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New Homes In Washington Township, MI

Washington Township, Michigan, is located just east of Oakland Township and northeast of Rochester.  Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or you appreciate a good meal and some great shopping options, or both, then you’ll love what Washington Township has to offer.  You’ll have parks, trails and lakes for those fun summer weekends and you’ll be close to Rochester which features an amazing downtown area with over 300 stores to check out.   The great thing about living in Washington Township is that you’ll be far enough away from the city to enjoy nature and space but close enough to it all when you want the culture and entertainment that metro Detroit has to offer.  Washington Township includes parts of Stony Creek Metropark which has a nature center, biking and hiking trails, fishing and more which make for a great day outdoors.  If you’re looking for a great little spot to call home, Washington Township is an ideal place to start your search.




The population of Washington Township is over 24,000 residents with the median age of 37 years.  For students living in Washington Township, they will attend either the Romeo Community Schools or the Utica Community Schools.

The two districted have:

• 30 Elementary Schools
• 9 Middle Schools
• 5 High Schools

New Homes:

If you’re looking to live in a relaxing atmosphere in an established and beautiful neighborhood then check out Glacier Club.  These newly-built homes feature floor plans up to 2,000 square feet and are nestled around the Glacier Golf Course.

If you are in the market for a newly constructed home, here are a few things to consider when deciding if this is the right move for you:

• One of the downsides to a newly-built home is that you may not see as big a growth in the investment side for quite a while because the house is new and sold at 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 so it will be more desirable.
• Also, the work is done.  Don’t worry about spending extra time and money on fixing anything or having to hire someone to redo the bathroom or kitchen.
• A new home may be under the builder’s warranty which can range from 1 to 20 years.
• New homes generally lack the architectural detail and charm found in older more historic homes.


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