- Price Range
- Low $300s - Mid $300s
- Home Types
- Single Family
- Number of Homes
- Resale Homes Only
- Age Restrictions
- Construction Dates
- 1999 - 2004
Heritage in the Hills Overview
Heritage in the Hills is a tree-rich neighborhood in the northeastern part of Auburn Hills. With 100 acres of preserved wetlands safe from future development, this age-restricted community will maintain its serene ambiance. Heritage in the Hills is a fun active adult environment for those aged 55 and better who desire a home that leaves them time to enjoy life.
Heritage in the Hills has a homeowners' association that makes for a well-run community. The dues include lawn mowing, snow removal services and maintenance of the attractive common areas. In addition, security is maintained via a 24-hour gated entrance, and the neighborhood is pedestrian-friendly with wide sidewalks and well-lit streets.
Heritage in the Hills Amenities
A 7,000 square-foot clubhouse functions as the hub of Heritage in the Hills. Residents have a fitness center at their disposal and can also relax over a game of billiards or cards.
Heritage in the Hills provides an outdoor pool behind the clubhouse for keeping in shape and healthy. There is a hot tub as well for resting after workouts and for socializing and enjoying the outdoors. A tennis court, bocce ball area and putting green beckon, and the community contains many walking trails.
Heritage in the Hills Homes & Real Estate
Development of Heritage in the Hills began in 1999 and upon completion had 281 homesites. Since all sites have been completed, assorted resale inventory is up for purchase as it becomes available. As such, features may vary, but owners here take pride in their property and many feature first-class upgrades. These may include hardwood floors, granite counter tops, large kitchen islands, upgraded appliances and finished basements. Most homes typically feature two to three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an attached two-car garage.
Heritage in the Hills Lifestyle
A full-time activities director manages a calendar of activities on location year round. Residents of Heritage in the Hills enjoy a country club lifestyle in the Midwest with fauna and flora that delights at any season of the year. The community is very active with multi-interest programs that provide recreation of all levels. Activities include bingo, sewing groups, crafts, ceramics, book discussions, exercise classes, water aerobics and swimming. Residents also regularly come together for bridge, euchre, pinochle and poker. The activities director organizes day trips as well as movie and theater outings by utilizing its 14-passenger bus. In addition, residents can participate in regularly scheduled tennis competitions. This active adult resort community has an online newsletter that lists all activities.
Located in Auburn Hills, Michigan just north of the Oakland University, Heritage in the Hills is within proximity of restaurants, shops, entertainment venues, cultural opportunities and medical facilities. A popular shopping destination for residents is Great Lakes Crossing. Notable areas of interest to take in performances include Callahan's Music Hall and DTE Energy Music Theater. Other popular venues in the area are the Palace of Auburn Hills, the Walter P. Chrysler Museum and the Cranbrook Institute of Science. Cities within a 20-mile radius include Pontiac, Rochester, Troy, Oak Park, Sterling Heights, Southfield and Farmington Hills. For farther travel there is the Flint Airport and Detroit Meetro Airport within an hours' drive. Active adults love Heritage in the Hills for its low-maintenance living in a prime location in Auburn Hills, MI.
Heritage in the Hills Amenities
- Clubhouse - 7,000 Sq. Ft.
- Fitness Center
- Card Room
- Billiards Table
- Outdoor Pool & Spa
- 2 Tennis Courts
- Bocce Ball Court
- Putting Green
- Walking & Biking Trails
- 14-Passenger Bus
Heritage in the Hills Clubs, Groups, Activities & Classes
There are plenty of activities available in Heritage in the Hills. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.
- Book Club
- Computer Club
- Exercise Classes
- Heritage Book Club
- Men's Breakfast Out
- Men's Strength Training
- Mexican Train
- Movie Nights
- Sews and Sews
- Social Committee
- Stitcher's Knitch
- Women's Social Group
Single Family Homes
Price Range: Low $300s - Mid $300s
This community started development in 1999 and contained 281 homes upon completion. Since all sites have been completed, assorted resale inventory is up for purchase as it becomes available. As such, features may vary, but owners here take pride in their property and many feature first-class upgrades. These may include hardwood floors, granite counter tops, large kitchen islands, upgraded appliances and finished basements. These homes range in size from approximately 1,420 to over 2,700 square feet and typically feature two to three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage. Please Note: Floor plans are not available at this time.
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