Loch Alpine isn't just a neighborhood. It's a retreat. 
Nestled conveniently and beautifully between bustling city of Ann Arbor and the quaint village of Dexter, Loch Alpine encompasses more than 400 distinct homes among 600 acres of rolling hills, trees, and well-tended landscapes. 
Those of us who live in Loch Alpine love it. We appreciate the two lakes (Bridgeway and Greenoak); the swift moving Boyden Creek (which feeds into the Huron River); the park (complete with a ball field and playground for the kids); the open space (made possible, in large part, by the historical 18-hole golf course in the heart of the community); the social life and activities (including our spectacular annual fireworks display during the Independence Day Holiday); the friendly, helpful neighbors; and so much more. 
With classic Mid-Century Modern homes from as early as 1956, to more contemporary Tudors and Colonials from later decades, Loch Alpine reflects a variety of architectural styles and periods. The community resides in both Webster Township (to the north) and Scio Township (to the south) and is accessible via Huron River Drive, Joy Road, and North Delhi Road. 
Enjoy browsing the website to learn more about our community and happenings. If you'd like more of a historical perspective, then please click The Early Days of Loch Alpine (PDF), as told by Joe Clayton. It tells the story of our neighborhood and the Ann Arbor Country Club up until 2003, when the Club celebrated its 40th Anniversary. 
For an interesting look at how the residential developer in the 1950s promoted Loch Alpine, click here.