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New Construction Homes In Livonia, MI

Livonia is one of the most vibrant suburbs of Detroit.  They are constantly revitalizing the area from adding new stores to upgrading existing areas.  You’ll have lots of great dining options as well as shopping opportunities both within the city and in nearby Novi.  With I-96, I-696 and I-275 all close by, you’ll be able to make your way throughout Livonia and metro Detroit with ease.  If you’re looking for a city to raise your children in then you’ll be happy to know that Livonia has lots of parks with playground equipment, sidewalks within many of the neighborhoods and the great schools within the Livonia School District.

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Haggerty Road:

  • AMC Livonia 20 Movie Theater – This 20 screen theater has the latest features and boasts an IMAX screen and bar in their lobby.
  • Target, Costco and Meijer – 3 great spots amongst many other shops make everything from getting groceries to buying some new clothes and home essentials convenient.
  • Restaurants – Whether you’re in the mood for seafood, Brazilian buffet, pizza or traditional American, you’ll find lots of options on Haggerty Road.

Laurel Park Mall:

This mall features department stores and over 70 specialty shops.  They also host many local events within the sprawling complex.

Greenmead Historic Park:

This historic 95 acre farm site has a historical village, facilities and recreational areas for picnics or special events.

Population:

• Population: Approximately 97,000
• Median age is 44.5

New Homes:

Currently there are no new homes being constructed but check back for updates for the Livonia, Michigan, area.

Newly-Constructed Homes – Good and Bad:

• Good - The work is done.  Don’t worry about fixing anything or having to hire someone to redo the bathroom or kitchen.
• Good - Usually more energy efficient and pre-wired for Internet and cable.  This will save you money right off the bat versus buying a house built just a decade ago.
• Bad – They will cost more simply because they’re newer and may take more time before you can sell it as an investment.
• Bad – If you like uniqueness, new homes generally lack the architectural detail and charm found in older homes.
• Bad – Not a “lot”.  It’s a play on words there but you’ll generally find new homes constructed on much smaller lots than older homes.

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