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The 48153 zip code of Livonia, Michigan, is considered a P Classification zip code meaning that it is a P.O. Box. This means that it doesn’t have a population or square miles of land and is located within the Livonia Post Office in the 48150 zip code of Livonia.  Although it may just be a P.O. Box, Livonia is a great place to check out whether you’re looking for a newly-built home.

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If you’re looking for entertainment and dining options, Livonia is a great spot.  There’s Joey’s Comedy Club where you can catch one of the hottest comedic headliners of the day or head to the AMC Livonia 20 which features an IMAX screen.  For the outdoorsy person, you'll have both Bicentennial Park and Greenmead Historic Park.  Whether you want to dine at a chain restaurant or one that’s independently owned and operated, Livonia has many great choices for dining.


Along with 48153, Livonia’s zip codes include:  48150, 48151 (also a P.O. Box zip code), 48152 and 48154.


Although the 48153 zip code technically has a population of zero, there are approximately 97,000 residents within Livonia.

For the students living in Livonia, they will attend the Livonia Public Schools which also provides an education to a part of nearby Westland.

The Livonia Public Schools have:
• 13 K-4 Elementary Schools
• 3 Upper (5-6) Elementary Schools
• 3 Middle Schools
• 3 High Schools

New Homes:

Livonia has been a major suburb of Detroit for decades.  Even though the neighborhoods vary greatly in age there is still room for newly-constructed homes.  There are charming colonials varying in sizes being constructed so you’ll have your choice to best accommodate your family size and ideal home-style.  Before purchasing a newly-constructed house, here are a few good and bad things worth considering:

• Good - The work is done, and it’s all new!  Don’t worry about fixing anything or having to hire someone to redo the bathroom or kitchen.
• Good - Usually more energy efficient.  This will save you money on your bills versus buying a house built just a decade ago with older appliances, wiring and older windows.
• Bad – If you like uniqueness, new homes generally lack the architectural detail and charm found in older homes.
• Bad – The landscape is new so trees and bushes will take years or decades to mature and help shade.

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