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New Construction Homes In Brownstown, MI

Located south of Detroit in what’s known as “Downriver” is the community of Brownstown Township, Michigan.  This area consists of 30 square miles and is a great place to check out when you’re looking for your next home.  While there aren’t any major parks inside the township, just to the southwest you’ll find such beautiful and scenic places to spend the day like Oakwood Metropark and Willow Metropark.  Both have trails for hiking and biking, fishing, paddling and picnic areas to enjoy a lunch.  Willow Metropark also has a sledding hill, swimming pool  as well as an awesome skatepark.

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There are approximately 23,000 residents in Brownstown with a median age of 33 years.  For the students in Brownstown, they attend the Woodhaven-Brownstown School District which obviously shares the district with Woodhaven.

There are:
• 5 Elementary Schools
• 2 Middle Schools
• 1 High School

New Homes:

Bonks Bay – Looking for that gorgeous 5 bedroom home for the growing family?  Bonks Bay is the place worth checking out.  Beautiful colonials are being constructed so definitely see what’s available before it’s too late.

Bridgewater – From 1,200-2,200 square feet, these homes offer a lot of amenities for the buyer seeking a 2-bedroom, 2-bath place to call home.  As a resident, you’ll have access to the indoor/outdoor pool, tennis courts, trails, fishing piers and more!

When deciding whether or not to purchase a newly constructed home there are few things to consider:
• If you like uniqueness, new homes generally lack the architectural detail and charm found in older homes.
• 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.
• New homes often include fire-safety features that may not be in properties built years ago.
• Not just the house is new but so is the landscape.  Things like trees and bushes will be small and not provide very much cover for many years, even a decade.
• The trend for new homes tends to be a little bigger house with a smaller yard.  This means that you might be close to your neighbors.

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