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Awe-inspiring Ann Arbor House with Huron River Views

This week we are featuring Stacie Dugas’ listing- 1604 Longshore Ann Arbor, MI 48105

Q. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
2 story bungalow

1604 Longshort Drive- Ann ArborQ. What distinctive features set this home apart?
Close proximity to the Huron River and a short walk to Argo Park.

1604 Longshort Drive- EntryQ. What are the advantages of the location & neighborhood?
Quiet street without much traffic, country feel, 5 minute drive to downtown.

1604 Longshort Drive- KitchenQ. Have there been any recent renovations or upgrades?
Complete renovation and addition in 2005 adding a master suite, additional family bedroom, study with balcony, additional full bath, second floor laundry and a huge screened porch.

1604 Longshort Drive- Master BathQ. Does the community have any amenities we should know about?
Enjoy all the amenities Ann Arbor has to offer.

1604 Longshort Drive- Deck Q. What amazing views will the new homeowner be able to enjoy?
A spectacular 3 season view of the Huron River from the covered front porch, or enjoy the fully fenced and private back yard from your screened porch.

1604 Longshort Drive- BackyardQ. Can you tell us a fun fact about the home?
It was a 3 bedroom, 1 bath prior to the addition in 2005

1604 Longshort Drive- Huron RiverFor more information about 1604 Longshore Ann Arbor, MI or if you are interested in scheduling a showing, please contact Stacie Dugas at 734-323-2571.

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10 of Our Favorite Local Ice Cream Shops

On a hot summer day nothing is better than a frozen treat. Whether you prefer ice cream, gelato, sorbet, or frozen yogurt these local ice cream joints will have something that tickles your fancy. Scroll down to the bottom to see a map of all ice cream places mentioned.


Ann Arbor

Blank Slate Creamery
300 W Liberty St
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Blank Slate

Deliciously creamy, homemade, all-natural ice cream in a relaxed, friendly and creative space. Blank Slate ice cream is made with Guernsey Farm milk and cream, along with fresh eggs and cane sugar. Many of the ingredients used are sourced locally, and are free of additives and preservatives whenever possible.


Iorio’s Gelateria
522 E William St
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Known for as one of the best places to get gelato in Ann Arbor, Iorio’s aims to give you a taste of Italy. Serving custom made authentic artisan gelatos and sorbettos. The sorbettos are great option for those who are dairy-free or vegan.

107 E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Kilwins has been making ice cream since 1985, and today there are over 40 highest-quality unique and delicious flavors made especially for you. They began perfecting their recipe in small batches, and today continue the tradition of excellence, using only fresh antibiotic-free, rbST-free milk and cream from family farms.

Rod’s Place
812 S State St
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Rods Place
Rod’s Place is a Korean restaurant that is known for its frozen yogurt collider. Go into the restaurant and grab a slip of paper and you mark down everything you want in your collider and they make the custom treat for you for $6.00. Rod’s is especially beloved for its long hours. They are open Sunday through Thursday until 12am and on Friday and Saturday they service ice cream until 3am.

Washtenaw Dairy
602 S Ashley St
Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Washtenaw Dairy
For over 75 years Washtenaw Dairy has been delivering quality dairy products to Washtenaw County. Washtenaw Dairy’s family friendly atmosphere makes it a perfect destination after a long day-for both young and old alike. Choose from over 30 flavors or try one of their delicious hand-dipped shakes or malts. Washtenaw Dairy has been named one of the 21 Best Old-School Ice Cream Shops in America by Thrillist.

Zingerman’s Creamery
3723 Plaza Drive,
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108
Zingermans Creamery
Zingerman’s Creamery is dedicated to crafting handmade full-flavored cheeses and gelato using traditional methods while sourcing the highest quality milk they can find from equally dedicated, small-scale regional farmers.



Twisters Ice Cream
901 S. Main St
Chelsea, MI 48118


Twisters severs premium soft-serve ice cream cones, sundaes, and shakes doled out from their walk-up window. You can share it with a friend or eat it all alone at Twisters.


