Our Foxcroft Philosophy

We enjoy to keep the character of our neighborhood very close to the original character desgined by Dr. CH Gracey, who developed the subdivision in the early 1930's.  He vision was to create a subdivision that allows neighbors to easily enjoy a stroll through the park or walk through the streets of the subdivision without worrying about car traffic causing safety issues.

Our Parks

Windmill Park

Located along the east side of the subdivision along telegraph road, allows for over 4 acres of green space.

Gracey Park

Located in the middle of the subdivision between West & East Surrey, allowing for 3 acres of green space.

Foxcroft Park

Located at the main entrance into Foxcroft off Maple Road, allowing for 4 acres of green space.

About Foxcroft

AN Address of distinction in bloomfield hills, michigan

We are an exclusive collection

Our neighborhood is made up of 215 homes that are very distinct in style and character.  That is one of the great elements of Foxcroft that no one home is alike each other, yet they are all in character of the historic cape cod style homes.  The green space and parks are also very unique in this day and age to have this much land for community use without substantial dues.

Our Foxcroft Committees

Building Chairman

Michael Graham

Erin and Joe Berish​

Traffic & Safety

Civic Improvement

Don Thomas - director
Women's Club

Jane Barton - director
Post Lantern

Mike Barr - director


Erin and Joe Berish

Hospitality ​​
Delores Atto


Jeffrey Felch

Our Foxcroft Board Members


Sid Kahan
Executive Vice President

Delores Atto 

Joe Lampertius

Vice President, Maintenance

Bob Zafarana

Vice President, Social

Quent Potter

Recording Secretary

Charlie Spicer
Corresponding Secretary

Bob Cloutier


Don Thomas, Mike Barr, Jane Barton, Christopher Topham