Novi Real Estate sold in Gateway Village December 2012
41645 Tera Lane Novi MI 48375 condo sold for 134,900
This property features:
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2.5 Bathrooms
- 1248 Square feet
- End Unit Condo
- Built in 2003
This condo was on the market for $137,000 for 46 days and sold at $134,900 and is located here:
Gateway Village of Novi premium end unit near the back of the complex. This unit features gleaming hardwood floors on the main level in the great room, dining room and kitchen. Kitchen with Granite Counter tops and upgraded Maple Cabinets/appliances. Gateway Village Condominium Units also have a second bedroom suite with private bath on ground level, perfect for guests or home office. Both bedrooms have walk-in closets. And each unit has an attached garage. All Appliances included.
Michael Perna and The Perna Team keeps a close eye on Gateway Village condo sales and real estate trends. In 2014 they're on track to sell 540 homes and condo's pushing them into the top 15 Real Estate Teams in the United States. With the average team member being in real estate for 13 years we have the experience to deliver the highest in service and quality.
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Built in 2003, this Novi Condominium community is located just north of Grand River and west of Meadowbrook road. Gateway Village is comprised of mostly brick Condominiums, many of which reflect the Ranch and Colonial styles of architecture and feature a Philadelphia-esque brownstone appeal.
Located in southern Oakland County and 25 miles northwest of Detroit, you'll find a variety of gorgeous Novi homes for sale. Novi is a city that encourages active community participation from supporting youth initiatives to protecting environmentally sensitive areas. As well, residents enjoy a range of stable job opportunities and high quality educational opportunities.
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