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Model Arlington II

Arlington II

4 Bedroom, 3+2 Bath, 3 Car Garage
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Model Somerset Williamsburg

Somerset Williamsburg

4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath, 3 Car Garage
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Model Bridgeport


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Model Piermont II

Piermont II

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Model Harvard Williamsburg

Harvard Williamsburg

4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath, 3 Car Garage
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Model Bradford


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Model Heather Glenn

Heather Glenn

4 Bedroom, 3 Bath, 3 Car Garage
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Model Richmond


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Wayne County was established in 1796, as a key unit of the Northwest Territories. At its founding, the County's borders stretched from the County seat in Detroit, to encompass almost all of Michigan, as well as northern Indiana, the eastern edge of Illinois (including what is now the city of Chicago), and a small wedge of Wisconsin. As more of these areas were settled, the County was whittled down to its present size of 622 square miles, situated along Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River in southeast Michigan. The County was named for Major General Anthony Wayne (1745-1796). ?Mad Anthony? Wayne was a Revolutionary War hero, who in the 1790's, led an expedition of American soldiers to victory over Native American tribes and British troops at the Battle of Fallen Timbers. His victory established a lasting peace in the region. As a result, numerous locations in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana are named in his honor.

There had been settlers in the area since Detroit was founded by French explorers in 1701. It's position along the Detroit River, which is actually a narrow strait in the Great Lakes chain, made it a key point for military and commercial use. By 1796, settlers had branched out into surrounding territory to establish farms in what we call today, the Wayne County suburbs.Farming, lumber and small industry dominated the local economy until the end of the 19th century. Wayne County saw it's period of greatest growth in the first half of the 20th Century, when the automobile industry roared to life. Each of the ?Big Three? American car companies was born in Wayne County; General Motors in Detroit, Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, and Chrysler Corporation in Highland Park. From the factories lining the Rouge River and the Detroit River, to the baronial lakefront estates of automobile executives in the Grosse Pointe communities, the growth of the auto industry fueled the growth of Wayne County. Today, the auto industry continues to play a key role in Wayne County, but the economy has diversified to include world-class companies devoted to engineering, banking, health care, even plumbing fixtures and pizza.

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