Dexter’s Cedar Hills development is very convenient being only approximately 6 miles to downtown Dexter, and just 15 miles to downtown Ann Arbor – the best of both worlds.Cedar-Hills-entrance

About Cedar Hills

Cedar Hills is located in the northern section of Washtenaw County in Webster Township between North Territorial and Walsh Road just off Mast Road.

Cedar Hills subdivision was developed in 1994 with the first home built in 1995. The community offers professionally designed neighborhood entrance, serviced by well and septic. There are 38 homes in Cedar Hills, with a minimum of 1.5 acres acres giving it a rural feel.  The smallest home is about 2773 square feet and ranging up to about 6500 square feet.  Dexter’s Cedar Hills subdivision is a perfect opportunity for buyers to snap up a stunning home in this beautiful park-like setting surrounded by nature.

You can click here to view a video on Dexter Schools.  Here are the Cedar Hills master deed and amendments 1,2,3,4,5 for your convenience.

All in all, this community is a great choice for many people and it seems people don’t move out very often.  So here is an opportunity to see inside a Cedar Hills home.  Cedar Hills Dr Webster Twp, MI – Home For Sale

  The neighborhood children are picked up by bus to go to the highly acclaimed Dexter schools.

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Dexter Amenities

Dexter is a great place to live, work, and play offering year-round activities, for instance,  Hudson Mills Golf Course and Hudson Mills Metropolitan Park. No matter which way you go, you’ll find yourself surrounded by plenty of biking, hiking, walking and cross country ski trails.   Independence County Park has fun for everyone with swimming, fishing, boating, biking, disc golf, and bring your roller blades along and ride the paved pathways.  Take Jennings Road north to the park off Territorial towards US-23 expressway.  These parks are some of the best in the state.

The Portage Lake Chain of lakes is within minutes, just north on Dexter-Pinckney Road. If you like Sailing – then visit the Portage Yacht Club which is on the chain as well.  Fishing on the Huron River is also very popular for anglers.

Dine out at the Red Brick Kitchen and Bar, a great place to stop and enjoy a delicious meal as you travel home from work, shopping or a sporting event.  Take in a play at the  Encore Theatre in Dexter located behind the Dexter Bakery just off Main Street. Stroll downtown Dexter on the Walking/Bike Trail.  Other great restaurants are Terry B’s, the Dexter Pub,  Aubrey’s, the A & W, and check out the Dairy Queen on facebook in downtown Dexter. If you have a sweet tooth look up Mindo Chocolates.

Looking for the perfect gift for a friend who loves feeding birds; gardening; or has pets to care for, then stop in at the Dexter Mill.   Check out your favorite new best seller at the Dexter Library – a state-of-the-art public library located along Mill Creek just off Main Street.  Learn about the history of Dexter at the Dexter Historical Society.  And did you know that Dexter, Michigan has their own Dexter Community Orchestra and Dexter Community Band so join soon if you are musically inclined. The Ann Arbor Country Club is located between Dexter and Ann Arbor.  Downtown Ann Arbor is only a 20 minute drive away.


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