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New Construction Homes In Waterford, MI

Waterford, Michigan, is a great place to live when you want to be a little ways away from the city.  But with over 70,000 residents, Waterford isn’t some small town, there are over 31 square miles of land making it a sprawling community with plenty of forests, parks and lakes.  There are over 5,000 acres of state and metroparks for the outdoor enthusiast who likes hiking, biking, horseback riding and so much more.   You’ll have access to a lot of areas in metro Detroit being close to M-59, Telegraph Road and I-75 which can get you downtown or on your way up-north relatively quickly.


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• Pontiac Lake State Park – Over 20 miles of trails for walking, hiking, mountain biking and equestrian will make you want to spend lots of time at this 3,745 acre state park.  With its rolling wooded terrain and year-round activities, you can enjoy the sunshine as you ride in the summer and embrace the winter wonderland on a pair of cross country skis in January.

• Indian Springs Metropark – Walk miles of trails and view the native ecosystems of southeast Michigan.  The park is 2,215 acres and features an 18-hole golf course, Environmental Discovery Center with an underwater pond viewing room, picnic areas, trails and more.

Oakland County International Airport:

This county-owned airport is actually the twelfth busiest in the nation.  It has over 120,000 flights each year coming through and is known as a reliever airport for individuals, businesses and industries. 


• Population:  Approximately 72,000
• Median age is 39 years

Newly-Constructed Homes in Waterford:

There are currently no newly constructed homes in Waterford but definitely keep checking back for updates.

Newly-Constructed Homes – Good and Bad:

• Good - The work is done.  Don’t worry about fixing anything or having to hire someone to redo the bathroom or kitchen.
• Good - Usually more energy efficient and pre-wired for Internet and cable.  This will save you money on bills right away versus buying a house built just a decade ago that is less energy efficient.
• Bad – If you like uniqueness, new homes generally lack the architectural detail and charm found in older homes.
• Bad – The trend for new homes tends to be a little bigger house with less yard meaning you’ll be close to your neighbor.

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