Mickey’s Dairy Twist
751 W Michigan Ave
Saline, MI 48176



For 20 summers, Mickey’s Dairy Twist has offered delicious shakes, sundaes, floats, slushes and flurries. What makes Mickey’s Saline stand out is the homemade ice cream made fresh right inside the store.


Go! Ice Cream
10 N Washington St
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Go Icecream
Go! Ice Cream is a small Michigan-based company that crafts artisan ice creams in small batches using local ingredients. The goal of this shop is to bring more flavor to life through bold versions of classic ice creams and adventurous new flavor combinations. This includes flavors such as the unexpectedly dynamic such as Three-Bean Vanilla and Ypsilanti Proud Peppercorn.

Ice Cream Time
1240 Ecorse Rd
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
Ice Cream Time

Ice Cream Time has been part of the local community for around 40 years. It is a walk-up window with a big old fashioned sign and some picnic tables. This ice cream shop is known for their soft serve ice cream, however they do have a wide variety of frozen treats including scoop ice cream, flurries, shakes, hand dipped cones and more.

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Amazing Wildwood Saline Home


This week we are featuring Todd Lands’ listing- 515 Rosebud Ct, Saline, MI,48176

515 Rosebud - SalineQ. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
Transitional ranch with full finished walk-out lower level and hip roofs.

515 Rosebud - EntryQ. What distinctive features set this home apart?
This homes has a chef’s kitchen with granite counters and a walk-in pantry. Outside you will find a fenced yard with a two tiered deck and a brick paver patio.
515 Rosebud - KitchenQ. What are the advantages of the location & neighborhood?
Quiet cul-de-sac with only neighbor traffic, wooded backyard with privacy and wildlife to enjoy.

515 Rosebud - MasterQ. Have there been any recent renovations or upgrades?
Custom built-ins, upgraded hardwood floors and granite counters.

515 Rosebud - Lower LevelQ. Does the community have any amenities we should know about?
Wildwood Neighborhood is conveniently located close to: schools, parks, library, dentist’s offices, doctor’s offices, houses of worship, grocery stores, pharmacies, hardware stores and restaurants. There is also a nature walk with lots of common forest area.

515 Rosebud - DeckQ. What amazing views will the new homeowner be able to enjoy?
A private tranquil wooded backyard with soaring oaks and shagbark hickory.

515 Rosebud - PatioQ. What makes the price of this home so great?
This home has high-end amenities.
515 Rosebud - Backyard
Q. Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?
The seller has already moved and this house is waiting for you to call it home. Showings are available at any time.

Come see the property in person at the open house this Sunday, August 14th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.

For more information about 515 Rosebud Ct, Saline, MI, or if you are interested in scheduling a showing, please contact  Todd Lands at 734-645-2637.

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DIY Project: Installing a Ceiling Fan


Updating light fixtures in a master bedroom can make a huge difference on the look and feel of the room. While looking at the different lighting options consider adding a ceiling fan. Ceiling fans effectively circulate the air in a room to create a draft throughout the room. If you use air conditioning, a ceiling fan will help you save energy. Turning on the fan lets you raise the thermostat setting about 4°F and still stay cool.

Replacing an existing light fixture with a fan is a simple, one-day task. Before you start it is important to know that you can’t hang a fan from the existing electrical box. You must either use a specially rated hanger and box to mount the fan between joists or, screw a fan-rated “pancake” box directly to a ceiling joist. Learn the steps to ceiling fan installation below.

Shopping List

  •  Fan-rated 1/2-inch-deep pancake box
  • Medallion (made of rigid foam, not plaster, which may crack)
  • Fan blades
  • Fan motor
  • Light-fixture housing
  • Lamp shades
  • Down rod, canopy, and ceiling plate (all included in fan kit)
  • Remote-control transmitter with 9v battery
  • Twist-on wire connectors
  • Caulk or spackling compond (for filling nail holes in medallion)
  • 6D finish nails (for attaching medallion to ceiling)
  • Latex paint or acrylic spray (optional)


1. Turn off power at breaker
After you turn off the power mark it with a DO NOT TURN BACK ON sign. Use circuit tester to make sure power is off to old fixture.

