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Basketball Court(s), Clubhouse, Emergency Maintenance, Extra Storage, Fitness Center, Playground, Swimming Pool
Basketball courts, Exercise Room, On-Site Customer Service, Playscape, Professional On-Site Management, RV Storage, Swimming pools, Tennis courts
Minutes away... miles apart! the quiet charm of country living... world class culture and entertainment at your doorstep!
Meadow Lake, located in White Lake, provides its residents with the quiet charm of country living and easy highway access to all the wonderful things that metro Detroit and Oakland County offer. Only 15 minutes from Auburn Hills and Clarkston and a short 45 minute drive to Detroit, White Lake residents have world-class culture and entertainment at their doorstep! Concert lovers can take their pick of two incredible venues for live entertainment: the DTE Energy Music Theater and the Palace of Auburn Hills. DTE attracts more than 80 major artists each year, and the Palace is consistently voted one of the best venues for pop and country entertainment. Those looking to head downtown for their fun need look no further than the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, one of the country's most recorded orchestras, offering incredible entertainment in its renovated Orchestra Hall. The Michigan Opera Theatre, one of the city's most precious jewels, enriches lives and fosters creativity by offering the best in professional productions from the grand opera, operetta, musical theater and ballet repertory. The Detroit Institute of Arts claims one of the largest, most significant art collections in the nation, with over 65,000 works that inspire and excite visitors. From mummies to Matisse, Asian antiquities to cutting edge realists, the DIA features the most renowned works of art in all media! Did you know that sports fans living at Meadow Lake have several major recreational facilities only minutes away? Michigan's metro parks are all within easy reach of Meadow Lake, and the Indian Springs Metro Park is situated just down the road from Meadow Lake, offering 8 miles of paved cycling, hiking, in-line skating and jogging paths for our residents' enjoyment! How about taking on the ski slopes of Alpine Valley (25 slopes), Mt. Holly (18 slopes) or Pine Knob (15 slopes)? Each resort is within 13 miles of the community! Of course, if you prefer watching instead of active participation, Meadow Lake's proximity to Detroit allows the sports fans to head down to the brand-new Ford Field for a Lions game, the new Comerica Park to catch a Tigers game, or Joe Louis Arena to catch the Red Wings in action. The Pistons, at the Palace of Auburn Hills, bring more than their share of excitement as well! No matter what your preference, every option is available to you at Meadow Lake! Why not visit the community today?
Dogs and cats permitted. Full security deposit required with pets. 1 pet limit. An additional rent charge of $25/month applies. Noisy, unruly or dangerous pets are not permitted, including Rottweilers, Dobermans, Pit Bulls and Wolf Breeds. Contact management office with any questions regarding pet policy. 12 month leases, security deposit is equal to one months rent.
Pets Accepted. Breed Restriction. Call for Policy. Cats Allowed. Dogs Allowed. Call for service animal policy.
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Ratings & Reviews
Have a few repairs that need attention. Still waiting.
December 22, 2014
Meadow Lake Resident
Attentive staff, quiet neighborhood, clean and safe.
December 20, 2014
The property is well kept and the staff is friendly. I've lived here for 4 years.
December 3, 2013
Meadow Lake Resident
The management does not do anything in regards to compalints or damage that was done to the homes. Instead th Read Moreey will charge you for the damage even if it was done prior to you moving in. We have had to listen to a dog howling at all hours of the night for 2 years and it has been annoying to say the least. There is also a problem with theft and distruction of property in this community that once again the park has done nothing about.
November 29, 2013