City of Corunna Partners with Century 21 Looking Glass on New Housing Development
New Houses Coming to Cavalier Country
Posted by Corunna Now at 6:30pm 6/19/18
The City of Corunna has approved a listing agreement with Shannon Howansky and Century 21 Looking Glass Owosso to represent 14 new residential lots planned along the new expanded John St, located off of Shiawassee St in the city’s south side. The City of Corunna has been proactive in preparing the site for potential development, including building the new road and extending water and sewer lines.
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“This initiative was part of a larger infrastructure improvement project needed by the city, and we identified this as an opportunity to also address the area’s need for new housing with this property being an ideal location for new development,” said City Manager Joe Sawyer. “We’re excited to be working with Shannon and Century 21 Looking Glass to get high quality homes under construction this summer.”
This charming new subdivision features a park like setting with tree lined lots, retention pond, and public utilities. New homes starting in the mid-180s to low-220s. With 14 home sites to choose from, some lots featuring walk out or day light basements over-looking a pond or a wooded yard. As the exclusive list agent Shannon Howansky, Realtor Century 21 Looking Glass Owosso, has extensive experience partnering with local builders to provide additional housing options to buyers in the Mid-Michigan area.
"We are excited about moving forward with this brand new subdivision. Pre-existing home inventory is low and this is another fantastic option for buyers who have become frustrated with the standard real estate search; with new home prices starting in the 180s we offer affordable, obtainable housing in the highly desirable Corunna school district without the traditional requirement of a construction loan. Anyone interested in building in this development should call me immediately as home sites are limited,” said listing agent Shannon Howansky.
“One of the biggest challenges to further economic development in Shiawassee County is our lack of housing. We commend the City of Corunna and Century 21 Looking Glass for their proactive efforts in making this development possible,” said Justin Horvath, President/CEO of Shiawassee Economic Development Partnership.
For more information about pricing and floor plans available for this subdivision you can reach Shannon Howansky, List Agent at 517-715-3667.
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