2. Remove old fixture.
Unscrew the nuts or screws holding the current fixture to the ceiling. Lower the fixture and disconnect the wires by twisting off the plastic connectors from the ends of the wires.

3. Remove the box and cut a new whole.
Before starting this step get your vacuum cleaner ready. Remove the old electrical box from the ceiling. If it’s nailed to a joist, pry it free with a flat bar. If it’s suspended from a bar, you may have to take off a metal plate to unscrew the box; then pry the bar from the joists. While doing this have your assistant use the vacuum cleaner wand to suck up debris

Hold a 1/2-inch-thick pancake box against the ceiling, centered on a joist, and trace around it with a pencil. Cut along the line with a drywall saw. Clean with the vacuum after you saw.

4. Install new, heavy-duty electrical box.
Feed the electrical cable coming from the ceiling through the knockout hole in the pancake box. (Be sure there’s a cable connector attached to the knockout hole.)

Set the box into the hole cut through the ceiling and press it tight against the underside of the joist.Attach the box to the joist with the two 1 1/2-inch No. 10 hex-head screws provided. Drive in the screws with a drill/driver equipped with a 5/16-inch nut-driver tip.

Wrap the cable’s bare copper wire around the grounding screw inside the box. Allow the wire end to hang down.

5. Attach new ceiling medallion
Apply a small bead of urethane-based adhesive to the back of the ceiling medallion.
Pass the wires through the medallion. Center the medallion on the pancake box and press. Fasten it with four 6d finishing nails driven into the joist. Set the nail heads and fill with caulk or spackle.

6. Mount the Ceiling Plate
If you want to paint medallion paint it before installing the ceiling paint. Hold the fan’s metal ceiling plate up to the pancake box and pull the wires through its center hole.

Attach the ceiling plate to the box with two 1 1/2-inch-long 10-32 machine screws.

7. Assemble the Fan
With the fan on the floor, feed the wires coming from the motor through the center of the canopy. Set the canopy on top of the motor. If pipe’s threads have a factory-applied coating. Don’t remove this coating; it keeps the pipe from unscrewing. Next, pass the wires through the hollow down-rod pipe.

Thread the down-rod pipe into the top of the motor. Use a wrench to tighten the square-head locking screw on the side of the pipe.

8. Connect the Wires
Hook one side of the canopy onto the ceiling plate.Using twist-on wire connectors, join the two green wires to the bare copper wire coming from the cable. (If your room is wired differently from the one shown here, consult a licensed electrician.)

Join the two white wires. Then connect the two black wires. Swing the fan up into position against the medallion and secure it with the two canopy screws.

9. Add Blades and Lights
Attach each fan blade to a blade iron (the bracket that holds the blade to the fan). Then, fasten the blade irons to the motor with the screws provided. Plug the fan’s light-fixture housing into the wire hanging from the underside of the fan’s motor.

Install the shades and lightbulbs. Screw the plastic holder for the remote control to the wall beside the wall switch.

10. Restore power.
After you do a final check to make sure things are secure, turn back on the power. Test out the light and fan.

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Desirable Condo on Ann Arbor’s West Side


This week we are featuring Megan Mazurek’s listing – 965 East Summerfield Glen Circle, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

965 East Summerfield Glen Circle - Ann ArborQ. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
This desirable upper-level Summerfield Glen Condominium is in move-in ready condition.

965 East Summerfield Glen Circle - KitchenQ. What distinctive features set this home apart?
This pristine home features a deluxe kitchen with gorgeous granite countertops, upgraded cherry cabinets with under-mount lighting, stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors. The spacious master suite has room for an office, nursery or sitting area as well as two large closets and a master bathroom. The second bedroom is directly across from the full guest bathroom.

965 East Summerfield Glen Circle - Living RoomQ. What are the advantages of the location & neighborhood?
Located just outside of the City of Ann Arbor it is close to downtown Ann Arbor, shopping and restaurants with easy access to I-94.

965 East Summerfield Glen Circle - Master Q. What makes the price of this home so great?
The biggest advantage of this immaculate condo are the low Scio Township taxes.

