Welcome to Regency Hills!
The Regency Hills subdivision is located in Shelby Township, Michigan and comprises 316 single-family homes.
It is within close proximity to shopping, churches, schools, and hospitals. It is only a short drive to I-75, M-53 and M-59 expressways providing easy access to all of southeast Michigan.
There is an abundance of entertainment, fitness facilities and restaurants within a short drive. Homeowners enjoy quiet streets, an abundance of trees, a friendly environment and walking or biking throughout our subdivision and neighboring subdivision streets.
All of the single-family homes are built on large, spacious lots with side entry garages enhancing the ambiance of our well-maintained subdivision.
Our Homeowners’ Association maintains the common areas throughout the subdivision for the benefit of all the homeowners.
Located in southeast corner of 25 Mile & Dequindre roads, the subdivision is a fairly new development in an area that used to be a wide expanse of apple orchards. In fact, one of the oldest cider mills in the United States, Yates Cider Mill – which has been operational since 1863 – is located only a mile from the subdivision.
Only a mile north of the subdivision is one of the top-rated public parks in Michigan: the Stony Creek Metropark. Extending across Oakland and Macomb counties, 4,461 scenic-acres abound with opportunity for outdoor recreation all year long.
Visitors can spend an afternoon boating or swimming in 500-acre Stony Creek Lake. Hike, bike, run or inline skate through lush woodlands, serene wetlands and tallgrass prairies. In the winter, walk, cross-country ski or snowshoe across marked trails. A winter sports area includes snowboard, sled and toboggan hills.
The neighborhood is served by the UCS (Utica Community Schools) School District. The K-12 age children of the residents of Regency Hills attend nearby Roberts Elementary, Malow Junior High and Eisenhower High School, all National Blue Ribbon schools. More information on these schools can be found at UCS website: www.uticak12.org.
In addition, one of the top universities in Michigan, the Oakland University is located only several miles west of the Regency Hills community: www.oakland.edu.
Regency Hills is located few short miles from the historic town of Rochester and has easy access to the vibrant business district of Troy, only 10 miles south of Regency Hills. The main thoroughfare between Shelby Township and Troy, the Rochester Road is dotted with many businesses and stores, leading to the upscale Somerset Mall in Troy.
Choosing a hospital is a major decision for any family. Residents of Regency Hills have easy access to Beaumont Hospital (Troy) of Beaumont Health System, a regional and national leader in providing health care services, medical education and medical research. Located only 5 miles south of Regency Hills subdivision.
Regency Hills is part of the Charter Township of Shelby in Macomb County, Michigan. The website of the municipal government features information on operations, meetings and community services for the 73,000 residents and 1,600 businesses of Shelby Township: www.shelbytwp.org.
The area is served by the Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce & Industry, which began as a small, localized Chamber in 1961 and have grown to become Macomb County’s leading business organization with more than 1,600 members. Its original designated service area of “Greater Utica” has expanded to serve businesses in every Macomb County community, becoming the “Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce & Industry” in 2009. Business owners can find more information at www.suscc.com.
With a history that dates back to 1863, Yates Grist Mill opened its doors beside the rapidly flowing waters of the ‘then’ Clinton-Kalamazoo Canal, amidst the beautiful countryside of Rochester, Michigan.
By 1876, the Yates family installed a cider press into the existing water-powered process and began producing delicious Michigan cider. It then became known as Yates Cider Mill.
Roberts Elementary is the home of the Roberts Rooks, the seven-time state chess champions in Michigan.
All three K-12 schools are top contenders in the regional and state Science Olympiad contest every year.
Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak is once again named among the nation’s “Best Hospitals” in the annual rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
Beaumont, Royal Oak is ranked in four medical specialties in the 2011-12 “Best Hospitals” lists announced by U.S. News today. The rankings are available online and will appear in the U.S. News Best Hospitals guidebook.
Regency Hills is located just minutes from Stony Creek Metropark, Stony Creek Lake, Yates Cider Mill, and shopping attractions in Rochester and Troy including Somerset Mall.
Regency Hills is served by Utica Community Schools School District: Roberts Elementary, Malow Junior High and Eisenhower High School — all National Blue Ribbon schools.
Regency Hills is part of the Charter Township of Shelby in Macomb County, Michigan, which includes 73,000 residents and 1,600 businesses.