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New Construction Homes In Macomb, MI

The metro Detroit suburb of Macomb Township is located just east of Rochester and north of Detroit.  Its 36 square miles, has a growing population of over 80,000 residents and is becoming an increasingly desirable place to call home.  To the north in Ray, Michigan, is Willcott Mill Metropark which offers amazing features for both the young and old.  You can watch a working farm, head to the historic Willcott Mill which was built in the 1840’s, play eighteen holes on the golf course or talk a stroll on 10 miles of trails that lead along the Clinton River.

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Things to Do in Macomb:

• Suburban Ice – Open ice skating is a great way to spend the day with the family and drop-in hockey allows the athlete to test their skills against other players on the ice.
• Macomb Recreation Center – This 57,000 square foot facility offers everything from swimming and gymnastics to a fitness center and teen game rooms.

Population:

The population of Macomb hovers around 50,000 residents with a median age of about 34 years.  For the students living in Macomb, they’ll attend the Chippewa Valley Schools which is the 8th largest school district in the state and encompasses Clinton Township and Macomb Township.

There are:
• 12 Elementary Schools
• 4 Middle Schools
• 4 High Schools

New Homes:

If you’re seeking to purchase a newly-constructed home in Macomb, you’ll have your pick out of dozens of newly-built properties.  Whether you’re looking for a condo or colonial, need 1,400 square feet or 3,200, you’ll be able to find it all in Macomb.

When it comes to deciding if you want to purchase a newly constructed home versus an older home, here are a few things to consider:

• They will cost more simply because they’re newer and may take more time to appreciate before you can sell it as an investment.
• Since everything has been newly constructed, you’ll have less to worry about such as roof leakage, mold or unprofessional work done by the previous owners.
• If you like uniqueness, new homes generally lack the architectural detail and charm found in older homes.
• Newly-constructed homes are usually more energy efficient which will save you money on heating and air conditioning bills versus buying a house built just a decade ago with older appliances. New homes are actually about 17% more efficient than just a few years ago.

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