Located directly south of Lansing, the taxing authority in Holt is actually called Delhi Township. The northern side of Holt has everything you could ever need in the way of shopping and entertainment. The rest of Holt is mainly residential subdivisions and schools and you will find no shortage of outdoor fun either. There are two large outdoor recreation areas in Holt: Burchfield Park and Valhalla Park. Both offer a beach area and trails and Burchfield also include canoe rental and a stocked fishing pond on and near The Grand River.
You will find the southern parts of Holt that are quite rural (A tiny bit even qualifies for USDA Rural Housing financing). For those of you who like newer-built homes, Holt has tons to offer and very reasonable prices. There is even still new construction in many neighborhoods, so make sure to ask us about non-list homes that could be built to your specifications. The average price for a residential home in the 2nd quarter of 2019 was $186,143, down .23% over the same quarter in 2018.
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