Sheffield Village & Estates of Wellington

Monroe, Michigan


Sheffield Village & Estates of Wellington make up a family-friendly community conveniently located close to Custer Elementary School and just minutes from Historic Downtown Monroe nestled right on the River Raisin.

Sheffield Village has always been a great place for all walks of life. It’s common to see kids playing, folks walking their dogs, or neighbors discussing the latest things happening in the community. It’s a great place to raise a family, and with it only being minutes away from I-75, it’s the perfect spot for quick access to Detroit, Ann Arbor and Toledo. While there are certainly great amenities nearby, our neighborhood is carefully placed to provide our residents a little slice of serenity separation from the hustle and bustle, surrounded by trees and open fields. Make no mistake about it, this “city” neighborhood has a homey country feel.

There are still a few vacant lots that are ready for construction of new custom homes. All building sites are conveniently located in a private setting off of S. Dixie Highway. Check us out for yourself - We’re located about a quarter mile past Albain Rd. going south.


Small town Michigan with a bright future



Video courtesy of The City of Monroe



Monroe County: A place for your family to live & play

Ever taken a stroll through one of Monroe’s 38 parks? Or sunk a hole in one at one of our 40+ golf courses (Monroe County is #1 in the state for golf courses per capita). Or maybe you’re a foodie. Grab the 13-8-on-9 at Erie Bread Co. or a craft crew on draft at Northside Bar & Grille. We know how to have fun in Monroe. Oh, and did we mention that our downtown sits on a river? Or that within a few minutes drive, we can be sprawled out on a boat on one of Michigan’s Great Lakes?

Some of the top schools in the state of Michigan

Monroe County boasts some of the best public and private schools in the state with 10 school districts each with their own unique benefits. We’re also home to Monroe Community College which offers highly specialized programs to start your career. Many successful leaders and professionals began their journey at MCCC which later took them to the likes of University of Michigan and beyond.



Close to three of the Midwest’s best cities

Perhaps the best feature of Monroe is the small town feel with less than 40 minutes to big city life. Head up to Comerica Park in Detroit to catch a Tigers game after work, or down to Toledo for a nice dinner on the docks. And we don’t have to tell you how great Ann Arbor is, you’ve likely already read about it.

The best part? You get to avoid the every day hustle and bustle by coming home to Monroe after a night out.