White Lake Twp Lakes Michigan

The township isn’t one subdivision after another, in fact I would say it is rural residential, and lake homes are the typical residential style.  If you did a view from the air, you would notice that there are clusters of homes around the many White Lake Township lakes.

White Lake doesn’t have a central downtown area.  You could say that M-59 is White Lake’s heart.  Most of the stores, restaurants, bars/taverns, and business are along M-59.

Lakes in White Lake Township MI:

  • Allen Lake
  • Small Allen Lake
  • Bogie Lake                   non motorized lake     76 acres      private
  • Brendel Lake                all sports lake             89 acres      private
  • Cedar Island Lake        all sports lake           169 acres
  • Cooley Lake                  all sports lake
  • Foley Lake in White Lake MI                     16 acres
  • Grass Lake                    all sports lake
  • Lake Mead
  • Lake Ona                      electric motors           11 acres
  • Lake Stinson                Just a big pond
  • Long Lake                     all sports lake            146 acres      private
  • Mandon Lake                all sports lake
  • McWithy Lake
  • Neva Lake                     all sports lake 
  • Oxbow Lake                  all sports lake           270 acres      private
  • Pontiac Lake                  all sports lake           612 acres
  • Round Lake                   all sports lake
  • Sugden Lake                  all sports lake           67 acres      private
  • Tull Lake                        all sports lake        est 100 acr
  • White Lake                     all sports lake           540 acres    DNR access
  • Wingate Lake

The biggest lakes in the township are White Lake which has the White Lake Inn on it, Pontiac Lake which has a large state park (and Quake on the Lake power boat races in July on it) and Oxbow Lake which has Spraders on the Lake on it.

White Lake Township has five public school districts: Clarkston, Holly, Huron Valley, Walled Lake and Waterford.  So depending on where you live on the lakes will determine which school system your children will go to.  Though the majority of the kids either go to Huron Valley Schools or Waterford schools.

White Lake Township lakefront properties, homes and real estate are varied.  There are some old run down cottages that were built in the 1920’s to the 1950’s.  You will find many “cottages” that are now updated and are year round homes.

There is every type of home styles on White Lake Township lakes.  There are A frames, log homes, colonials, cape cods, tri levels, bungalows, quad levels, ranches, contemporary, bi-level, and estate homes.

The square footage of the lake homes range from 800 square feet to over 10,000 square feet.  So you can find any size or type of lake home in White Lake Township.  You can find a quiet non-motorized lake or you can be on a large all-sports lake.  It’s your choice and the township has it all.  There are even a few lakes that have homes with acreage and on the lake.   Here are some tips on how to get a good lake home: Oakland County lake home buying tips and White Lake waterfront home real estate investing

If you can’t afford the type of White Lake Township lake home you want then you might want to look at canal front homes or lake access homes.  There are some wide clean canals on Cedar Island Lake that open up to little bays.  Not the open expanse of water, but still have the ability to get out to the water without having to trailer your boat.  They will still give you access to the lake, but at a lower cost.  Are you looking for a great lake house or maybe just a weekend get away.  Join my VIP Lake club and get the best lake deals emailed to you! Remember we offer a fantastic home buyer bonus that many other real estate agents do not on the purchase of any home.

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