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New Construction Homes In Milford, MI

When it comes to historic charm and a small yet thriving downtown area with parks, playground equipment and great restaurant choices, Milford is the place to be.  There are some great new homes and neighborhoods available in Milford that are worth checking out.  Its proximity to Kensington Metropark makes it an ideal place to live for the outdoor enthusiast and the growing community, parks and school system makes it perfect for the young family looking to put down roots.

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Downtown Milford:

The historic look and feel of Downtown Milford holds its charm in the nearby homes, family-owned shops and independent restaurants.  It’s a classic Main Street with appeal for all ages.  There are weekly farmers markets as well as the annual Milford Memories that brings people in from all over.

Kensington Metropark:

With its 4,481 acres of land surrounding Kent Lake, you’ll have access to everything from a waterpark to horseback riding and more.  You can take a stroll around the lake on paved terrain, have a picnic with the family, fish, play disc golf and so much more.  In the wintertime you’ll be able to ice skate, cross-country ski and ice fish.

Population:

Population:  Approximately 6,300
Median Age: 41 years

Newly-Constructed Communities:

There currently aren’t any new communities being constructed in Milford but check back for updated locations as they come in.

Newly-Constructed Homes – Good or Bad?:

• What’s the market like?  A few years ago new homes were competing against a glut of foreclosures so the selling price may have gone down to be competitive as well.  What types of used homes are available in the area versus newly constructed homes?
• Warranties – A new home may be under the builder’s warranty.  Sometimes this can cover the home for 1 or 5 or even 10-20 years.
• Unprofessional Work – One of the benefits of a newly constructed home is that you know who the builder was.  A used house may have had work done by the current or prior resident to save money and therefore may not be up to code or may not even be good work in general.  You may actually save money in the long run by buying a new house that’s a little more money.

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