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Welcome to Lake St. Clair in Grosse Pointe, MI
Nestled on the gleaming shores of Lake St. Clair, Grosse Pointe, Michigan is truly an exceptional place. Located only 15 minutes from Detroit’s business center, you will find many fine golf, yacht and hunt clubs, good restaurants, and sophisticated shopping. Made up of five separate municipalities, the community has small-town values with a sophisticated edge. With excellent education and health care systems, a solid business climate, and flourishing arts and culture, Grosse Pointe is a wonderful place to call home.
It’s the kind of community where people really get to know each other – and it’s no wonder. Many families have lived in the area for generations and young adults often choose Grosse Pointe as the place to raise their families. Here you’ll find architecturally diverse homes of every size and price. Traditional and contemporary homes stand tastefully side by side. Townhouses and condominiums provide ease and convenience. All this variety can be found in walkable neighborhoods where long-time and new residents become lifelong friends.
The recreation opportunities are endless in Grosse Pointe on shore or off. Lake St. Clair is one of over 11,000 crystal clear Michigan lakes. We have over 20 local parks where there is always something to do. Each of the Grosse Pointe communities has its own residents’ only park. The lakefront parks provide a great setting for water activities, including boating, kayaking, swimming, and water aerobics. Our beautiful streets and neighborhoods are the perfect place for an early morning jog, a leisurely bike ride or in-line skate. Seniors can find lots to do through various community organizations some of which arrange educational, travel and social activities.
The Grosse Pointes were originally founded as a luxury summer vacation resort. Wealthy individuals from the city bought the land to build their summer cottages. It wasn’t long before people wanted to live in Grosse Pointe all year. The current residents still treasure the beauty of the natural surroundings and strive to keep the community’s centuries-old, traditional values.