Welcome to the community of Gull Lake in Richland, Michigan. Richland is a small, peaceful town equal distance between Kalamazoo and Battle Creek. This lake community is anything but sleepy. With 2 lakes, hiking & biking trails, skiing, horse riding and golfing, there is plenty to do in all four seasons. Take a look…
Golf, done the social way. We have 5 4 ½ star courses and a healthy member base that enjoys the communal experience both inside the clubhouse, on the golf course and away from the Gull Lake View in the community as a whole.
We are very proud to say a benefit in coming to the area is giving your children an excellent education through the Gull Lake School system. Gull Lake is a class A school that stresses academics above all else boasting a 95% attendance rate and had 38 seniors with a 309 GPA or higher in 2014. The school is very involved in early college programs such as KRESA, KAMSC and EFE/EFA and even allows students to earn college credits through certain AP classes. Outside of academics Gull Lake has very successful athletic programs including a women’s soccer team that is going for the third consecutive state championship in 2015. Simply put, Gull Lake Community Schools strives for excellence in everything it does and develops that same drive and value in its students.
Peace of mind
Cranes Pond and the Woods at Stonehedge are places of beauty and serenity.
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Cranes Pond and the Woods at Stonehedge were designed to fit into the environment.
- 50% of the land area was conserved as open space, forever set aside to benefit nature.
- As such, these communities provide for great neighborhoods as well as for habitat for the native plants and animals.
- This approach to environmental design is unique to Stonehedge Development.
- No other area developers do as much to preserve the environment, conserve natural resources, protect ground and surface water, and provide for wildlife in our developments.
- We don’t push nature out, we design ways to live in it.
- Cranes Pond is a 70 acre open space development
- The neighborhood was designed specifically to limit its impact on carbon footprints, to protect ground and surface water, and to provide habitat for wildlife.
- All homes are built to be energy star compliant