Chelsea’s historic core includes cozy farm-style homes from the city’s earliest days, large multistory Victorian homes, and an abundance of smaller homes, many built by German immigrants. Houses from the 1920s and 1930s line streets nearby; farther out, post-WWII developments have grown into established neighborhoods, and medium-price to high-end subdivisions have grown around the city’s periphery. Still farther out, country homes range from affordable modulars to lakefront mansions. New high-end single-family homes are currently for sale at Westchester Farms, Heritage Pointe of Chelsea, and Greystone of Chelsea communities. Talks are in progress about the Wolf Farms proposed development, which would bring 67 single-family homes, 73 townhomes, 32 ranch-attached units, and 80,000 square feet of medical office space to 46 acres along N. Freer and Old US-12. Northville-based Livonia Builders also has plans for 25 single-family homes on Lincoln Pointe’s 10.5 acres.