40239 Spitz Drive
Sterling Heights, MI 48313
3 Beds | 1.1 Baths | 1,756 Total Sqft.
Your search is over! This beautifully updated three bedroom home in Keatington Meadows subdivision is waiting for you. Freshly painted throughout featuring a new Creative Customs Construction kitchen with granite counter tops, glass backsplash, ceramic tile, stainless appliances, along with new carpeting throughout most of the home. Hardwood Floors and Plantation Shutters in Dining Room. Enjoy the warm and cozy family room with nicely appointed brick fireplace and french doors with direct access to a large deck and fenced yard. All bedrooms on second floor featuring one full bath with a clawfoot tub and separate shower. The partially finished basement offers a finished rec room which could be a possible 4th bedroom and has a separate area giving plenty of space for extra storage. This home is great for entertaining and offers access to swimming and boating on Lake Voorheis, the largest private all sports lake in Oakland County and is home to award winning Lake Orion Schools.
Spacious Backyard With Playset
Living In Sterling Heights
Sterling Heights is a wonderful community to take residence in; the safe & family-friendly community has many notable qualities to offer...
The Nature Center in Sterling Heights is a great place to take children for a day to entertain that curiosity of the environment around them. From educational and hands-on touch tables, observing reptiles and amphibians, nature classes and guided nature walks, your sure to experience lasting fun! Sterling Heights also has an abundance of parks that offer basketball courts, hiking trails, playgrounds and more. Dodge Park is one of those fun places in the communtity where residents enjoy a wonderful farmers market every Thursday! During the summer there is also music in the park after, making it a perfect family outing destination.
As a way to additionally enhance the Clinton River area of the city, Sterling Heights will also be operating with “WaterTowns,” an initiative that makes use of vegetation, soils, and natural processes to regulate storm water and create cleaner urban environments. Tasks might include converting grassy spaces to wildflower gardens, putting in rain gardens and the use of porous pavement in parking lots. This initiative, led through the Clinton River Watershed Council in partnership with Lawrence Technological University, is a result of funding the CRWC gained to assist local municipalities capitalize on the position making potential of the Clinton River and Lake St. Clair.