965 East Summerfield Glen Circle - OfficeQ. What do the Home Owner Association dues cover?
Association dues cover water/sewer, trash/recycling, exterior and ground maintenance.

965 East Summerfield Glen Circle - LaundryQ. Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?
This home is conveniently located along AAATA route 29 for immediate and direct access to downtown Ann Arbor and the Blake Transit Center.

965 East Summerfield Glen Circle - Patio

For more information about 965 East Summerfield Glen Circle, Ann Arbor, MI or to schedule a showing contact the Megan Mazurek at 734-645-4296.

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19 August Events in the Ann Arbor Area

Summer is coming to an end but there is plenty of fun to be had before then. Any of these nineteen local area events will keep you entertained.

Milan Bluegrass Festival
August 4 – August 6

The Milan Bluegrass Festival will be held in the KC Campground just east of Milan. Thousands gather from all over the country just east of Milan annually for the popular festival. Eighteen bluegrass performers and bands will perform.

August 4:    12:30pm – 9:30pm
August 5:   1:00pm – 9:00pm
August 6:  12:30pm – 9:30pm

The Importance of Being Earnest
August 4 – August 6 

One of the most entertaining plays in the English language, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest combines sparkling wit, social satire, and farcical situations in one glorious package. This play will be performed at the Kerrytown Concert House.

August 4:    8:00pm
August 5:    8:00pm
August 6:    2:00pm
August 6:    8:00pm

My Fair Lady
August 4 – August 28

The Encore Musical Theatre in Dexter is producing My Fair Lady. Starring Jessica Grove as Eliza Doolittle and directed by Tony-award winning designer/director Tony Walton.

First Friday Downtown Concert Series
August 5 

Enjoy a fun outdoor concert as part of the First Fridays Downtown Art Wal, provided by the Downtown Association of Ypsilanti. The concert is taking place at downtown branch of the Ypsilanti Library from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Please note that the concert will be held inside the library in the event of rain.

Milan Summer Fest
August 5 & August 6

Milan Summer Fest is an annual community-wide event that celebrates summer with tons of family-oriented fun. The event starts Friday evening and runs all day Saturday.

Manchester Street Art Fair
August 6

Be sure to save the date and invite family and friends to join you for a fun filled day in the Village of Manchester. “Run Manchester” kicks off the days festivities beginning at 8:00am and features a 10K, 5K, and 1 mile Fun Run. Once the run has finished, stay to enjoy the following entertainment until 9pm: juried art fair, 20 family friendly musical acts in 3 different locations along Main Street, a vintage car show, a dunk tank, live music and more.

The Super Run
August 6

The Super Run is a superhero themed event featuring a 5k and a family friendly fundraising run. The event takes place at Gallup Park in Ann Arbor and goes from 8:00am – 11:00am. Enjoy entertainment and other family activities.

The Dragonboat Festival
August 6

The Dragonboat Festival is an annual celebration of DIY building and design, culture, competition, community, and fun.  Dragonboat Festival 2016 will be held at the lower pond of Robin Hills Farm and will feature various competitive Dragonboat races using homemade boats. The event begins at 9am with a boat exhibition where spectators can visit and photograph the many different boat designs. The exhibition will be followed by a series of boat-race heats around the lower pond where teams will be competing against one another in hopes of advancing further into the competition. The day will conclude with an awards ceremony.

Underground Railroad Bus Tour: Journey to Freedom
August 7

Learn the rich details of community history as you ride by the exterior of local and nationally know Underground Railroad landmarks, historic sites and homes on this docent guided tour. The tour departs at 2:00pm from –and returns to– the parking lot in front of the Tech Building at WCC.

Dexter Daze
August 12 & August 13

Dexter Daze has occurred annually for 44 years. Enthusiasm and community growth have developed an event that includes artisans, crafters, businesses and free entertainment for the whole family. The event runs Friday from 4:00pm -10:00 pm and Saturday 10:00am – 10:00 pm.

Saline’s Summerfest 2016
August 12 & August 13

On a fine summer weekend, along the streets of Downtown Saline, a wonderful assortment of activities, attractions, and amusements will bring together people of all ages and interests. It’s a super hometown celebration – Saline’s Summerfest 2016!

