Hills of Crestwood
Welcome to the Hills of Crestwood, also known as Crestwood Manor. This community is actually 2 subdivisions with 1 homeowners association. This spectacular Northville community has approximately 172 homes in it that were built between the years of 1990 - 2000.
Hills of Crestwood Listings
Hills of Crestwood Recent Solds
Buyers are willing to pay a premium for homes in Hills of Crestwood. If you are even considering selling your home, we’d love to help you maximize your equity. Get started by requesting a free home evaluation to see just how much your home is worth in today’s competitive market!
Neighborhood Bylaws for Homeowners
Hills of Crestwood Floor Plans
The SchoolsThe award winning Northville School District has six elementary, two middle, and one senior high school. The math and reading MEAP scores for the Northville Public Schools district run about 35% above state averages.
Things To Do
The City of Northville offers the following services: Community Senior Center, District Library, Joint City/Township Recreation Program, four bank/savings and loan/credit unions, an active Chamber of Commerce, senior citizen housing, nearby Maybury State Park, a post office, 11 churches, a weekly newspaper, full time police department, the Northville Downs Racetrack, Northville Cider Mill, Mill Race Historical Village, art festivals, the Victorian Festival, and organized holiday celebrations.
Getting anywhere in Metro Detroit is easy from the Hills of Crestwood's convenient location. Four major highways are a few short minutes from your home. Not that you'll have to spend a lot of time in the car, the area is bursting with all types of great shopping and dining options.
Commuting from the Hills of Crestwood
Just a quick drive away from Downtown Northville, one of the best parts of life in the Hills of Crestwood is the convenient commute to both neighboring cities and nearby attractions.
Drive to Downtown Northville: 8 min.
Drive to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport: 28 min.