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The Villas of Troy, Troy, MI

  •          Approx Sale Price Range: $440,000 - $550,000
  •          Square footage Range: 2,600 - 3,500  
  •          Year Built Range: 2011  
  •          School District: Troy  

The Villas of Troy homes for sale in Troy, MI are located at the south of Wattles Road and east of Crooks Road in the 48084 zip code. These beautiful homes offer a 2-story great room with panoramic bowed wall of windows. The luxurious master suite has a double door and step ceiling, with a beautiful master bath with corner tub, granite tops, and custom tile. The gourmet kitchen is every chef's dream that comes with premium custom built cabinets, granite counter tops, recessed lightings, and custom tile backsplash. The Villas of Troy homes are minutes away from the renowned Troy School District. 

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The Villas of Troy Subdivision Location

The Villas of Troy homes for sale in Troy, MI are located at the south of Wattles Road and east of Crooks Road.

Patel Brothers Indian Market, 3.3 miles via Livernois Road, strives to bring the best ingredients from around the world, right to your doorstep. With a wide variety of authentic regional ingredients, we strive to reconnect people with the familiar flavor of India.

Also 3.3 miles via Livernois Road, Hanmi Oriental Market is a Korean grocery store that offers a wide array of Asian staples. Han-Mi mart was established in 1990 by Youn Jin Kwon and has been rapidly growing as a leading Asian American super market. It is located in the heart of Troy, where many Koreans live. Within the store, one can find any Asian food from wasabi and sushi to fermented cabbage and shrimp crackers. The exterior of the store is nothing fancy and the inside of the store is simple and to the point. There is a separate isle for snacks, spices, drinks, frozen items, etc. There is also a section where dvd rentals can be made. In South Korean culture, dramas and tv shows are a big part of its media; therefore, the store made a convenient and efficient section to select one’s favorite tv show for rental.

Restaurants that swarm along W Big Beaver Road are just a short walking distance of 0.9 mile, namely Chipotle Mexican Grill, Kalamata Greek Grill, Brooklyn Pizza, Troy Cafe, Kruse and Muehr on Wilshire, Noodles and Company, Potbelly Sandwich shop, Papa Romanos Pizza, K Thai Express, and Einstein Bros Bagels.

Parks provide a meeting place where community members can develop social ties, and where healthy behavior is modeled and admired. 

One of nine neighborhood parks, Beach Road Park, located 2.7 miles via W Wattles Road, combines open space with recreational facilities such as a ball diamond, soccer field, and play structure. Paved parking is available for up to 37 vehicles. 

Robinwood Park, located 3.3 miles via Livernois Road, is a mix of wooded and open space, featuring a winding one-mile paved walking path, two barrier-free play structures, sand volleyball court, and two small picnic areas. The park is surrounded by homes and is located across the street from Morse Elementary School. 

Many shoppers go to the mall not knowing what they are going to get. And that’s the point. It’s exciting—finding that special gift, discovering the famous designer brand is on sale, seeing the latest fashion.

Oakland Square is a big box shopping center positioned next to Oakland Plaza. Located 6.3 miles via W Wattles Road and john R Road, the center is across from Oakland Mall and serves an ethnically diverse community. Conveniently located on John R north of 14 Mile Rd in the heart of the tri-county area, the center is surrounded by retail and office buildings servicing highly concentrated residential areas. Oakland Square is home to destination retailers including Kohl's, Bed Bath & Beyond, DSW, Home Goods, Ulta, and Five Below.

Oakland Mall is an enclosed super-regional shopping mall located in the northwest corner of the intersection of 14 Mile and John R. Roads, adjacent to Interstate 75 (Chrysler Freeway). The mall features about 120 stores, including a food court, plus several big box stores on the periphery. The mall has 1,500,000 square feet.The anchor stores are Macy's, JCPenney and Sears.

The Troy Historic Village is located 1.1 miles via W Wattles Road. The establishment allows visitors to view the lifestyle of those who lived in Troy Township in the 1800’s. The carefully restored buildings include the main building (City Hall), log cabin, a Greek Revival Home, a brick one-room school, print shop, wagon shop, a town hall, a general store, and a turn of the century church and parsonage.

The Villas of Troy Subdivision Freeway Access

The Villas of Troy homes for sale in Troy, MI are located at the south of Wattles Road, east of Crooks Road, and 11.5 miles north northwest of I-696.

As a leading global development partner for the automotive and engine industry, MAHLE, located 3.7 miles via W Wattles Road and Rochester Road, offers unique systems competence in the areas of engine systems, filtration, electrics/mechatronics, and thermal management. The MAHLE Group ranks among the top three systems suppliers worldwide for mobile applications in these sectors.

