Pleasant Lake waterfront homes are different than many other West Bloomfield lakes. There are no mega mansions or luxury estates on this lake because it isn't a big or an all sports lake. (it also is not West Bloomfield schools) It is just a really big pond.
There are some of the old small 700 square foot ranches that were built back in the 1920's as cottages. Now they are year round homes. Then there are bigger 2000 built colonials some as large as 3700 square feet.
Pleasant Lake home styles are ranches, cape cods, colonials, and split levels. Most of the homes on the lake are on Leytonstone Blvd. The big and the small homes, the old and the new lakefront homes are mixed and right next to each other. It is not a typical West Bloomfield neighborhood at all. So if you are looking for a neighborhood that is full of big homes that all look alike this lake isn't going to be it.
There are no homes on acreage here that I know of. Most Pleasant Lake properties have between 77' and 140' of lake frontage.
Yes there are Pleasant Lake access homes.
Between January & October 25, 2012 here's what sold on the lake.
|ADDRESS||LIST PRICE||SALE PRICE||DOM||SP PER SQFT||SQ FT||YEAR BUILT||SHORT SALE|
|6638 LEYTONSTONE BLVD||995||950||15||1.0614||895||1952||N|
|6290 LONG AVE||2400||2400||20||0.9592||2502||1994||N|
|6495 BROCKHURST BLVD||95000||95000||228||52.7777||1800||1925||N|
|6801 LONG AVE||202000||193000||196||99.4332||1941||1991||N|
Here are homes on the lake that have sold between 01/01/2006 and 11/15/2011.
|ADDRESS||CLOSED DATE||LIST PRICE||SALE PRICE||SP PER SQFT||SQ FT||BEDS||BATHS|
|6606 LEYTONSTONE BLVD||6/1/08||1200||1200||1256||2||2.1|
|6606 LEYTONSTONE BLVD||10/20/10||150,000||150,000||119.4||1256||2||2.1|
|6580 LEYTONSTONE BLVD||9/25/08||279,847||267,500||132.4||2021||4||2|
|6522 LEYTONSTONE BLVD||10/29/10||279,000||270,000||171.3||1576||3||2.1|
|6834 LEYTONSTONE BLVD||8/1/07||330,000||330,000||157.1||2100||3||2.2|
|6920 LEYTONSTONE BLVD||7/8/11||289,000||351,000||141.7||2477||3||2.2|
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Pleasant Lake is located in West Bloomfield Township Oakland County MI. It is south of Walnut Lake Rd, east of Halstead Rd and west of Drake Rd .
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So many little factors about the lake property determine the price of the lake home. When you buy or sell a lake property factors like property size, amount of parking, where the home sits (faces) does make a difference to the current or future home buyers. Lake home owners have parties. They have friends, and families over on the weekends. They may need parking for 5 or 6 cars. Do you have the parking space for your friends? Or is there some public parking for you.
The larger the lot the pricier the lake home may be. Acreage on the lake is rare in Southeastern Michigan. A lake home that is private is a rare commodity. Most Southeastern Michigan lake properties are close together. Many lake homes are on lots that range from 35' to 80' in size. So you are going to see your neighbors in most cases. Simply because you do not want to obstruct your lake views with trees and bushes. Besides it would become a battle with your neighbors. You do not want to put in a tree that will obstruct your neighbors view. That is one way of creating an enemy fast.
So what is the best side of the lake? Some people believe another plus for any property is to have a sunset view. Everybody loves to see the sun set over the lake. I cannot put a dollar amount on what it is worth, but it does add a little value to the home. Some home buyers start out trying to buy a sunset view home.
The last question is do you have the space to add on if that is what you want to do? Again this is up to you the buyer to go to the local community's building department to find out the restrictions. There are many rules and regulations when building on a lake. There is a line of site regulation in some communities. What I mean by that ....is you cannot build or add on towards the lake if you obstruct your neighbors view.
If you are selling your Southeastern Michigan lake home be sure to share that information of all the little bonuses you have. The extra parking, the sunset view, the extra space to add on a garage all makes as difference to potential home buyers. So tell them about it.
Russ Ravary your West Bloomfield Lakefront real estate specialist
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