Fox Creek Village Homes for Sale
Fox Creek Village Homes for Sale: Rochester, MI
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Fox Creek Village Homes for Sale: Rochester, MI
Fox Creek Village: Rochester, MI
- Approx Price Range: $190,000 to $440,000
- Square Ft Range: 2100 to 2900
- Year Built: 1997 to 1998
- School District: Rochester
Fox Creek Village homes for sale in Rochester, MI are located south of Runyon Rd and west of Dequindre Rd. The subdivision is in 48307 zip code. There are 116 homes in the subdivision and they are mostly colonial in style. Homes feature 2 story foyer, library with double French doors, dining Room and great Room with natural fireplace opening to the breakfast room and kitchen. Second floor feature spacious, bright master suite with walk in closet and bath with soaking tub and separate shower. 3 additional bedrooms and 2+ baths. Finished lower level has full kitchen, family room, exercise room, and plenty of storage. Private treed yard is professionally landscaped with brick paver patio and ample trees to enjoy sun and shade. Garages are attached and can accommodate 2 cars. Neighborhood offers community pool, tennis courts, walking paths, and basketball court. It's also a short bike ride to Clinton River Trail and Stoney Creek Park. Nearby subdivisions are Paint Creek and Cross Creek Village.
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Fox Creek Village Subdivision Location
Homes for sale in Fox Creek Village, Rochester, MI are located south of Runyon Rd and west of Dequindre Rd.
Short walk from the subdivision is CVS Pharmacy. Gameshop, Cottage Inn Pizza, Big Apple Bagels and Subway are also here. Across the pharmacy are Kroger, Kroger Deli, Kerby's Coney Island, Biggby Coffee and Redbox.
3 miles north is Stony Creek Metropark. It's a man-made lake built by damming Fox Creek Village, a tributary of the Clinton River. The park offers a vast amount of trails. Amenities are snowboarding, sledding & tobogganning hills, 2 beaches on Stony Creek Lake, Picnic areas with basketball courts, baseball fields, playgrounds, and beach volleyball courts. There's also a nature center, ice skating rink, boat launch, cross country skiing trails and ski rentals. Other rentals are rowboats, paddleboats, canoes, and kayaks. The park also has a golf course. It's a 26-hole, 6,928-yard, par-72 course gives an “up north” feel with separated, heavily wooded fairways. Water hazards add to the challenge.
2 miles west of the subdivision is North Hill Plaza Shopping Center. Stores here are Dollar Tree, Christopher's Flooring and Benjamin Moore Shelby Paint & Decorating. Hollywood Markets grocery is also here. Restaurants here are Golden Eagle Bar & Grill, Jet's Pizza, Mezza Mediterranean Grille and George's Coney Island & Family.
Across North Hill Plaza Shopping Center Plaza Shopping Center are Papa Joe's, La Sala Banquet & Event Center, Rochester Tap Room and Silver Spoon Ristorante.
Rochester Hills Plaza Shopping Center is 4 miles southwest. It is a small shopping center with less than 10 tenants. Dining options here are Subway, Rochester Diner & Grill and Bruegger's Bagels.
Campus Corners Shopping Center is across the street of Rochester Hills Plaza Shopping Center. Kroger, The UPS Store and CVS are located here.
Crittenton Hospital is next to Campus Corners Shopping Center. It is a general medical and surgical hospital with 254 beds. It was accredited by Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Beaumont Medical Center is 1 mile east. It provides outpatient services including dialysis, laboratory services, physical therapy and radiology.
Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve is 3 miles west. It is a common location for school field trips where children and adults can enjoy a nature center, a relocated historic "little log cabin" and a variety of mammals, birds, insects and plant life.
Rochester Municipal Park is 3 miles southwest. The park is home to a winding creek, pond, paved walkways, as well as tennis and volleyball courts. The park offer tranquility on a crisp fall or sunny afternoon with stunning scenery with plenty of places to rest. It also offers a big play equipment for kids and several benches overlooking the pond for relaxation.
Great Oaks Country Club is 3.5 miles southwest. It is an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Mark McCumber. The course was founded in 1971 and it measures 6513 yards from the longest tees. The course features 5 sets of tees for different skill levels. Greens and fairways are blue grass.
