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View today's Farmington real estate listings below. Farmington was named one of CNN's Top 100 "Best Places to Live," due to its friendly community and beautiful downtown, full of wonderful shops and restaurants. For more information about Farmington Michigan properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Farmington real estate experts today.
Farmington Hills Real Estate Statistics:
Total Listings - 103
Avg. Price - $354,100.66
Highest Price - $3,500,000
Lowest Price - $40,000


Farmington Real Estate Market

At just 2.66 square miles, Farmington is a small community... but with a charming downtown area complete with a pavilion, two-screen movie theatre, and lots of history amongst its buildings. You'll find plenty to do in the summertime with the family from concerts at the Sundquist Pavilion to the Farmington Founders Festival which features a parade down Grand River Avenue accompanied by a two-day arts & crafts fair. For a historic perspective of Farmington, all you have to do is swing by the Warner Mansion. You'll be able to see this Victorian Italianate-style home of the former governor of Michigan, then check out the exhibits and their amazing flower garden. Throughout the year you can take part in their many activities including fashion shows featuring garments from the 1800s, porch parties, ice cream socials, childrens workshops, and even ghost walks!

Farmington features many festivals throughout the year and has a large farmers and artisans market. The Downtown Farmingtonreal estate market has retained many of its classic historic buildings. The landmark Farmington Civic Theater is one of the few old-fashioned movie houses still in operation in the region. The Farmington community has a unique blend of timeless architecture and modern shops which make strolling through the Downtown Farmington neighborhood a truly enjoyable experience.

The median home value is at $185,000 and 86% of its homeowners live in the same home year-after-year.

Farmington Neighborhood Highlights

The Farmington neighborhood may be small, but it isn't short on amenities or things to do:

  • Downtown Farmington
    Head over to the Sundquist Pavilion for a summertime concert or check out the farmers market that runs continuously from May to November for fresh fruits and vegetables from local community farmers. There are plenty of restaurants and shops to see as well!
  • Farmington Founders Festival
    Each year, Farmington hosts its Farmington Founders Festival. Spend the weekend checking out all of the neighborhood arts & crafts booths, head over to the childrens area for playtime, and watch the parade head down Grand River Avenue, featuring the local community firefighters, police department, and Miss Farmington.
  • Warner Mansion
    From ice cream socials and porch parties to neighborhood ghost walks, there's something for everyone at the historic Warner Mansion. Take a trip back to the 1800s with their fashion show and tea talks featuring locals dressed up as historic figures like Mary Todd Lincoln. A fabulous garden is well-maintained and worth a gander if you stroll the Warner Mansion grounds.


Farmington is a great place to call home. Its wide neighborhood streets and sidewalks make it an ideal location to raise a family. It's also very convenient to just about everything, from heading downtown for a ball game, to movie theaters and restaurants. With parks nearby that remain open year-round, you and your children will have a great place to hike and explore nature in the summer or snowshoe and sled in the winter.


Farmington School Information

Farmington is part of the Farmington School District which encompasses Farmington, Farmington Hills, and a part of West Bloomfield, educating 11,000+ students. There are: 9 Elementary Schools, 2 Upper Elementary Schools, 2 Middle Schools, and 4 High Schools.

Farmington Historical Facts

Farmington was originally founded in 1824 by Quakers who came from Farmington, New York. Within five years, there was an established post office and school. It was around this time that Farmington Township was officially established.

Farmington was home to Fred Warner, the 26th governor of Michigan. He served from 1905-1911 and his home still stands off of Grand River Avenue. Although it was Governor Warner's father who built the home, the Victorian Italianate house is a museum dedicated to the famous Farmington native and has many exhibits worth checking out.

Farmington was primarily a small farming community until the 1950s when people who lived in Detroit started heading out to the suburbs and, in the 1960s, after annexing 500 acres, Farmington extended its western border. Farmington still holds a small town charm with its historic downtown area complete with 2-screen movie theater, historic buildings, and its famous Farmington Founders Festival that has been a local favorite for over 50 years.

From the gorgeous colonials that date back to the Civil War to the family-friendly Main Street downtown area, Farmington is a fun community that has plenty to do for people of all ages.

Farmington Geographical Location

You'll be less than 10 miles from:

  • 12 Oaks Mall - Luxurious shopping with department stores that include Macy’s, Nordstrom’s, Lord & Taylor, Sears, and JC Penney. The 12 Oaks Mall includes Michigan’s first and only Cheesecake Factory.
  • Emagine Theaters - Watch the latest movie releases in luxury “5th Avenue” seating on 3D screens.
  • Botsford Hospital - This hospital boasts expert trauma care, advanced imaging technology, cancer care, and many other services.
  • Restaurants - If you’re looking for a cozy place to grab brunch or a cool restaurant to grab dinner and drinks, you’ll find great choices all around Farmington.

Further Out:

As a Metro Detroit suburb, you’re in a convenient location for sports, theater, outdoor activities, and more!

  • Detroit Metropolitan Airport - 27 mins away
  • Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park, Detroit Red Wings at the Joe Louis, or Detroit Lions at Ford Field - 30 minutes away
  • Detroit Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills - 30 minutes away
  • The University of Michigan Ann Arbor - 33 minutes away
  • Michigan State University East Lansing - 1 hour away
  • Mackinac Island - 4 hours away
  • Kensington Metro Park - 20 minutes away

Farmington City Information

  • Farmington City Hall
    23600 Liberty Street
    Farmington, MI 48335
    Phone: (248) 474-4700
  • Police Department
    23600 Liberty Street
    Farmington, MI 48335
    Phone (non-emergency): (248) 474-4700
  • Fire Department
    23600 Liberty Street
    Farmington, MI 48335
    Phone (non-emergency): (248) 474-4700
  • Farmington Public Schools
    32500 Shiawassee Road
    Farmington, MI 48336
    Phone: (248) 489-3356

Farmington Real Estate Agents

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

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