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Browse today's newest homes for sale & Farmington Hills real estate listings below.Farmington Hills has all the charm of an old-fashioned small town, yet it remains the most populous city in Oakland County, with a diverse culture boasting over 80 different languages. It's known for excellent schools, affluence, and quiet comfortable neighborhoods. Farmington Hills features over 600 acres of gorgeous public parks. Discover the hottest Farmington Hills neighborhood properties for sale now!

Farmington Hills Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 140
Average Price: $393,727
Highest Price: $1,495,000
Lowest Price: $54,900

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Current Listings

There are 140 listings for sale, with prices from $54,900 to $1,495,000 (average price: $393,727.20).

Real Estate Statistics

  • Approx. Total Number of Homes: 16107
  • Average Tax Assessed Value: $112,256
  • Average Market Value: $224,448
  • Average Estimated Value: $261,711
  • Average Market Assessed Value: $103,368

Past 12 months' Sales

  • Properties sold: 817
  • Average Sale Price: $236,250
  • List-to-Sale Price Ratio: 0.60%
  • Ownership Turnover: 19.71%

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Homes for Sale in Farmington Hills MI

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$900,000 - $1,000,000 Over $1,000,000
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136 Properties Found.
Homes for Sale in Farmington Hills, MI
  • MLS® #: 217031750
  • 21208 Prestwick
  • Farmington Hills, MI 48335
  • $498,000
  • 4 Bed, 3.3 Bath, 3331 SqFt, 0.43 Acres
  • Residential
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Homes for Sale located at 28968 Glenarden, in the city of Farmington Hills, MI 48334
  • MLS® #: 217032175
  • 28968 Glenarden
  • Farmington Hills, MI 48334
  • $260,000
  • 4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2554 SqFt, 0.28 Acres
  • Residential
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Residential Real Estate for Sale located in the neighborhood of HALSTED HOLLOW CONDO, in the city of Farmington Hills, MI
  • MLS® #: 217032222
  • 20833 Deerfield
  • Farmington Hills, MI 48335
  • $494,000
  • 4 Bed, 3.1 Bath, 3058 SqFt
  • Residential
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Farmington Hills Real Estate - MLS # 217032476, Residential real estate for Sale in ARBOR OAKS SUB NO 2, MLS Listings # 217032476
  • MLS® #: 217032476
  • 21949 Arbor
  • Farmington Hills, MI 48336
  • $274,900
  • 3 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2126 SqFt, 0.21 Acres
  • Residential
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MLS #217031811 for Sale at 30955 Runnymede St, in the city of Farmington Hills, 48334
  • MLS® #: 217031811
  • 30955 Runnymede St
  • Farmington Hills, MI 48334
  • $179,900
  • 2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1718 SqFt, 0.49 Acres
  • Residential
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Farmington Hills Homes for Sale in the neighborhood of SPRINGBROOK SUB NO 4 in the Zipcode of 48336
  • MLS® #: 217031317
  • 24796 Lakeland St
  • Farmington Hills, MI 48336
  • $299,900
  • 4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2753 SqFt, 0.37 Acres
  • Residential
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Residential Real Estate for Sale at 32350 Sprucewood St in the city of Farmington Hills by MLS #217032002
  • MLS® #: 217032002
  • 32350 Sprucewood St
  • Farmington Hills, MI 48334
  • $274,900
  • 4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2003 SqFt, 0.26 Acres
  • Residential
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MLS Number 217032055 in the city of Farmington Hills Homes for Sale by KENDALLWOOD NO 3, the zipcode of 48334
  • MLS® #: 217032055
  • 32145 Red Clover Crt
  • Farmington Hills, MI 48334
  • $280,000
  • 4 Bed, 2.1 Bath, 2300 SqFt, 0.3 Acres
  • Residential
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20937 Halsted, in the city of Farmington Hills Real Estate in MI by MEADOWBROOK HILLS NO 1,
  • MLS® #: 217029475
  • 20937 Halsted
  • Farmington Hills, MI 48335
  • $250,000
  • 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 1727 SqFt, 0.46 Acres
  • Residential
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Farmington Hills Real Estate Market

The Farmington Hills real estate market is situated in the heart of southeastern Michigan community, just twenty miles from NW Detroit. The Farmington and Farmington Hills region offers easy access to major thoroughfares in the area including Grand River M-5, Orchard Lake Road, I-696 and I-275. The city contains several freeway interchanges connecting local roads to the two interstates. In 2004, the Farmington Hills neighborhood was recognized for being the fifth safest city in Michigan.

