Steeplechase: Luxurious Living in Northville, MI
An elegant way of life is just part of the appeal of Steeplechase.
The neighborhood presents a graceful atmosphere, with pristine sidewalks following either side of the street and trees lining the avenues. At the cul-de-sacs, small "islands" with planted trees buffer the homes from the main residential street.
Residents of Steeplechase can enjoy these state-of-the-art amenities along with luxurious homes:
- fitness center
- children's playground
- multiple common areas
- community pool
Convenient Location Near Northville Fun
Steeplechase subdivision is located right across the street from Maybury State Park, allowing residents to enjoy the trails and unique working farm. Other fun activities and facilities not far from the neighborhood include:
- Cady Street Dog Park
- Cass Benton Park & Disc Golf Course
- Downtown Northville
- Northville Community Park
- Northville Hills Golf Club
- Northville Square Shopping Center
- and more!
Steeplechase Neighborhood Home Features
The luxurious single-family homes in this subdivision are a pleasant mix of established properties and new construction homes. The home features offered at many of the houses include:
- large attached garages
- brick home exterior
- spacious front and back yards
- and more!
Some homes have been strategically placed around small community ponds, offering a view of the water from the back yard.
Steeplechase Neighborhood Homes Sales Data
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