Phenomenal colonial located at the end of a cul-de-sac backing to a wooded lot in highly
desirable Keatington Cedars! Enjoy a private beach with gated access on private All Sports Lake Voorheis. Many community events throughout the year along with close proximity to parks, trails, hiking, biking & fishing.
This 3 bedroom, 2 and a half bath colonial features a spacious living room, dining room, family room, and a great kitchen with breakfast nook. Updated kitchen with granite counters and stainless-steel appliances, updated baths with marble flooring. A natural wood fireplace in the living room. Updated wood floors in the dining room, living room, family room, and master bedroom. Spacious master suite with walk in closet and full bath! The perfect wooded backyard great for entertaining with a large deck.
Award winning Lake Orion Schools. Close to I-75, shopping, restaurants and more!
A must see!
The Keatington Beach Association (KBA) includes Keatington Cedars, Keatington Knolls, Keatington Meadows, Keatington New Town, Keatington Woods, Scripps Lakeview, Scripps on the Lake, Keatington Cedars II and Lochmoor on the Lake. The beach is located at the east end of Lake Voorheis.
Voorheis Lake is 250 acres to enjoy swimming and boating. On this all-sports lake, community members enjoy a variety of lake fun activities. This includes, but is not limited to, boating, kayaking, swimming, and fishing.
The Village of Lake Orion is located in the northern portion of Oakland County, Southeast Michigan. While part of the larger Detroit Metropolitan Area and facing growth pressures, the Village continues to grow in a sustainable manner. Established in 1859 on the shore of Lake Orion, the Village stands apart from other communities, boasting a historic downtown, well-established residential neighborhoods, and natural resources with abundant lakefront and rivers. Surrounded by Orion Township, the Village of Oxford is due north and the City of Auburn Hills located to the south. The primary transport route is State Highway 24 (M-24) which acts as a center dividing line for the community - separating the waters of Lake Orion from the historic downtown located just east of M-24.
The village was first settled in the early 1820s by Judah Church and Moses "Samuel" Munson. Munson built a sawmill in town in 1825, and the Village was incorporated in 1859. Thanks for visiting our web site. We hope you will return to the site soon and, if you haven't yet done so, we invite to visit our historic downtown, come shop and dine with us!
Spend some time at one of our fine parks, or swim and boat on our beautiful 482-acre Lake Orion (the 7th largest lake in Oakland county). Once you're here, we know you won't want to leave!