STILLWATER

ALLEN EDWIN HOMES
Bedrooms Bedrooms 3+
Baths Baths 2+
Garages Garages 2-CAR
Square Feet Sq.Ft. 1400+

ALLEN EDWIN’S TAKE

Stillwater is an established community in the highly sought after Davison School District. This spacious cul-de-sac community appeals to a diverse audience, from those seeking a safe suburban lifestyle in an excellent school district, to the active professionals. This community has plenty of green space nearby including the Mt. Holly Ski and Snowboard Resort and the Genesee Recreation Area which has public access to its beaches on CS Mott Lake, a carousel, and walking paths. Stillwater residents can take in a round of golf at of the Brookwood Golf Course and Davison Country Club just a stone’s throw away. For those seeking the variety and excitement of a larger city, Detroit is located an hour away and Lansing can be reached in a little less than an hour.

Allen Edwin Homes offers a number of floor plans at each neighborhood; connect with us for the specific plans offered in this neighborhood!

OUR TAKE

We love Allen Edwin Homes; the design, the energy efficiency, and the aesthetic of their homes – they really are eye-catching.  While they have a massive presence on the west side of the state, they are mostly in distant suburbs in Metro Detroit.  However, if you do find yourself in an area where Allen Edwin is building, give them a look for sure – you’ll thank us.

If you’re working with a Realtor who knows new construction, have them reach out to Allen Edwin Homes directly.  If you aren’t working with a good new construction buyer’s agent, you should be – let’s chatwe are with you at each step in the process, and beyond!

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