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Bruce Township Real Estate Statistics:
Total Listings - 131
Avg. Price - $349,187.49
Highest Price - $3,488,000
Lowest Price - $75,000

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Bruce Township Real Estate Market

Situated just north of Downtown Romeo is the sprawling community of Bruce Township. With 7,000 residents within the 36 square miles of the township, Bruce Township is filled with long roads stretching between agricultural areas, homes, and businesses. If you're looking for a spot to call home that offers plenty of breathing room but keeps you close to Oakland Countyand such spots as Shelby Township for those shopping excursions, as well as Washington Township, then Bruce Township is an ideal real estate market to call home. Bruce Township has always maintained its agricultural lifestyle, ever since its founding in 1833 by Scottish pioneers. Although growing steadily, there is still plenty of room to move and grow for years to come in this community.

Areas such as Downtown Romeo provide residents with a charming historic spot to enjoy some neighborhood shopping, dining and entertainment. The Ford Proving Grounds are located in Bruce Township and encompass nearly six square miles, while a portion of the township is also home to Stony Creek Metropark for those who are eager to be near this beautiful outdoor area.

Bruce Township Community Amenities

When you live in Bruce Township you'll be within 10 miles of various neighborhood amenities, including:

  • Verellen Cider Mill
    Enjoy some fresh cider and donuts at this stop along Van Dyke Road. Offering other products to enhance the fall experience, the Verellen Cider Mill is a staple in the Washington Township community going back over 95 years.
  • Downtown Romeo
    Just to the south of Bruce Township, Downtown Romeo has its history dating back to the 1800s. With art galleries, fairs, and festivals, as well as dozens of neighborhood spots to dine and shop, spending time in historic Romeo is always a fun experience.
  • The Mall at Partridge Creek
    This open-air shopping center is packed with 90 specialty stores and restaurants, a movie theater as well as a TV Court, pop jet fountains, and a 30-foot fireplace.

Bruce Township Neighborhood Highlights

With neighborhoods like Stony Creek Metropark and Downtown Romeo nearby, there is plenty to keep you active when you call Bruce Township your home. While this rural community seems far from the main suburbs of Detroit, a trip to Shelby Township only takes about 15 minutes and, from there, you'll find plenty of places to shop and dine. A spot like Stony Creek Metropark means you can spend a joyful weekend afternoon by the water walking, skating, biking, or hiking the many trails, playing a round of golf, or simply having a picnic with the family.

Bruce Township is proud of its heritage but isn't held to the past. They are planning for the future and ensuring that their community continues to grow and thrive in the coming years. Its scenic drives down country roads add to the beauty of its rural neighborhood setting.

Bruce Township Schools

When you raise a family in Bruce Township, they'll experience rural life without the hustle and the bustle of the suburbs and the city. Students attend Romeo Community Schools, which educate 5,200 students from Bruce Township, Leonard, Washington Township, and Romeo. Romeo Community Schools have five elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school.

Bloomfield Hills Historical Facts

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan has its origins in the creation of Oakland County during the summer of 1820. Oakland County, which was mainly a large farming area, was split into two townships (Pontiac Township and Bloomfield Township).

It wasn't until the beginning of the 20th century that industry started to take over and there was a shift in the way the land was utilized. Many of Detroit's wealthy residents began buying up the land and from there, Bloomfield Hills transitioned from a settlement into a community.

The Cranbrook Educational Community, which opened in 1926, is considered a National Historic Landmark and boasts a sprawling campus known for its architecture. Fortunately, beyond the architecture, the Cranbrook Schools are considered some of the best in the country offering a boarding college preparatory upper school.

With the opening of the Detroit Skating Club, many world-class figure skaters trained their way to the gold including Tara Lipinski and Todd Eldridge.

Bruce Township Demographics

  • Population: 6,900
  • Median age: 36.3
  • Median Household Income: $63,522
  • 24% of the population over the age of 25 have a bachelor's degree or higher

Bruce Township Geographical Location

When living in Bruce Township, Michigan, it might take a little longer to get to further parts of Detroit and the surrounding communities, but it isn't too bad.

  • Detroit Metropolitan Airport - 1 hour 5 minutes away
  • Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park, Detroit Red Wings at the Joe Louis, or Detroit Lions at Ford Field - 50 minutes away
  • The Palace of Auburn Hills - 30 minutes away
  • Wolcott Mill Metropark - 15 minutes away

Bruce Township Information

  • Bruce Township Government Office
    223 East Gates Street
    Romeo, MI 48065
    Phone: (586) 752-4585
  • Macomb County Sheriff's Department
    43565 Elizabeth Road
    Mount Clemens, MI 48043
    Phone (non-emergency): (586) 469-5151
  • Fire Department
    223 East Gates Street
    Romeo, MI 48065
    Phone: (586) 752-2520
  • Bruce Township Parks & Recreation
    361 Morton Street
    Romeo, MI 48065
    Phone: (586) 752-1118
  • Romeo Community Schools
    316 North Main Street
    Romeo, MI 48065
    Phone: (586) 752-0200

Bruce Township Real Estate Agents

Planning to buy or sell a home in Bruce Township? Let our local Bruce Township real estate team guide you through the sale of your current Bruce Township home or purchase your next Bruce Township property. As Bruce Township real estate experts and real estate agents, we're well-versed in the unique market dynamics of Bruce Township real estate. We're ready to work with you today!

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