The Villas of Troy Subdivision School District

All parents want to be assured that their child will be in a safe and secure environment when he/she goes to school. The school districts are in place to make sure of this. Student achievement levels in the Troy School District are among the highest at state and national levels. The Troy School District has more than 12,000 students in four high schools, four middle schools, and twelve elementary schools.

Bemis Elementary School is a public elementary school located 1.5 miles via W Wattles Road and Northfield Parkway. In 2015, Bemis Elementary School ranked better than 98.2% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 2nd among 12 ranked elementary schools in the Troy School District. Historically, Bemis was the first school to be heated and cooled by solar panels, which was innovative in 1980. To reflect this ground-breaking advancement, the mascot at Bemis was a satellite, and our monthly newsletter named “The Solar Scoop” was initiated, and this bi-monthly newsletter continues to be published under that name now. The Bemis Bear, our current mascot, was created later as a child friendly mascot, and the paw print was added to delight older Bemis students.

Barnard Elementary is one of 12 public elementary schools in the Troy School District. Located on Forge Drive, between the boundaries of Big Beaver and Wattles, and John R and Dequindre, Barnard serves 504 students. In 2015, Barnard Elementary School ranked better than 96.3% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 5th among 12 ranked elementary schools in the Troy School District.

Located 1.1 miles via W Wattles Road, Brookfield Academy is a Montessori school and preschool located. Brookfield Academy offers the excellence of a private academy and the academic philosophy of a Montessori school. With a 50-year history of educational excellence, they offer proven educational programs for toddlers through elementary school-age children. Founded in 1964, Brookfield Academy was the first Montessori school in Michigan. Its innovative early childhood methods and curriculum attracted the attention of parents from a wide geographic area. Beginning as a preschool/kindergarten, the school soon added lower and upper elementary programs.

Baker Middle School is a public middle school with 721 students in grades 6-8, located 3.1 miles via W Wattles Road. The school's purpose is to ensure relevant, holistic learning and international mindedness for all. In 2015, Baker Middle School ranked better than 96.7% of middle schools in Michigan. It also ranked 3rd among 4 ranked middle schools in the Troy School District.

Boulan Park Middle School, 1.5 miles via W Wattles Road and Northfield Parkway, was founded in 1973 and currently has a total of 741 students enrolled. In 2015, Boulan Park Middle School ranked better than 97.9% of middle schools in Michigan. It also ranked 2nd among 4 ranked middle schools in the Troy School District. 

Troy High School is located 1.8 miles via Fountain Drive, a public high school attended by approximately 2,000 students serving grades 9-12. Troy High School was founded in 1950. Originally located on Livernois Road near Big Beaver Road (a site currently occupied by the Troy Community Center), it was moved to a new location at Northfield Parkway and Long Lake Road in 1992, and was expanded in 2006. The school's expansion was overdue after many years of overcrowding in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Located 3.1 miles via W Wattles Road, International Academy East is a public, tuition –free high school of choice for students living in the Troy School District as well as students who are serviced by intermediate school districts (IDSs) that border the Oakland Intermediate School District. The IA East opened in August of 2008 with a 9th grade class of 125 students. 

Higher education is perceived as extremely important, and for most people a college education has become the necessary admission ticket to good jobs and a middle-class lifestyle.

Located 22.3 miles via Greenfield Road and I-696 W, Michigan State University, situated in a 5,200 acre campus, this public research university pioneered the studies of packaging, hospitality business, plant biology, supply chain management, and telecommunications. The US News and World Report ranks several MSU graduate programs in the nation's top 10, including African history, industrial and organizational psychology, osteopathic medicine, and veterinary medicine, and identifies its graduate programs in elementary education, secondary education, and nuclear physics as the best in the country. MSU has more than 200 programs of undergraduate, graduate, and professional study.

Henry Ford Community College is a public two-year college located 24.1 miles via Greenfield Road and M-39 S. The school, established in 1938, is accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and the Michigan Commission on College Accreditation. In addition to courses held on campus, HFC offers to students a choice in over 100 online courses, as well as hybrid courses, which split classroom time with online instruction. These courses provide a high quality educational experience, as well as convenience, for students that cannot, or do not wish to, commute to campus. Additionally, some degree programs can be completed online. The Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship Division offers training programs for people employed in skilled industrial occupations (primarily the apprenticeable skilled trades) and for people interested in entry into skilled trades occupations. Established in cooperation with industry, these programs provide theoretical and practical knowledge and the competencies required to supplement on-the-job training.

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