1190 Seneca Rd Lake Orion ****PENDING****

New Listing – 1190 Seneca Rd, Lake Orion – $569,000 – MLS# 215045860

Beautiful Cape Cod inspired lakefront home on peaceful Indianwood Lake peninsula w/300 ft of shoreline, sandy beach, stunning lakefront view from almost every room & lush landscaping on 1.38 acres. Historical home featured on 6th Annual Lake Orion Heritage Tour/one of the first homes built on the lake. Skillfully renovated while maintaining old world charm of original home. Southern yellow pine floors, cobalt Pewabic tiles & antique hardware/fixtures throughout. Great room w/original stone fireplace & cobalt Pewabic tile inserts. Kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, quartz counter tops, cherry cabinets, Venetian plaster walls & lake view. Master bedroom features walk-in closet, gas fireplace, 10′ ceilings, sitting room all w/dazzling view of lake. Master bath has spa tub, large steam shower & hammered copper sinks. Potential 4th bedroom Walkout basement w/additional 350 sq ft of finished living space. Expansive decks overlooking lake, boat dock, great fishing, & home warranty.

2733 Fox Hollow Court, Lake Orion

NEW LISTING – 2733 Fox Hollow Court, Lake Orion  – $85,000

Beautifully renovated condo including kitchen with quartz counters/stainless steel appliances, Italian tile in new bath, hardwood floors, master with walk-in closet, plantation blinds in great room and neutral decor. Privileges on all sports Lake Voorheis, private entrance, 1st floor laundry and attached garage. 

  • 2 Bedroom/1 Bathroom
  • Located in charming Lake Orion
  • Privileges on all sports Lake Vooheis
  • Appliances and Home Warranty included



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Trails and Parks of Lake Orion


PAINT CREEK TRAILTrails and Parks of Lake Orion

The first rail to trail in the state of Michigan was Paint Creek Trail, as it was converted to a trail from the former Penn Central Railroad. The trail opened in 1983 and is an 8.9 mile linear park running from Rochester to Lake Orion. This non-motorized trail is 8 feet wide and receives over 100,000 visitors annually.


The Polly Ann Trail is a 14.2 mile long, non-motorized trail that connects the communities of Orion Township, Oxford Township, the Village of Oxford, Addison Township, and the Village of Leonard. It is quite popular and utilizes the abandoned P.O. & N. railroad corridor. It transverses through some of the most beautiful untouched landscape in northern Oakland County. The trail surface is crushed aggregate and some asphalt surface in densely populated areas.


Located in a over 900 ft.² County Park, the Orion Oaks.Park is a 24 acre fenced enclosure with small dog area, tutorials, picnic shelters, field area and drinking water. There’s access to Lake 16 for swimming for dogs only. There are three separate sections which are rotated on a monthly basis.



Trails and Parks of Lake OrionAtwater Park is a 3.14 acre neighborhood park located in the eastern portion of the Village at the corner of Perry Street and Atwater Street. The park is consists of two areas, a sports area and a play area. The larger portion of the park is devoted to two ball
fields. The two fields sit in a square setting
with the two infields opposite each other. There are
bleachers and player benches found in this
area. The baseball fields are partly maintained by the ball leagues that schedule games and practices here. The smaller section of the park, closest to Atwater Street, contains both playgrounds and other
recreation facilities.


Located in downtown Orion, this community park comprises 1.54 acres. In 2011, the Lake Orion DDA invested $175,000 in the park to create a new entrance, additional sidewalk, new landscaping, and terrace seating. The DDA was able to make this investment with the help of a grant from the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Running through the park is the Paint Creek, a tributary of the Clinton River. The park contains picnic tables, swings, playground equipment and a gazebo.   Children’s Park is home the DDA’s Annual Gazebo Concert Series that takes place during the summer annually.


