Power-electronics inverters are expected to satisfy a significant fraction of system load in next-generation power networks with the growing integration of renewable resources and flexible loads. Typical dynamical models for grid-Tied inverters are nonlinear and composed of a large number of states; therefore it is impractical to study systems with many inverters when their full dynamics are retained. In our previous work, we have shown that a system of parallel-connected grid-Tied three-phase inverters can be modeled as one aggregated inverter unit with the same structure and state-space dimension as any individual inverter in the system. Here, we extend this result to networks with arbitrary topologies by leveraging a classical aggregation method for coherent synchronous generators in transmission networks, and a linear approximation of the AC power-flow equations to ease computational burden. Numerical simulation results for a prototypical distribution feeder demonstrate the accuracy and computational benefits of the approach.