4.5 miles southwest is Winchester Shopping Center. It is located at the corner of SWC Rochester and Avon Rd. Winchester Shopping Center has 15 stores with more than 1,700 parking spaces. Some of the major stores here are Bank of America, Old Navy, Marshalls, PetSmart and Michaels.
The Village of Rochester Hills is 6 miles southwest. It is an upscale retail center lined with restaurants, shopping and dining. It features more than 50 tenants and 2 major anchor stores: Carson's and Whole Foods Market. Whole Foods Market offers organic grocery items. Some of the dining options here are Bravo! Cucina Italiana, Mitchell's Fish Market, and Chipotle Mexican Grill.
Busch's Fresh Food Market is a short walk west of The Village of Rochester Hills. It is a supermarket chain loaded with meat, seafood, produce, flowers, deli and a lot more. East of this grocery is Trader Joe's, another grocery.
Fox Creek Village Subdivision Freeway Access
Homes for sale in Fox Creek Village, Rochester, MI are located 5 miles north of M-59. The subdivision has convenient access to restaurants, malls and major roads & freeways.
9 miles south is Troy and 7.5 miles west is Auburn Hills.
9 miles west of Fox Creek Village is Oakland University which is the 3rd top employer of Rochester Hills. FANUC Robotics is 9 miles southwest which is also included in the top 5 employers of Rochester Hills. 9.5 miles southwest is Technology Drive. Accurate Gauge Manufacturing, Smc Corporation of America and Eagle Ottawa are located here.
Southeast Michigan’s technology cluster is located in Automation Alley, Troy which is 11 miles south. It is home to several companies like Inergy Automotive Systems, Electric Charging Station, and NBS Commercial Interiors.
Fox Creek Village Subdivision School District
Fox Creek Village students attend Rochester school district. The school district operates 13 elementary schools, 4 middle schools and 4 high schools.
North Hill Elementary School is 2.5 miles north of the subdivision. It has a rating of 8/10 by greatschools.org and has 616 students enrolled. Hart Middle School is 2 miles west. It is rated 6/10 and has 1,133 students. Stoney Creek High School is next to Hart Middle School. It is rated 10/10 by greatschools.org and has 1,645 students enrolled. It's a silver awardee of US NEWS Best Public High Schools. The GreatSchools Rating is a simple tool that helps you compare schools based on test scores and other available data, including student academic growth and college readiness.
There are also private schools near the subdivision.
Montessori School is 5 miles south. School offers child care for Infant/Toddler, primary (3-6) and upper and lower elementary (1st - 6th grade). They also offer both half day and full day kindergarten. Languages they support are English, Spanish, Italian, Arabic, Hindi, Japanese, Mandarin. Rates range from $5000 to $10,000 per school year.
Living Word Lutheran School is 5 miles northwest. The school was founded in 1997 and accepts grades PK-8. It's a co-ed school with 130 students enrolled. Student: Teacher ratio is 1:10.
Rochester Hills Christian School is 7.5 miles southwest. It has 293 students enrolled and accepts grades PK-12.
Oakland Christian School is 7.5 miles west. It is accredited through the North Central Association (NCA) and through the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). The school offers a co-educational program for students in preschool through 12th grade. High school program is predominately college preparatory with a vocational technology component available through Oakland Technology Center.
Oakland Steiner School is 8 miles south. The private school has 98 students enrolled and student:teacher ratio is 5:1. Oakland Steiner School is an independent, non-profit school.
Rochester College is 5 miles southwest. It is a 4-year liberal arts college founded by the Church of Christ in 1959. It is a primarily undergraduate school with very few graduate courses.
Oakland University is 9 miles southwest. This school was established in 1957, and it offers 132 undergraduate and 124 graduate academic programs. It is also a doctoral research university. There are approximately 19000 students enrolled and average tuition fees are $9,280 for freshmen and sophomores; $10,142 for juniors and seniors.
10 miles southwest is Oakland Community College. This school was established in 1957, and it offers 132 undergraduate and 124 graduate academic programs. It is also a doctoral research university. There are approximately 19000 students enrolled and average tuition fees are $9,280 for freshmen and sophomores; $10,142 for juniors and seniors.
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