The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes For Sale In Shelby Township Michigan
The Woodlands Of Shelby Homes For Sale
The Woodlands Of Shelby Homes For Sale
The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes For Sale in Shelby Twp, MI
- Approx Price Range: $400,000 to $500,000
- Square Ft Range: 5,000 to 5,800
- Year Built: 2002 to 2014
- School District: Shelby Twp
The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes for sale in Shelby Twp, MI Conveniently located between 23 Mile Rd and 24 Mile Rd. The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes are in the 48315 zip code area and are 1.5 miles east of Mae Stecker Park. The homes within The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub homes for sale built from 2002 to 2014 Homes within this neighborhood feature 4 bedrooms, with 3 car attached garage and 3 bathrooms. The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes are also close to major roads, freeways, schools, and dining.
The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes Location
Homes for sale in The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes, Shelby Twp, MI are located between 23 Mile Rd and 24 Mile Rd close to the heart of Shelby Township.
Closest restaurants are Ike's Express, Joe's ITALIAN TAKE-OUT, Crepe Day-Twah, Pancake Factory, Wingstop, Detroit Fish House, Northside New York Deli, Beyond Juicery + Eatery, Miguel's Cantina, and Nonna's Italian Kitchen. Chipotle Mexican Grill is also proximal to the homes. A few more steps away are Mavrix Restaurant & Bar, Umi Sushi, Del Taco, National Coney Island, Jet's Pizza, Burger King, Tim Hortons, Tropical Smoothie Cafe, Culver's, First Watch, Big Joe's Chicken & Ribs, Olgas Kitchen, and Cherry Creek Golf Club.
Closest hospitals and practitioners are Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, McLaren Macomb, Beaumont Hospital William, St John Medical Center, Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center, Children's Hospital of Michigan Stilson Specialty Center, Metro Vein Centers, St Joseph's Mercy of Macomb, and Associated Orthopedics of Detroit
Rochester Hills Plaza Shopping Center is 7.4 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.
Mae Stecker Park is 1.5 miles west. Softball diamonds, basketball & sand volleyball courts, hiking trail & playground in a 14-acre park. Mae Stecker Park’s playscape was erected in 1997 with financial assistance from the Shelby Township Fraternal Order of Police. The tennis courts and sand volleyball courts provide activities for the summer, while a lighted, portable ice rink is placed in the park during the winter. Other features of this park include two lighted softball diamonds with electronic scoreboards and dugouts, 2 state of the art surface basketball courts, donated by the Atherton Foundation in 2012, a 1.5-mile hiking trail, picnic tables, 2 tot-lots, a small picnic shelter, a single barbecue grill, and restrooms
The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes Freeway Access
The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes is 1.7 miles east of the M-53 Fwy, 4 miles south is the M-59 Fry. This is a 42-minute drive south to the heart of Downtown Detroit.
The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes is 8.2 miles west from the heart of Rochester. 13.3 miles southwest is Troy and 14.2 miles west is Auburn Hills.
The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes School District
The Woodlands Of Shelby Sub Homes students are assigned to Shelby Twp School District. Today Shelby Twp residents are zoned into Utica Community Schools, which serves parts of the communities of Sterling Heights, Macomb Township, Washington Township, and Ray Township, as well as most of Shelby Charter Township, and all of Utica. However, a small number of residents are zoned into Romeo Community Schools.
Utica Community Schools is 0.8 miles southwest. UCS serves the city of Utica, the majority of Shelby Township, UCS is the second-largest school district in the state of Michigan. Dr. Christine M. Johns is the current superintendent of Utica Community Schools. UCS provides education for 29,519 students in kindergarten through 12th grade. There are presently 15,305 elementary students, 6,578 junior high students, and 7,636 senior high students catering for PK-12. And they have 9/10 rating by greatschools.org
Duncan Elementary is 2.5 miles north. Teaching students from PK-6 with 700 students. Duncan Elementary is clearly focused on helping children in their personal and academic development by equipping them with the necessary tools to develop world-class knowledge and skills, and life and career characteristics to succeed in a competitive global marketplace. With a rating of 8/10 by greatschools.org.
Hevel Norman B Elementary School is 5.3 miles north. The school has 437 students. It has a rating of 6/10 by greatschools.org. offering classes K-5.
