Manufactured Home Communities in Auburn Hills, Michigan
Auburn Hills, Michigan, is an ideal place to live with its mix of attractions and amenities. Home to the sprawling Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, residents can enjoy premier shopping experiences. Sports fans can catch a game in Motor City with all the major sports represented. Before the game, dine out at one of the many restaurants in Auburn Hills - from fine dining to pub fare. With family-friendly destinations like the SEA LIFE Michigan Aquarium and close proximity to nature parks, Auburn Hills offers a well-rounded living experience.
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Auburn Hills, Michigan
Relax in your ranch-style manufactured home at Sheffield Estates, a community that borders a small, private lake. Enjoy an outdoor pool, community center, playground, catch-and-release fishing, and basketball courts, all just minutes from the schools and workplaces in the city.View Community about Sheffield Estates
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Auburn Hills?
Auburn Hills may be smaller than its neighbor Detroit, but there’s plenty for you and the whole family to enjoy. The top things to do in Auburn Hills are:
- Meadowbrook Hall
- Innovation Hills
- Skanderbeg Statue
- Clinton River Trail
- Riverside Park
- What are the best places to eat in Auburn Hills?
Discover a variety of restaurants in and around Auburn Hills, from Caribbean and Korean fare to classic Midwestern diners. Grab your morning coffee at one of the area’s cute cafés and finish your workday with a stop at a local brewery.
- What is Auburn Hills best known for?
Home to over 40 international corporate headquarters, Auburn Hills is known for being the capital of Michigan’s global commerce scene. It’s also the site of four higher education institutions, a beautiful library and community center, and Great Lakes Crossing Outlets—one of the state’s largest shopping centers.
- How is the weather in Auburn Hills?
Auburn Hills enjoys a humid continental climate with moderately hot summers and cold, snowy winters. In the fall, Auburn Hills is ablaze with color, and springtime is fresh and cool.
- Does Auburn Hills have public transportation?
While Auburn Hills does not have public transportation, residents can easily get around town using ride shares like Uber and Lyft.