Green’s Park is a highly visible community park located off of M-24. This 2-acre park is the Village’s only park on Lake Orion, with about 560 feet of frontage. The use of Green’s Park is mostly restricted to those who purchase a Park Pass from the Village Office although there are times throughout the year that visitors don’t need a pass. The entrance to Green’s Park features two structures, a restroom facility and a concession/storage facility. At this park you can find a basketball hoop, playground area, swings, picnic tables, water fountains, grills, benches and bike racks. The DDA financed a $250,000 lighting and fencing project along M-24, including the area in front of Green’s Park. The M-24 project was completed in 2009.Trails and Parks of Lake Orion


Meek’s Park is a 1.62 acre community park located along the Paint Creek, in the eastern portion of the Village. Meek’s Park is a linear park with approximately 600 feet along the banks of Paint Creek. You can get to the park by many avenues. There are walkways leading to Meek’s Park from Glenn Street (east side), Broadway Street (west side), a pedestrian bridge from Washington Street (north side), and a pedestrian bridge from the Orion Art Center. Come and enjoy walking through this natural area, stop and watch the ducks in the Creek, or simply sit and visit with friends.

There are two other parks in the Village of Lake Orion: Swiss Village Park located off of Central Drive, and Unger Park, located off of Bellevue Street. [Source: DowntownLakeOrion.com, DestinationOakland.com]



165 Emerald Chase Drive *****SOLD*****

Beautiful, spacious 2 Bedroom/ 2 Bathroom condo in Atwater Commons.  Well maintained ranch with fabulous location in the charming Village of Lake Orion and walking distance to restaurants, parks, lake and trails. Enjoy your morning coffee on the balcony while listening to the birds sing. Freeland floor plan with many upgrades.

  • 2 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom
  • American Home Shield Plus Condo Warranty included
  • All appliances included




950 Sherry Dr. Lake Orion

Just Reduced!
950 Sherry Dr. Lake OrionAdorable two bedroom, one bathroom ranch with slate floor and back splash in kitchen, whole house newly painted. Huge back yard with brick paver patio for summer BBQ and 8’x10′ shed. This immaculate home has been lovingly maintained and offered many years of joy to the current owners. Perfect starter home for a young family or retiree. Why rent when you can own this gem!


2 bedroom / 1 bathroom / 816 sq. ft.

New Roof in 2014 / Furnace rebuilt in 2014

Beach access / American Home Shield Plus Warranty

MLS # 215049654

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Parks in Oxford Michigan

Parks in Oxford Michigan

Oxford Village in Michigan is a fabulous place to live. This small town place with modern amenities, top notch schools, and state of the art library also has some very exquisite parks that bring out the nature lover in all of us.Parks in Oxford Michigan

Centennial Park is located in downtown Oxford and features Thursday night concerts from May through mid September from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. providing visitors and residents alike with a night of free music. This is a fabulous night of free entertainment and a chance to rub elbows with your neighbors!

Seymour Lake Park is open 8am to 10pm year round. They are home to Kid’s Kingdom and Splash Pad which is THE place to be if you’re a kid in Oxford Village.

Powell Lake Township Park is next to the library in Oxford and remains open from 8am to 9pm all year long. Powell Lake Park is a 56 acre park that features a one mile A.D.A. approved asphalt nature trail around Powell Lake, boardwalks and access to the Polly Ann Trail.

Stony Lake Township Park is open 9am to 9pm from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The beach hours end an hour earlier at 8pm. It is a 13 acre park with a beach, three pic nic pavilions, a gazebo, restrooms, boat launch, and playground. It is a resident only park. Non residents may enter the park for a $5 parking fee. Additionally, the pavilions may be rented for private party use.

Whether you’re in Oxford to live, play or live and play, you’re sure to make the parks here part of your adventure! They’re a great place to relax or pump up the fun with friends, family, neighbors and colleagues. So, the next time you’re planning a family pic nic, church potluck or work party, make sure you keep Oxford Parks in mind!

Our associates elsewhere have some great parks to check out too like the one on the Water in Louisville