Blake is an advocate for intentionality in aging. Having lived in Frankenmuth for nearly a decade, he knows what makes the community tick – and it’s the people, both young and old, who have made Frankenmuth such a great place to live.
Blake is eager to introduce you to the next generation in senior living experiences, one that focuses on active senior lifestyles and the role it plays in aging with intention. The Springs of Frankenmuth is a community designed to help you live each day on purpose with purpose. Call or email Blake for more information on how you can make The Springs your home.
John and Leone Koester started this family-owned business back in 1968. Today, it’s a second-generation family business, and they’re still helping Frankenmuth be a place that’s good for families of all ages.
To find out more about Koester Builders, visit their website at koesterbuilders.com
Nearly 3 million tourists visit Frankenmuth each year to enjoy the architecture, restaurants and shops – and especially Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland, reported to be world’s largest Christmas store.
Nearly 5,000 residents call Frankenmuth home, surely attracted by its rich history, charm and top-notch school system with 99% of students graduating.
Median home values are around $180,000 and the median income is just over $47,000.
Learn more about the services available across Michigan through Wellspring by visiting wellspringlutheran.com