Mallard Cove Subdivision is located on the north east side of Saline off of Textile Road between Woodland & Lohr.
This neighborhood offers 58 homes, with 6 different floor plans, built by Bayberry in beginning in 1989. Homeowners enjoy the serene nature surroundings in this community which offers 132 acres of homes and 54 acres left for Mother Nature. Majority of the properties in Mallard Cove are two story Colonials ranging between 3-4 bedrooms, 2+ bathrooms. Floor plans range from approx. 2000 and 3000 square feet. Colonials aren't all you find, Georgian, Postmodern, Country and Tudor style properties are available. Most homeowners are enteratined with the near by Mallard Cove Trails.
This Saline enjoys the benefits of lower Pittsfield township taxes with the delight of an Ann Arbor mailing address. Children attend the coveted Saline Area Schools.
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