Waterfront Homes for Sale in Livingston County, MI

Waterfront Homes for Sale in Livingston County, MI

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Livingston County, Michigan, stretches across nearly 586 total square miles of south-central Michigan, only about 17 square miles is water that rests in, or flows through, the county's borders. That doesn't leave a whole lot of space available for waterfront real estate property, however it also doesn't mean that it is completely bereft of this highly desirable residential setting.

Many of the waterfront homes for sale in Livingston County are set among the picturesque, aqua-recreational paradise known as the Huron River Chain of Lakes, the closest town to which is the charming village of Pinckney. Located in the southeastern section of the county, Pinckney is home to 2,427 residents, according to the informational website, Sperling's Best Places. The town also offers close proximity to the 11,000-acre, multi-purpose Pinckney State Recreational Area.

There is also a polka-dot-pattern of relatively small lakes encircling the small Livingston County city of Brighton. This city of about 7,444 enjoys close proximity to an outdoor playground of its own. The Brighton State Recreation Area blankets nearly 5,000 acres just a few blocks west of the city's borders, and offers about 40 miles of biking, skiing and hiking trails, as well as three campgrounds containing more than 200 campsites.

Encompassing waterfront homes for sale in Livingston County, as well as all of the others lying within its friendly confines, information gleaned from the aforementioned Sperling's Best Places tells us that in 2012, its median home cost was about $151,400. The county recorded an average home appreciation value over the last year of nearly 3 percent, and its 180,967 residents have seen a 15.3 percent population boom since 2000.

Although the vast majority of it is rural, sparsely populated countryside, Livingston County resides conveniently close to some of the state's largest metropolitan areas, including Detroit (about 60 miles to the southeast), Ann Arbor (about 30 miles to the south), Flint (about 40 miles to the northeast) and Lansing (about 42 miles to the west).

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