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8697 Riley Street
Zeeland, MI, 49464
United States

(616) 748-8470

We are proud to introduce you to our community.  We are committed to providing our residents pleasant surroundings within a well governed, well maintained, peaceful and attractive community that all residents can be proud to be a part of. We are also committed to being a model manufactured housing community.

Amenities

Amenities

Our community provides a strong suite of amenities to provide an exciting and engaging lifestyle.  At Logan Estates our amenities include:

  • Swimming Pool

  • Playground

  • Basketball Court

  • Club House

  • Exercise Room

  • RV Storage

  • Tennis Court

 

Along with the above amenities we have a spring and fall yard sale and we offer a yard clean up week end.

We are a pet friendly community. 

Pets must be registered with management rior to admittance to the community.   Residents may have two (2) registered “domesticated” pets per household with management approval (i.e. 1 dog & 1 cat or 2 cats or 2 dogs).  The charge for one (1) dog is $15 per month.  A (2nd) dog is allowed at an additional cost of $20 per month. Cats are allowed at no charge.  Any pet that is in the community as a “guest” must also abide by following all guidelines, pets that are in the community for more than (2) weeks will no longer be considered a “guest” and must be registered with management.

Noisy, unruly or potentially dangerous dogs will not be permitted in the Community.  Dogs deemed potentially dangerous by the Community include all pure breds or mixes of the following:  Pit-bulls, Rottweilers, German Shepherds, Huskies, Alaskan Malamutes, Wolf/Dog Hybrids, Doberman Pinschers, Chow Chows, Presa Canarios, Boxers, and Dalmations.  Any pure bred or mixed breed dog that has bitten or attached a human or other animal without being provoked shall also be considered potentially dangerous and not allowed within the community.  At managements request the resident will show proof from a veterinarian of the dog’s breed.