Summerhill Village Community Redevelopment in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan Catches the New Wave of Affordable Housing in Covid-19 Era

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Demand for new types of housing has skyrocketed as families, seniors and singles look for affordable single family homes and more space during the pandemic. Four Leaf Properties is redeveloping Summerhill Village into a community offering modern factory-built homes and lifestyle amenities. Grand Opening events are being held on October 2-4th, 2020.

Four Leaf Properties announces the Grand Opening of newly redeveloped Summerhill Village manufactured home community in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. Demand is surging for affordable homes where families, seniors and singles can have a home with four walls of their own – not sharing hallways, spaces and the density of apartment living.

“We’ve seen interest skyrocket for affordable homes in our Summerhill Community fueled by the simple desire for better housing options. People want to get out of apartments or aging stick- built homes,” said Michael Callaghan, Managing Partner of Four Leaf Properties. “We are all spending more time at home and needs have changed. More space, more bedrooms and home features to cook or spread out in a home office are needs driving demand. Safety is also a huge concern with an increasing desire for private home space and large outdoor, open areas to build community bonds. Our offering at Summerhill Village delivers that and super affordability with monthly payments typically lower than apartment living.”

The vision for Summerhill Village is to develop 3 phases of factory-built home-sites with amenities surrounding the newly renovated community center on the hill. Large open space for outdoor play is offered today including a basketball court and playground. The next phase, coming in Spring 2021, will feature a brand new community center with beautiful indoor and outdoor gathering spaces. A dog park will also be added.

Tucked away and surrounded by trees, Summerhill Village has a country feel but is close to everything. Located at 5280 S Mission Road, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858, the community is 1.5 miles from US 127 and 2.5 miles from M20. With a convenient location in the top rated school district, Summerhill is also minutes from Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort, Central Michigan University, Mid-Michigan College, Pleasant Hills Golf Club and Indian Hills shopping center. Alma, Saginaw, Midland and Grand Rapids are short commutes away from Summerhill.

“We invite everyone to tour Summerhill model homes and select premium lots now. Free applications are available on our website at," said Michael Callaghan, “Spacious living with lifestyle amenities is a wave worth catching.”

The Grand Opening Event for Summerhill Village will be held on October 2nd (11:00-6:00) and October 3rd-4th (11:00-4:00). The event will be safe and socially distanced with contact-free tours. Giveaways, prizes and cider/donuts will be offered as well.

New home prices start at $844/month* for a home priced at $51,000. Buyers receive our Grand Opening discount. Home financing is available on-site making the purchasing process simple. Applicants may also choose to pay cash or bring other financing.

Homes available and prices are subject to change. Contact the community for exact pricing and availability *First Choice MH LLC is a licensed mortgage loan originator in the Kansas, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Texas and Nevada. NMLS #1241272. The main office is 600 W. 22nd Street, Suite 101, Oak Brook, IL 60523.

About Four Leaf Properties: Four Leaf Properties, founded in 2009, is a growing owner/operator and third-party management service provider for manufactured home communities. Committed to reinvestment, Four Leaf Properties works every day to improve and grow safe, professionally managed communities. Investments in amenities, community events and everyday management creates an environment where residents can put down roots. Four Leaf Properties also offers affordable home ownership with energy-efficient, modern floorplans and luxury finishes. To learn more, visit

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