Rochester Community Schools is 6 miles west. The school has 15500 students and offers before and aftercare. It has a rating of 8/10 by greatschools.org. offering K-12.
Shelby Junior High is 1.5 miles west. Shelby Junior High School is an exemplary school serving students in grades 7-9. By setting expectations and encouraging lifelong learning for all students, teaching students to be knowledgeable thinkers, creative problem-solvers, and respectful, responsible citizens. With a rating of 7/10 by greatschools.org.
Dakota High School is 5.1 miles southeast. Dakota High School is a public high school located in the Metropolitan Detroit region, situated in the suburb of Macomb Township, Michigan. Dakota serves grades 9-12. With a rating of 8/10 by greatschools.org.
Chippewa Valley High School is 5.5 miles southeast. Chippewa Valley High School has 2500 students and serves the greater community by offering a comprehensive education that prepares students to excel in our ever-changing world. The College Board's AP Program offers many benefits to students, especially the opportunity to earn credits for college before graduating from high school. with a rating of 8/10 by greatschools.org.
Wayne State University is 4.2 miles southeast. It's a public school that offers 187 program options. Students have the option to get bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctorates. Areas of study available at Wayne State include biology, journalism, international business, teacher education, engineering technology, medicine, linguistics, pharmacy, law, psychology, and art, among many more.
Walsh College is 4.3 miles southeast. The school offers upper-division undergraduate and graduate degrees in business and technology. It also offers certificate programs and online courses. There are approximately 4400 students enrolled and the average tuition fee is $335 per credit hour (undergraduate) and $557 per credit hour (graduate).
Central Michigan University is 4.4 miles southeast. Central Michigan University (CMU) is a public research university in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. Established in 1892, Central Michigan University has more than 20,000 students on its Mount Pleasant campus and 7,000 students enrolled online at more than 60 locations worldwide. CMU offers 200 academic programs at the undergraduate, master's, specialist, and doctoral levels, including programs in entrepreneurship, journalism, music, audiology, teacher education, psychology, and physician assistant. The School of Engineering and Technology has ABET-accredited programs in Mechanical, Electrical, and Computer Engineering. CMU has also established a College of Medicine, which opened in fall 2013.
Rochester University is 7.5 miles west. The school has 11300 students The University of Rochester is a private research university in Rochester, New York. The university grants undergraduate and graduate degrees, including doctoral and professional degrees. The University of Rochester enrolls approximately 6,800 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate students.
Oakland University is 11.2 miles west. 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. Oakland does not charge any fees. Oakland Community College is a few steps south of Oakland University. It is one of the largest community colleges in Michigan and in the US.
Private schools are available in the area.
Michigan Montessori Children’s Academy. The school has 70 students enrolled and accepts grades PK-K. Authentic Montessori education to nourish early child development and promote the desire to learn with active student participation, individualized lesson plans. Programs include Spanish, music lessons, yoga, art, cooking, a summer option.
Oxford Academy. The school has 300 students enrolled and accepts grades PK-5. Oxford Academy is a family-owned and operated nondenominational Christian-based school offering before and aftercare
Krambrooke Children's Center. The school has 120 students enrolled and accepts grades PK-K.
Premier Academy. The school accepts K-8 and has 740 students enrolled. Premier Academy is a Christian-based, non-sectarian early childhood campus established for the purpose of meeting a community’s need for excellent educational opportunities with childcare hours for working parents. We are an extension of the parents. They offer a healthy, safe, loving environment where all actions and attitudes are in the best interest of the children. Privately held from the beginning, Premier Academy can take a long-term view and operate differently than many other public companies. The school also offers before and aftercare.
Bloomfield Christian School teaches PK-12, Bloomfield Christian School had its beginning in 1993 as a group of five mothers began to meet and pray for God’s wisdom in starting a Christian school. They desired a program that provided a Biblical-based curriculum and taught subjects as parts of an integrated whole with the Scriptures at the center. offers before and aftercare
Eagle Creek Academy. The school has 150 students enrolled and accepts grades PK-8. Eagle Creek Academy teaches Advanced Math, Spanish, and Technology at all levels; integrate Art, Music and Physical Education with the core curriculum; give back to the community through service projects; encourage self-confidence, respect for others, and curiosity about the world; and enroll students from diverse cultures. 90 percent of students graduating with an advanced degree