Copper Meadows is a beautiful new homes development in Dexter, Michigan. Located northwest of Dexter off N. Territorial Road, just west of Dexter Townhall Road in Dexter Township. Copper Meadows has views of Peach Mountain for evenings of star gazing. There are 51 home sites to view on the Copper Meadows Lot Diagram.
About Copper Meadows
Copper Meadows has a Community Public sewer and a Community Water System, walking paths, and vista views throughout the entire subdivision. Affordable annual $600 Association Dues. Homes range in price from $220,000 – $320,000’s beginning with 1800 square feet to over 3,000 square feet. Many of the homes have lavish master suites with walk-in closets depending on the plan you choose.
Copper Meadows homes are built with glamorous granite counter tops in kitchens and powder rooms. The kitchens at Copper Meadows will pamper any chef. There are plenty of other features such as paved roads, low township taxes and underground utilities.
Your children will attend Dexter Schools. Dexter Community Schools are centrally located within the Dexter Community all just a bike ride from each other.
Dexter is convenient to all types of outdoor recreation just a few miles northeast of downtown, 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 is a hidden treasure located off Jennings Rd in Dexter MI. There is plenty of fun for everyone with swimming, fishing, boating, biking, disc golf, and bring your roller blades along and ride the paved pathways. These parks are some of the best in the state. Put your boat in and enjoy a day on the water. 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.
Time to Dine 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 any sporting event. 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. Take a trip to the Dexter Cider Mill each fall and enjoy the harvest.