Ton-Up Ypsi Motorcycle and Music Festival
July 15

The Ton-Up is a motorcycle and music festival featuring vintage and custom motorcycles, scooters, and mopeds. The festivities take place from 12:00pm – 5:00pm.

Plein Air Festival
August 15 – August 20

For the 4th year in a row, under the curious and watchful eye of the public, local and visiting artists will paint for four days in and around Dexter. The festival culminates with a two-day exhibit and silent auction of all competition artwork in the Tent Gallery in Monument Park. Activities included a friendly competition for professional and emerging artists, a quick-draw painting competition, a silent auction and artwork sale, and more.

Nashbash Music Festival
August 18

Nashville singer/songwriter Sally Barris headlines the 10th Anniversary of the Nashbash Music Festival. Set in the Ann Arbor Farmers Market, the event features a roster of first-class national and local performers in an intimate neighborhood atmosphere, making Kerrytown the place to be on Thursday evening during the dog days of summer. The artistic force behind Nashbash is Whit Hill, a longtime member of the Ann Arbor arts community who now lives in Nashville. True to Nashbash tradition, she and her band Whit Hill and the Postcards join the Nashbash roster, which this year also includes local favorites Hoodang, The Bill Edwards Band, The Judy Banker Band and The Whiskey Charmers. The festival runs from 5:00pm – 9:30pm.

Thunder Over Michigan Air Show
August 20 & August 21

The Thunder Over Michigan Air Show presented by Wayne County Airport Authority takes place each summer at Willow Run Airport, which is located just outside Ypsilanti. The show site is conveniently located within a short drive of Detroit.

Chelsea Community Fair
August 23 – August 27

The Chelsea Community Fair is hosted at the Chelsea Fairgrounds, which is located just south of downtown Chelsea. The annual fair is organized and run by the Board of Directors and the Daily Activity Fair Committees and takes place in mid-August.

Ypsilanti Heritage Festival
August 26 – August 28

Ypsilanti Heritage Festival is a free community festival featuring arts and crafts, live music, family activities and entertainment, historical presentations, and so much more.

DIYpsi Indie Art Fair
August 27 & August 28

Our intent is to be one component of a thriving community of entrepreneurs, artists, organizations and events that serve to build it up. Our contribution to this endeavor is DIYpsi (dip-see) – an art fair featuring all hand-made items that takes place in Ypsilanti’s business districts once each summer and winter. For two weekends each year we host the best indie artists our city and region have to offer for a one of a kind shopping experience that will take care of everyone on your list. We’ll also have incredible hand crafted food and drink when so bring your appetite!

Saline Community Fair
August 31 – September 4

Promising something for everyone, the 2016 Saline Community Fair will feature animals, exhibits, music, a car show, rides, food and more. Gates open August 31 at 9:00am.

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Ann Arbor Named the Most Educated City in the U.S.

WalletHub’s has ranked Ann Arbor as 2016’s Most Educated City, easily outpacing Washington, D. C., which ranked second.

Downtown Ann Arbor


In order to determine the most educated city, WalletHub’s compared the 150 largest metropolitan statistical areas, or MSAs, to determine where the most educated Americans are putting their degrees to work.Statistics were measured across two key dimensions, including “Educational Attainment” and “Quality of Education & Attainment Gap.” Data used to create the rankings was collected from the U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, GreatSchools.org and U.S. News & World Report.

Metrics included the percentage of adults aged 25 and older with a bachelor’s degree or higher, to the educational attainment gap between women and men.

Ann Arbor topped both key categories, which awarded 80 total points in Educational Attainment and 20 points in Quality of Education & Attainment Gap.

Ann Arbor topped the list for the highest percentage of associate degree holders or college-experienced adults; bachelor’s degree holders and graduate or professional degree holders. It ranked second overall for the highest percentage of high school diploma holders.

Click here see the full list.

