New Construction Homes In Ortonville, MI
Ortonville, Michigan, is a village located in Brandon Township situated north of Holly and just west of Oxford Township. Ortonville has a lot of history in the metro Detroit area dating back to over 150 years ago when a grist mill operator named Amos Orton helped people settle in the area. That grist mill still exists today and people are still flocking to Ortonville. It’s a great spot when you want to experience the joys of nature while still being close enough to suburban areas to enjoy shopping, dining and entertainment options. Ortonville is a small place to live but it’s a great place to call home and to raise a family. It may be a just a village but there are great shops and events that are situated on Main Street and you’ll be in close proximity to parks, lakes and culture within the nearby communities. When looking for your next home, definitely see what Ortonville has to offer.
Ortonville State Recreation Area:
5,400 acres of wooded area makes the Ortonville State Recreation Area a great spot for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. You’ll be able to swim and paddle at the lake, have a picnic at one of the shelters and let the kids play on the playground equipment.
There are only about 1,500 residents who live in Ortonville with a median age of 37.5 years.
Ortonville students will be included within the Brandon Schools which also encompasses Brandon Township, Groveland Township, Hadley Township and a very miniscule amount of students from Clarkston and Oxford.
• 2 Elementary Schools (K-3)
• 1 Intermediate School (4-6)
• 1 Middle School (7-8)
• 1 High School (9-12)
There currently aren’t any newly constructed homes in Ortonville but definitely keep checking back for updates and new home construction.
If you are thinking about purchasing a newly-constructed here are a few good/bad things to consider when searching:
•New homes generally cost more simply because they’re newer; they may also 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.
• Not just the house is new but so is the landscape. Trees and bushes will be small at first and not provide very much cover for many years, even a decade. They may also require consistent maintenance to ensure they grow properly.
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