Apple Creek Subdivision in Dexter Michigan
Apple Creek is a three-home community for those who enjoy a little seclusion, tranquility, and outdoor fun. Homeowners enter by crossing a small bridge. Located in North East corner of Webster Township in close proximity of our beautifully maintained parks and recreation area. Best of both worlds with plenty of room to roam right at home.
View Larger MapHere is a copy of the Apple Creek Neighborhood Declaration of Restrictions and Covenants for Apple Creek for you to review.
Enjoy all activities that are available to you within minutes at Portage Yacht Club, fishing on Huron River, boating on Chain of Lakes or swimming at Independence Lake. Hudson Mills Metro-Park is loaded with fun for your entire group. Don’t forget to mark your calendar each year to include the Webster Township Fall Festival held in September on the grounds right beside the Webster Township Hall located on Webster Church Road in Dexter. Close travel commutes make it easy with access to US-23 just minutes away.
Be sure to visit the Encore Theatre in Dexter. Take part in pie eating contests at festivals, and Huron River Chain of Lakes for boaters, kayakers, and bikers. Dexter boasts a wonderful library and is a blend of rural beauty with access to top-notch restaurants, art galleries and shops giving residents and visitors the best of the city and country. Equestrian lovers can train at Cobblestone Farms. Enjoying fresh food markets like Jenny’s, Dexter Cider Mill (with video), Dexter Bakery and parks, are a part of the American small town experience. If you enjoy golf, there are many courses to choose from in the Dexter area. It is just minutes from University of Michigan and Ann Arbor.
Ann Arbor Amenities
If you are looking to move to Ann Arbor area then give the Toth team a call! Ann Arbor offers great access to the expressway to get to Detroit or beyond quickly. A hop skip and a jump away is Zingerman’s Deli, Kerrytown, Kerrytown Farmers Market, Briarwood Mall, U of M campus, Medical Center and University of Michigan football games. Drive to Veteran’s Park for figure or hockey skating, baseball, sledding, swimming, or enjoy fresh produce at Plum Market or if you are looking for a fun afternoon out in the area, check out the Ann Arbor Hands On Museum for some great family fun! For some specialty items be sure to visit nearby Morgan and York with video. Ann Arbor is a great place to live – convenient for all, including the Detroit metro airport, which is around 30 minutes away! Remember to be sure to visit world-famous Ann Arbor Arts Fairs held every July.