Farmington Hills Neighborhood Population

The Farmington Hills neighborhood is a place residents are proud to call home. As of the year 2000 census, the city population was 82,111, with a total area of 33.3 miles, making it the largest city in Oakland County, and the third wealthiest county per-capita in America.

Farmington Hills Community Businesses

Companies from all over the world have chosen the Farmington Hills housing market as an optimal place to do business in numerous industrial parks spanning 600 acres and occupying over 4.5 million square feet of office space. Occupancy usually hovers around 87%, higher than most communities.  Foreign-owned firms with the following diversity include; Japanese, German, Italian, French, Canadian, Mexican, Dutch, Swiss, Swedish, and British, just to name a few.

Major employers in the community include, Botsford Hospital, Robert Bosch Corporation, Chrysler Services North America, Gale, Nissan Technical Center North America, Alcoa, Allstate, TRW Automotive Electronics, & Amerisure.

Farmington Hills Neighborhood Schools

The renowned Farmington Public School system enrolls more than 12,000 students and consists of 14 elementary schools, four middle schools and three high schools in the neighborhood. Harrison High School is noted for its famous alumni, Al Jean, comedy writer on The Simpsons. Farmington Public School leaders offer unique programming and quality services in order to ensure a complete and state of the art learning experience.

There are six private schools in the community, including, St. Fabian Elementary and Middle School, Mercy High School (an all girls Catholic high school), The International School, The Steppingstone School, Hillel Day School (a day school affiliated with Conservative Judaism), and Maria Montessori Center.

Farmington Hills Public Transportation

Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) operates local and regional bus transit for Farmington Hills community residents: 866-962-5515. There is also Senior Transportation, for ages 55 and older: 248-473-1864.

Farmington Hills Parks & Recreation

The Farmington real estate community brings with it four major parks and four neighborhood parks which make up more than 600 acres of public parkland for recreation.  This does not take into account the 10 miles of cross-country ski trails, a nature center, and hiking trails.

Throughout the year, Farmington sponsors special neighborhood events such as the Summer Fun Series, "Shopping for Holiday Dollars" promotion, Halloween Fun Fest, the Farmer's Market and Summer Concert Series. Downtown merchants work together to sponsor community sidewalk sales, Summer's End Celebration and other activities that make the downtown shopping experience fun for everyone.

One of 30 traditional downtown settings in Oakland County, Farmington offers an outstanding alternative to the shopping mall environment. Here, shoppers will find satisfaction and enjoyment in the wide assortment of neighborhood retail stores, restaurants, community cafes, and professional services.

Farmington Hills is home to a number of Metro Detroit's fine dining establishments, as well as a wide range of neighborhood ethnic restaurants.

The neighborhood is also home to many recreation facilities, such as the Farmington Hills Ice Arena and Costick Activities Center. The William Costick Activities Center provides a community-oriented, multi-purpose facility where citizens of all ages from Farmington, Farmington Hills and surrounding communities can enjoy a wide variety of social, recreational and cultural activities, events, programs and services. It serves the recreational needs of neighborhood residents with a swimming pool, multi-purpose gymnasium, three soccer fields and meeting rooms. Parks and Recreation officials take pride in offering diverse programming for those interested in hockey, softball, tennis, golf volleyball and soccer.

Farmington & Farmington Hills Neighborhoods

Farmington and Farmington Hills neighborhoods trace their native ancestors to the Pottawatomie Indians. In 1820, this real estate market was taken over by the U.S. government and was sold to settlers for $1.25 per acre. Arthur Power, a Quaker from Farmington, New York, and a small company of men, had the means to take advantage of this opportunity.

On February 1, 1824, Power set out from New York with two of his older sons, John and Jarred, and two hired men, David Smith and Daniel Rush, to purchase the land between Eleven Mile Road and Power to Alameda Road. Power and his two sons, together with friends and hired laborers, arrived in the area on March 8, 1824, ready to settle down. They began by building a small log cabin and clearing land to plant wheat and corn. Over time, more and more settlers arrived, and the agriculture and business in the area continued to expand. Interestingly, David Smith, one of the hired men, completed his year's service with Mr. Power, for which he received one hundred and thirty six dollars for efforts.

After the Civil War, the people living in a square mile of territory around what is now Grand River and Farmington Road, voted to have that area become a village. In 1867, the area now known as the Historic District, became incorporated as the village of Farmington, and in 1926 this area became an official city. Over time adjoining lands were annexed, and various villages were formed. In 1972 the original village of Farmington and other villages in the community combined to form the City of Farmington Hills.

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