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New Construction Homes In Fowlerville, MI

Fowlerville, Michigan, is a small community nestled about halfway between Brighton and Lansing.  This charming community holds some great events throughout the year such as Christmas in the Village, Fowlerville Fair and Easy Riders which is an annual motorcycle rodeo.  The village of Fowlerville is about 2.8 square miles and home to about 2,900 residents with a median age of about 35 years.  The ratio between men and women is 44% and 56% respectively.  For the students who live in Fowlerville, they will attend the Fowlerville Community Schools which educates their students at its two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school.

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Located in Livingston County, there’s a lot that the area has to offer.  To the northwest is East Lansing which is home to Michigan State University and about an hour to the southeast is Detroit.  Whether you’re going to Detroit or one of the many suburbs, you’ll be within a decent distance from all the great things that metro Detroit has to offer.  If you’re a skier, you’ll love carving down Mt. Brighton in the city of Brighton.  You’ll also be within a half-hour of Kensington Metropark and Island State Recreation Area which has beaches, boating, hiking and biking trails, picnic shelters and playgrounds.

New Homes:

There currently aren’t any newly-constructed homes located in the Fowlerville area but definitely check back for updates.  If you’re interested in purchasing a newly-built home, there are options in the vicinity worth seeking out.

If you’re considering looking for a newly-constructed home, here are a few things to consider:
Newly constructed homes will generally cost more simply because they’re newer.  This means that they may take more time to appreciate before you can sell it as an investment.
• If you like uniqueness, new homes generally lack the architectural detail and charm found in older homes.
• The trend for new homes tends to be a little bigger house with smaller yard meaning you may be close to your neighbor.
• If you’re purchasing one of the first new homes in a growing neighborhood, you may have to put up with construction as the houses are being built around you.  Construction workers sometimes get their machines up and running around 7 a.m.

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