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The Associates of Phillip J. Andreae, Inc. are licensed REALTORS ®, members of the Lapeer and Upper Thumb Association of REALTORS ®, the Michigan Association of REALTORS ® and the National Association of REALTORS ®.
Metamora is nestled between the Town of Oxford and the City Lapeer in South Lapeer County. Its charming downtown area is located just East of M-24 (Lapeer Road) on Dryden Road. Home owners and buyers are particularly attracted to the Metamora area because of its close proximity to Oakland County and I-75, while benefiting from Lapeer County's appealing tax base.
Living in Metamora
The Metamora Area offers country living for everyone from the downtown village, sub-division neighborhoods, large-parcel homesteads and rural horse and livestock farms. While meandering down the natural country roads, be sure to wave "hello" to the many horse enthusiasts as they take a ride in "horse country". The Metamora Hunt region is world renowned for its fox and fowl hunt clubs.
The Metamora Area Chamber of Commerce is active in the community and strives to make living and doing business in the area ideal. Each summer, the Metamora Chamber features "Metamora Country Days", a two-day festival of food, entertainment & fun in the village. Each night is capped-off with a Hot-Air-Balloon Launch.
Each year, thousands of campers, hikers and outdoor enthusiasts travel from throughout the state to the Metamora-Hadley Recreation Area, located on the west end of Metamora. The park consists of 723 acres with 80-acre Lake Minnewanna in the center. It welcomes campers, hikers, boaters, anglers, hunters, cross-country skiers and others to enjoy a wide variety recreational opportunities throughout the year.
Metamora is a Native-American name meaning "among the hills". Metamora is also, the name of an American Indian hero, son of Massosoit, a play popular in the east in the 1840s.