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New Construction For Sale in the 48154 Zip Code

If you’re looking for a suburban lifestyle that still provides you with amazing entertainment, dining and shopping options then you’ll want to check out the 48154 zip code of Livonia, Michigan.  Located just north of the I-96 Freeway, north of Livonia's 48150 zip code and just south of Farmington, you’ll find this area to be a thriving community that’s family-friendly and perfect for settling down.  While close to many of the area’s freeways, you won’t feel crowded in when you live in the 48154 zip code.

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Livonia is also home to the zip codes: 48150, 48151, 48152 and 48153.

When it comes to shopping and dining, you’ll find it all in-and-around the 48154 zip code.  From small, boutique stores in the Laurel Park Mall to the big box stores found along Haggerty Road and down Plymouth Road, you’ll be able to get everything from the essentials, to electronics and clothing and more.  If you want to check out a new restaurant, there are plenty along Haggerty Road in the 48152 zip code and lots of independently-owned establishments all throughout the community.  Whether you’re in the mood for pizza, seafood or something more familiar and fast, you’ll always have plenty of options.


The students in the 48154 zip code attend Livonia Public Schools which also encompasses a small portion of nearby Westland.

There are:
• 13 K-4 Elementary Schools
• 3 Upper (5-6) Elementary Schools
• 3 Middle Schools
• 3 High Schools

New  Homes:

If you’re looking to purchase a newly-constructed home, you’ll find a few options in the 48154 zip code of Livonia.  You’ll find charming colonials under 2,000 square feet that’s perfect for the growing family seeking out a backyard for the kids to play in and the safety of a neighborhood with parks and playgrounds.

Before purchasing a newly-constructed home, here are a few things worth considering:

• Less Maintenance - Since everything has been newly constructed, you’ll have less to worry about such as roof leakage, mold or pre-homeowner’s desire to fix something themselves instead of paying a professional.
• Investment – One of the downsides is you may not see as big a growth in the investment side for quite a while because the house is new and considered a premium.  The good news is, when you do sell, you’ll have a newer house as opposed to one that was built in the 1970’s.

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