SPONSORED: A five-townhouse project has been erected on South Bumby Avenue, just south of Lake Como [GMap]. The Lake Como Town Homes development is an infill project aiming to transform a 20,900 SF lot that once held a small office and a single-family home. The project is being carried out by Hawk Properties and Investments, a two-man team who have set their eyes on intensifying development in the neighborhood. Of the five new townhouses, only two remain on the market, as the other three have already sold.


The townhouses are three bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1,900 SF units and all of them can be customized. The homes feature an open floor plan with stainless steel appliances, hardwood cabinets, granite counter top, and high-end finishes.

The master bathroom on the second floor comes with its own walk-in shower with rainfall shower head, soaker tub, and double vanity. All three bedrooms open to large balconies but the master’s French doors open to a 20×10 private patio space.

Each townhouse comes complete with an over-sized two-car garage and fenced-in front yard.

The asking price for each unit is currently $308,900.

The developers, Chris Harrison and Alex Kontos grew up in the area and went to Boone High School together. They also roomed together in College. Together, the two young men have already worked on ten properties in what they’ve taken to calling the Kaley Park district – the neighborhood between Curry Ford, Kaley, Michigan, and Fern Creek.

Harrison and Kontos are actually working with the County to get the area officially named Kaley Park.

These are the first townhouses in the area and they will be located close to the new Lake Como K-8 school which we’ve written about HERE. They are currently working on another townhouse development nearby, called Cobblestone Walk at Kaley. Cobblestone Walk will have eight units, which are currently being offered at $325,000, and you can find out more information on them by clicking HERE.

Cobblestone Walk at Kaley
Cobblestone Walk at Kaley

For more information on these projects or to schedule a tour, contact Chris Harrison at [email protected].


Before shot.
Before shot via Google Earth.















Brendan O'Connor

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  1. Love this project and what it will add to the lake Como hood! And as BHS alumna & current lake como resident, It’s nice to see fellow alums putting a great project together! Congrats!

  2. I like that they are putting these town homes on empty lots instead of demolishing! Preserve, don’t replace 🙂