Source: WalletHub

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Striking Wildwood Ann Arbor Home


This week we are featuring the Ryan Team’s listing – 1515 Arborview, Ann Arbor, MI, 48103

1515 Arborview - Ann Arbor - 767Q. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
Two-story colonial home.

1515 Arborview - DenQ. What distinctive features set this home apart?
Inside there are hardwood floors throughout the entire house as well as newer windows. Outside you will be able to enjoy the lush fenced back yard with deck which is perfect for summer BBQ’s.

1515 Arborview - Dining RoomQ. What are the advantages of the location & neighborhood?
Wildwood Subdivision is a desirable and coveted neighborhood due to its proximity to nearby parks including Maryfield Wildwood Park, West Park and Veterans Memorial Park.

1515 Arborview - Kitchen Q. Have there been any recent renovations or upgrades?
Beautifully remodeled kitchen with granite and stainless steel appliances. Remodeled bath with tiled shower and double sinks. Brand new roof with transferable warranty.

1515 Arborview - BedroomQ. What makes the price of this home so great?
This well maintained home is move in ready. There is also additional space in the partially finished basement that could be used as a rec room, play space or workout room.

1515 Arborview - YardQ. Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?
The formal dining space off the kitchen boasts a doorwall which opens out to the ample deck overlooking a lush fenced yard.

Come see the house in person Sunday, July 31, from 2:00 – 4:00pm.  For more information about 1515 Arborview, Ann Arbor, MI or to schedule a showing contact the Ryan Team at 734-645-5703.

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Welcome to the Charles Reinhart Company, Courtney Thomas

We are happy to welcome Courtney Thomas to the Charles Reinhart Company, Realtors

13102897_10102901878115094_6390848391431658050_n (1)Originally from Ida, MI, Courtney Thomas has been living in the Ann Arbor area for over 3 years. For the last 8 years, Courtney worked at a real estate company as a marketing professional. She specialized in social media marketing and real estate consultation.

Prior to her real estate career she also worked as a nanny. During this time she cared for the well-being of two children. Courtney is involved with the local community and currently is the junior varsity head cheerleading coach for John Glenn High School. Courtney now works out of the West office – 2355 W. Stadium – and can be reached by phone at 734-652-5296, or by email at cthomas@reinhartrealtors.com.

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Captivating New Custom Home on One Acre in The Preserve of Dexter


This week we are featuring Elizabeth Brien’s listing –3978 Glacier Lake Court, Dexter, MI 48130

3978 Glacier Lake Court - DexterQ. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
Gorgeous two story home with a striking New England-style exterior and a classic, inviting interior architecture.

3978 Glacier Lake Court - Entry

Q. What distinctive features set this home apart?
This is a brand new custom built home in the Preserve of Dexter, from Norfolk Homes. High quality finishes and materials and fine craftsmanship are the hallmarks of this home. It is also designed with today’s needs in mind, including a main level study/flex room, great mudroom and upper level media overlook. Premium extras include a gourmet kitchen, second staircase, master bedroom balcony and lower level with 10’ ceilings.

3978 Glacier Lake Court - KitchenQ. What are the advantages of the location & neighborhood?
The Preserve of Dexter is a coveted neighborhood for all the right reasons: natural setting and views, old fashioned friendly neighbors, community spirit and abundant outdoor opportunities including two 15 acre lakes, fishing, paved walking/bike paths and 80 acres of community parks.

3978 Glacier Lake Court - Great RoomQ. Does the community have any amenities we should know about?
The Preserve has an ideal location just between charming small town Dexter and the vibrant cultural center of Ann Arbor.

3978 Glacier Lake Court - MasterQ. What amazing views will the new homeowner be able to enjoy?
The Preserve overlooks crystal clear spring-fed lakes and this home highlights these views with oversized windows. Steps away from 80 acres of parks where you can take a stroll, have a picnic, or simply enjoy the beauty of your surroundings.

3978 Glacier Lake Court - Master BathQ. Can you tell us a fun fact about the home?
Hand scraped hickory hardwood floor on the main level.

3978 Glacier Lake Court - BackyardQ. Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?
Great rear deck, stone patio and professional landscaping.3978 Glacier Lake Court - Deck

For more information about 3978 Glacier Lake Court, Dexter, MI or to schedule a showing contact Elizabeth Brien at 734-669-5989.

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