Search for Homes for Sale in Burton, MI 

Ed Constable has provided some information below for anyone considering one of the properties, land, or homes for sale in Burton, Michigan. Burton is a city in Genesee County and a suburb of Flint.  The City of Burton, according to the United States Census Bureau, has a total area of 23.43 square miles (60.68 km2), of which 23.36 square miles (60.50 km2) is land and 0.07 square miles (0.18 km2) is water. The topographical elevation is 771 feet. The city is located within the Coordinate system of 42°59′28″N & 83°38′7″.

Historically, the early settlers of Burton Township came from the towns of Adams and Henderson in Jefferson County, New York, and the location was formerly named “Atherton Settlement.”  It was first settled in the year  1831, and originally the city was merged with Flint Township but separated when Flint was incorporated as a city. In  1855, Burton was organized as a township and it was incorporated by its 1,349 residents into a city in 1972.

Burton has a population of about 30,000 according to the 2010 United States census, making Burton the second largest city in Genesee County. There are 13,075 housing units at an average density of 559.7 per square mile (216.1/km2). The gender makeup of the city stood at 48.8% male and 51.2% female with a mixed racial makeup as Burton city is a welcome environment for all races.

The City of Burton is one of the largest communities in Genesee County, and, like most of Michigan, it has a humid continental climate condition.  Burton is home to several  elementary and high schools, churches,  restaurants, and other  community locations. Burton resident thrives economically and enjoys many local events, commercial activities, and recreational opportunities.  Burton boasts of notable locations such as the Brookwood Golf Course, Belsay Station, Southmoor Golf Course, and Burton Library.  The residents have access to several shopping malls, like Eastland Mall Shopping Center and South Flint Plaza Shopping Center.

The aesthetic view of the city revealed its tourism potential as a site of attraction with Parks, Gardens, and Lakes. The foremost parks are:

  • Peace Memory Gardens
  • Burton, Kelly  Lake
  • Water Tower Park
  • Davison Roadside County Park
  • For-mar Nature Preserve

The large population and economic stability have made Burton one the relatively stable locations in the entire Genesee County province.  Burton, MI is a great place to retire or raise a family.  If you are interested in homes for sale in Burton, MI, call your realtor for life, Ed Constable.

To learn more about Burton, visit http://www.burtonmi.gov/

For more information on Burton School District, visit http://www.burtonschools.org/

For more information on Bentley Community Schools, visit http://www.bentleyschools.org/

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