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New Construction Homes In Birmingham, MI

Birmingham, Michigan, may only be 4.77 square miles but this luxurious little city has a lot to offer for those seeking high end retail shops, fine dining or trendy places to enjoy a cocktail after work. When you live in a community like Birmingham, you can easily walk from your home to many amazing restaurants and hotspots in the downtown Birmingham area.  It’s a very pedestrian-friendly place and an elegant metro Detroit suburb to raise your family.

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In Birmingham:

• Downtown Birmingham – With over 300 shops in this prosperous area, you’ll find everything from boutique shops for clothing and collectibles to art galleries, businesses, the Birmingham Library, 2 movie theaters, parks and even a weekly farmers market running from May to October.

• Townsend Hotel – This luxury hotel boasts European elegance and excellence.  Host a major event like a wedding on the premises or meet the girls on a Sunday for Afternoon Tea.

• Birmingham Carriage Ride – When the holiday lights don the downtown lampposts and the city is aglow with winter spirit, hop onto a horse-drawn carriage and enjoy a ride through town.

Population:

• Population:  Approximately 20,400
• Median age is 41

Newly-Constructed Homes in Birmingham:

There are currently no new listings of new construction homes in Birmingham, Michigan, but check back frequently for updates or take a look at the new homes available in nearby Troy or Royal Oak.

The Good and Bad of Buying a Newly-Built Home:

• Good – Less maintenance.  Since everything has been newly constructed, you’ll have less to worry about such as roof leakage, mold or pre-homeowner’s desire to fix something themselves instead of paying a professional.
• Bad/Good – Although not really that bad, one of the downsides is you may not see as big a growth in the investment side for quite a while because the house is new and considered a premium.  The good news is, when you do sell, you’ll have a newer house as opposed to one that was built in the 1970’s.
• Bad – If it’s a new neighborhood and you're one of the first buyers you may have lots of construction traffic going through building up the homes around you.  Workers sometimes start up their machines at 7 a.m.

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