, or can simply provide visual appeal for residents.
Located 3 miles via Drake Road, 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.)
Woodland Hills, 4 miles via W 13 Mile Road and Farmington Road, is a sanctuary for native plants and animals to thrive within their natural habitat. The park is managed primarily for the protection of these species and features. It also provides educational, scientific, recreational and aesthetic benefits for the community of Farmington Hills.
Shopping malls are playing a key role in modern retailing and marketing system, furthermore they still dominate the distribution system of goods.
Kendallwood Shopping Center provides great visibility and accessibility to both Twelve Mile and Farmington Roads. Notable tenants include Heartland Marketplace, Qdoba, Hallmark, Little Caesars, Dairy Queen, The UPS Store, Rite Aid and Jersey Mike's.
Orchard Twelve Plaza is a 67,282 square foot retail shopping center located at one of the premium intersections. The center is located just off 696, which boasts traffic counts in excess of 79,000 cars per day at this intersection. Tenants include: Starbucks, Einsteins Bagels, Verizon Wireless, Jimmy Johns, Scramblers Marie’s, Fast Signs, Embroidme, and more.
Downtown is the heart of the community. It is an important community space where members of all segments of the community can meet equally for parades, speeches, and other community events.
Founded in 1954, the Farmington Historical Society, located 4.7 miles via Drake Road, is dedicated to preserving the town’s history and educating the public about its significance. They sponsor exhibits, lectures and other events, and they provide tours of the Freedom Trail’s Underground Railroad and Amistad sites. The town is what it is today because of educators like Sarah Porter, who started Miss Porter’s School for girls in 1843; architects such as Theodate Pope, a student of Porter’s who built the home that’s now the Hill-Stead Museum; and collectors like Alfred Pope—one of the first Americans to collect the Impressionist paintings of Monet, Manet, Degas and Whistler—and Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis, who founded the Lewis Walpole Library. Like the river flowing through the town, Farmington’s history is always near at hand, seldom far from view, linking past and present.
Country Oaks Subdivision Freeway Access
The Country Oaks homes for sale in Farmington Hills, MI are located at the south of 13 MIle Road, west of Drake Road, and northwest of Interstate 96 Express.
Welding Technology Corporation, located 4.7 miles via Halsted Road, is the primary manufacturing-welding controls and electrical panels are produced on multiple assembly lines and are complemented by full load test stations for validation and quality acceptance. The production environment can handle multiple high volume programs at the same time with various specialized designs.
Country Oaks Subdivision School District
School districts are the organizations that are most invested in the success of school turnaround at scale – and that are in the best position to ensure that success. Districts are the only entities that have a public mandate to educate all their community’s children, formal access to the resources needed to do that, and public accountability for using those resources equitably.
Farmington Public Schools serves 10,000+ students ranging in age from newborn to senior citizen living in Farmington, Farmington Hills, and a portion of West Bloomfield. About 100,000 residents live in this suburban area. The community supports cultural activities, religious institutions, service clubs, civic organizations and a community college.
Kenbrook Elementary School is a public school serving 379 students in grades K-4, located 2.9 miles via W 13 Mile Road. According to state standards, 67% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2015, Kenbrook Elementary School ranked better than 65% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 6th among 9 ranked elementary schools in the Farmington Public School District.
Longacre Elementary School, 4.5 miles via Drake Road, is preparing its students for a 21st century economy. Elementary students are learning problem solving, cooperation and civic mindedness – lessons that can make them better citizens, confident leaders and employers and entrepreneurs of the future. In 2015, Longacre Elementary School and its 359 students ranked better than 87.7% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 2nd among 9 ranked elementary schools in the Farmington Public School District.
Country Hills Montessori was established in 1985. It is privately owned and operated, located 5.9 miles via Farmington Road. It is licensed by the State of Michigan Department of Human Services Bureau of Children and Adult Licensing and are a member of the American Montessori Society. The mission is to provide an enriching educational and challenging environment through independent learning and exploration where each child is encouraged to grow to his or her fullest potential academically, socially, and emotionally which will lead to success in future educational settings.
Warner Upper Elementary School, 5 miles via W 13 Mile Road, is a public school with 828 students in grades 5-6. The mission of the Warner Upper Elementary School staff, parents, and community is to provide each student with a safe, supportive and engaging environment, a diverse education emphasizing excellence in achievement, and skills enabling them to become self-sufficient and respectful citizens who contribute responsibly to the world.
Located 3 miles via W 13 Mile Road and Farmington Road, O.E. Dunckel Middle School is a public school. It has 782 students in grades 7-8. According to state standards, 65% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2015, O.E. Dunckel Middle School ranked better than 90.3% of middle schools in Michigan.
Farmington Central High School is a public high school, which serves students ages 16–19 in an alternative setting while meeting the FPS benchmarks. The school is part of Farmington Public Schools. Central High is a consolidated version of Farmington Alternative High School and Farmington Community School. During the day, it is called Farmington Central High School, and is called Farmington Adult Education in the evening. The building was originally Shiawassee Elementary School, which closed in 1980.
Harrison High School (also known as "Farmington Harrison" or simply as "Harrison") is a four-year secondary institution, located 4.3 miles via W 13 Mile Road. The schools fields students from the cities of Farmington and Farmington Hills, and a portion of West Bloomfield Township. 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.
The benefits of a college education include career opportunities like better paying and higher skilled jobs, but studies have shown that it also leads to overall happiness and stability.
Oakland Community College (OCC), 4 miles via 12 Mile Road, is a community college established June 8, 1964 in Oakland County. With five campuses, it is the largest community college in Michigan and one of the largest in the U.S. The OCC athletic teams are known as the Raiders and compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA). Men's varsity sports include basketball, cross-country, and golf; women's varsity sports include basketball, cross-country, softball, tennis, and volleyball; men's club sports include soccer. OCC also has a competitive speech and performance team (the forensics team) that has had both State and National champions.
University of Phoenix, 9 miles via W 13 Mile Road and M-10 S, they have access to university degree programs in a variety of fields, including business management, nursing, criminal justice, technology, psychology, human services and education. In order to accommodate the needs of busy adults who have work and personal commitments, classes generally meet once a week at the Southfield Learning Center in the evening. However, if it is still difficult for one to find time to dedicate to academic pursuits, one might consider pursuing education through the Online Campus degree programs available through University of Phoenix. With an online college course, one can earn a university degree by logging onto dedicated forums where they can access coursework and communicate with instructors and classmates. Best of all, one can control when to study, whether they prefer to work late at night, at midday or early in the morning.
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