Cedar Valley Ridge
F.A.Q.

What makes Cedar Valley Ridge unique?

Cedar Valley Ridge is a 177-acre community with 35 distinctive homesites, 133 acres of protected natural area including pristine forests, over 1000' of Cedar Run Creek, a secluded meadow, and over 6 miles of maintained nature trails – and it’s only ten minutes from Traverse City. Restrictions written into the Master Deed ensure the preservation of the land.

Is there a designated builder for this project?
No, but we would be happy to recommend several quality builders for your consideration. If you already have a builder we would be happy to provide him/her assistance.

Are the utilities underground?
Yes, all electric, telephone, cable and natural gas lines are buried.
 
 
 
 
 

What is a site condominium cluster development?

A site condominium cluster development as defined by Long Lake Township ordinance consists of individually owned and occupied residential units, each having an undivided interest and access to a common area of the development.

Is there a Homeowner's Association and what are the dues?
The Cedar Valley Ridge Homeowner Association is an active and involved expression of community life. Dues of $35 per month are used for:
  • Maintenance of Common Area & Nature Trails
  • Road maintenance including snow removal
  • Insurance for the Homeowner Association
  • Contingency fund for future expense
  • Social events sponsored by the community
The Homeowner Association also takes an active role in community governance, design review, and most important, community building and social events.
 
 
 
 
 
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