Grand Reserve in Grand Blanc, MI is a beautiful 55+ community.

Grand Reserve in Grand Blanc, MI is a beautiful 55+ community.

Del Webb never rests, and Grand Reserve in Grand Blanc, Michigan is another reason why they’re one of the best builders in the business. Construction started in 2006 on this 55-plus community and is still going with a goal of 479 homes. The community has several private amenities for residents, including a large clubhouse, indoor and outdoor pools, and acres of green space. There’s an active social scene at the community with all kinds of groups, events, clubs, and classes. Besides what’s offered within the community, residents have lots of recreational options in surrounding Grand Blanc.

Buyers are spoiled when it comes to home choices. Grand Reserve offers two single-family home collections available as new construction, the Manors and Classics, with eight floor plans between them. The Manors Collection offers 1,222 to 1,498 square feet of living space, one to three bedrooms, one-and-a-half to three bathrooms, and two or two-and-a-half-car garages. The Classics Collection runs from 1,683 to 2,271 square feet, two or three bedrooms, two to three-and-a-half bathrooms, and two to three-car garages.

There are also three duplex plans and nine other single-family home models found throughout the community. Duplexes in the community range from 1,268 to 1,587 square feet and feature two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two-car garages. Single-family homes have 1,268 to 2,450 square feet, two or three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two-car garages. Homes in the community start in the low $200s and run into the high $300s.

Homeowners can trust that Del Webb will deliver modern, luxurious homes with features like open floor plans, gourmet kitchens, granite countertops, walk-in closets, and optional dens. Besides all this, the homeowners’ association fee covers outdoor maintenance, including lawn care, snow removal, raking, common area upkeep, as well as road maintenance on duplexes. The low-maintenance lifestyle allows residents to spend more time entertaining friends and family or enjoying the vibrant social life throughout the community.

Grand Reserve’s amenities center around the Grandview Lodge, a 15,500 square-foot clubhouse. Inside, residents will find a fitness center, indoor pool and spa, card room, hobby and game room, multi-purpose room, arts and crafts studio, and business center. Outdoors, homeowners love the outdoor pool, spa, and patio with lounge chairs, which are perfect for casual gatherings. There’s also a fireplace pavilion and picnic area popular for hosting events. Residents can stay active with the community’s two tennis courts, two pickleball courts, and walking and biking trails. Grand Reserve also includes several scenic ponds and a playground for grandkids.

The community is known for its active social aspects, which include various clubs, events, classes, and parties. There’s an extensive list of activities for homeowners to join, including book club, bowling, craft classes, euchre, golf, poker nights, sewing class, theater group, and water aerobics. There really is something for every resident at Grand Reserve, even those who just want to enjoy their low-maintenance home and time with family and friends. Besides the community and its amenities, residents like to take advantage of everything the surrounding area has to offer. Grand Reserve is near many shops, restaurants, golf courses, and medical centers, as well as being minutes away from Interstate 75.

The area is known for its lush green spaces and parks, perfect for any outdoor enthusiast. Some of these resources include the Holly Recreation Area, Ortonville Recreation Area, Seven Lakes State Park, Mt. Holly Ski and Snowboard Resort, and countless lakes for fishing, swimming, and boating. Other attractions in the area include the Flint Institute of Art, Grand Blanc Heritage Museum, and Michigan Renaissance Festival. Grand Reserve also has the added benefit of being in a prime location to travel to cities throughout Michigan. Besides nearby Flint, residents can jump on a nearby highway and head to Lansing, Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Saginaw, among others.