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New Construction Homes In Oakland Township, MI

Oakland Township is a 36 square mile community located in the northeastern portion of Oakland County and boasts rural appeal while still remaining close to the great shopping, dining and entertainment options of metro Detroit.  Some of its neighbors include communities like Auburn Hills which is home to the 185 store outlet center - The Great Lakes Crossing - and Rochester which is where Oakland University sits on its 1,500 acre campus.  Rochester is also where the Oakland Township government building is located. Oakland Township has a rich history dating back to before Michigan was a state and has such features as Paint Creek Cider Mill which is one of the only cider mills open year-round.  Oakland Township is a very desirable place to call home and raise a family.

 

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Population:

The population for Oakland Township is approximately 13,000 residents with a median age of about 38 years.

The students in Oakland Township is served by three school districts: Rochester Community Schools, Lake Orion Community Schools, and Romeo Community Schools.  All-in-all, there are:

• 24 Elementary Schools
• 9 Middle Schools
• 5 High Schools

New Homes:

New home building in Oakland Township is booming.  It’s becoming a luxurious place to call home with the construction of multi-million dollar homes with over 4,000 square feet.  If that’s a little too big for you and you’re looking for a colonial-style home closer to 2,000 square feet then you’ll find that there are some beautiful and charming options to choose from.

If you’re wondering if a newly constructed home is the right option for you, here are a few things to consider:

• If you like uniqueness, new homes sometimes lack the architectural detail and charm found in older homes.
• 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.
• The work is done in a newly-built home.  You won’t have to worry about fixing anything or having to hire someone to redo the bathroom or kitchen.
• New homes are 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.  The average new home is 17% more energy efficient than homes built just a few years ago.

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