Homes For Sale in Brighton, Michigan
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We specialize in homes for sale in beautiful Livingston County, including Pinkney, Howell, and Hartland.
If you buy a home in Brighton, Michigan you will realize it’s a perfect combination of historic and modern. A little bit traditional, and somewhat artsy. We love Brighton for its multiple festivals throughout the year, like the Wine, Art, and Music Festival in August. We have listed a few of our favorite places in Brighton below.
This vibrant Brighton Michigan community is located at the intersection of I-96 and US-23. The economy is driven by many small, unique businesses, as well as by auto manufacturers and plastics technology. Plus, a lot of the residents enjoy the small-town feel of Brighton to raise a family, but then commute to the more bustling cities of Detroit, Ann Arbor, or Lansing, which are only a short drive away.
In fact, we don’t just help clients sell and buy homes in Brighton… we’ve lived in Livingston County for decades and we’ve helped dozens of clients navigate their way through finding the perfect home for sale in Livingston County.
If this part of Michigan intrigues you, check out the currently available properties below.
Restaurants, Parks, and Activities in Brighton, Michigan
The city of Brighton is known for being surrounded by nature, including dozens of lakes, natural wetlands, golf courses, and numerous parks. The Brighton State Recreation Area is our favorite escape to nature. The park has nearly 5,000 acres of woods, meadows, and lakes to explore, not to mention miles of trails for hiking, biking or horseback riding. In the winter, we like to head to Mt. Brighton for skiing or snowboarding. The resort has 25 trails and five lifts covering 130 acres.
Brighton prides itself on being a walkable city where you want to stop along the way and enjoy the public art. Brighton’s Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit features 28 sculptures that are a mix of permanent installments and rotating pieces of fine art. Downtown Brighton also has a nice mix of locally owned businesses, boutiques, and fun cafes. One of our favorites is Ciao Amici’s for its delicious traditional Italian food and nice views of Brighton’s Millpond. The Millpond is a tranquil focal point for the city with a footbridge, gazebo and play area for children. Every year, it’s the site for free concerts put on by the local Kiwanis Club, as well as city festivals and events.
In the area surrounding Brighton Michigan, there are a number of natural activities that you can enjoy. In addition to the Brighton State Recreation Area which is very close, there are around 50 lakes nearby, as well as a number of wildlife conservation areas and golf courses. If you love hiking, swimming, fishing, boating, and relaxing in nature, then you will have many options in this area.
Homes For Sale Around Brighton, Michigan
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Brighton is a suburb in Metro Detroit and forms part of the South Lyon-Howell-Brighton Urban Area. But Brighton doesn’t feel “urban”. The city is within minutes from 50 lakes, several recreation areas, and a ski mountain. Brighton Lake is the closest lake to Brighton. There are public beaches and campgrounds to enjoy. The Island Lake State Recreation Area is another one to visit for canoeing, beach volleyball and hiking. 45 minutes to the southeast, you’ll reach the city of Detroit. Ann Arbor is under 30 minutes to the south. In about an hour, you can be on the beaches of Lake Erie. The nearest airport to Brighton is Bishop International Airport, which is about 35 miles away.
Why Work With Pat Lotz to Find Homes For Sale in Brighton, Michigan?
Pat Lotz has a mantra…”When you do what you love, people love what you do!” And Pat has been doing just that for the last two decades. Pat has called Livingston County home for the last 5o years. She’s raised three children here and is now watching her grandchildren grow. She and her husband have experience investing in real estate, and back in 2001, Pat decided it was time to share her love of real estate with others and started on her journey as a realtor.