Northville Twp., MI 48168
Brookstone Village Neighborhood Guide for Northville, MI
If you’re looking for the kind of quiet community that is truly idyllic for raising a family or enjoying some true peace and quiet when the workday is over, then you should consider checking out the Brookstone Village community in Northville.
Located just south of 6 Mile Road and west of Haggerty, this community features single-family homes that were mostly built between 1996 and 1998. A great feature about these homes is that many of them have been renovated over the years to reflect modern trends.
These homes, which mostly reflect the Colonial and Cape Cod style of architecture, sit on spacious lots that offer plenty of privacy.
Sound like the kind of community you might want to call home? Continue reading to learn more!
The Homes of Northville’s Brookstone Village
Generally speaking, the homes in this community feature three to four bedrooms and about as many bathrooms. Some of them even have their own basements.
For the most part, these 64 homes in this community tend to come with between 2,600 and 3,400 square feet of living space.
Step inside them and you’ll find such impressive features as:
- Gourmet kitchens
- Crown molding
- First floor laundry rooms
- Paver patios
- Vaulted ceilings
- And so much more!
Meanwhile, this community is served by the high-achieving Northville School District.
And residents will also love that this community is close to a number of shopping and dining venues – not to mention Laurel Park Place Mall. Now that’s convenient!
How Can We Assist You With Your Brookstone Village Home Purchase?
We would love the opportunity to assist you by answering any questions you might have as well as telling you all about the available Brookstone Village home listings here.
We’ll Get Your Northville Home Sold!
Already a home owner in Brookstone Village? Contact us if you’re ready to list your current Brookstone Village home on the Northville, MI real estate market.
We will help you get a great price for your property by first determining its true value!