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Welcome to your top Independence Township real estate resource. With its beautiful rural roads, Independence Township offers the kind of peace and quiet that many people seek when they want to escape the busy suburbs and city life. For information about properties for sale in Independence Township Michigan or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Independence Township real estate experts today.
Independence Township Real Estate Statistics:
Total Listings - 72
Avg. Price - $428,228.99
Highest Price - $2,400,000
Lowest Price - $31,900

Independence Township Real Estate Market

Independence Township is also home to the Independence Oaks County Park which is nearly 1,300 acres in size and was recently rated in the top 10 best family-friendly places to hike. The city of Clarkston is also encompassed within the Independence Township community and is where the Pine Knob Ski Resort and DTE Music Theater is located.

Independence Township is an Oakland County community located just north of Waterford and northwest of Auburn Hills. Independence Township has a population of approximately 33,000 residents living within its 36 square miles.

Independence Township Historical Facts

The Independence Township real estate market was first being settled in the late 1820’s from mostly people from New York and New Jersey and, by the 1840’s, over 800 people called this area home.  Most were initially farmers but as the population continued to grow and, with the growth of nearby Clarkston, other folks with different professions began to settle into Independence Township. But farming began to decrease through the 19th century and Independence Township neighborhood became more of a vacation spot for Detroiters – almost like what “up-north” is today.

Adding the invention and influx of automobiles into the mix and Independence Township community was a popular vacation destination for many residents of Detroit. However, the Great Depression ceased land development and the vacationers mostly went away.

Independence Township Demographics

• Population: 33,000
• 23.6% of the population over the age of 25 have a bachelor’s degree or higher
• Median age is 36
• Median Household Income is $75,478

Independence Township Neighborhood Schools

When you raise a family in the Independence Township neighborhood, your children will have lots of access to the beauty of the outdoors. With rolling hills, wooded areas and gorgeous lake, Independence Township is ideal for those who like being outdoors. With its family-friendly trails at Independence Oaks County Park and proximity to communities like Auburn Hills, your family will enjoy being from Independence Township.

Students in the Independence Township community will attend one of three school districts:

  • Lake Orion Community Schools
  • Clarkston Community Schools
  • Waterford School District

Independence Township Amenities

Independence Oaks County Park – With its 1,300 acres of park area and recently named Top 10 best family-friendly places to hike, people love spending time at Independence Oaks County Park. There are 12 miles of marked nature trails, 2.5 miles of paved trails and plenty of areas for picnics. The lake is great for fishing, swimming and paddling in the community.

Independence Township: A Great Spot for Business, Learning & Living

Independence Township, Michigan, is a great community to call home for those looking for a little extra space. A combination of rural scenery along with neighborhoods and small shopping areas, this part of Oakland County offers the richness of natural beauty combined with closeness to the Detroit suburbs. For anyone who likes spending time outdoors, there is plenty to do from walks in the park, fishing or just cruising along on a nearby lake.

Being close to I-75 means you can make it downtown in less than 45 minutes to catch a baseball game or to the Palace of Auburn Hills in less than 20 minutes to watch the Pistons play. Independence Township is a growing community expecting to attract more residents as the years go by. If you’re looking to set up in a nice, family-friendly part of southeast Michigan then you’ll want to check out the Independence Township real estate market.

Independence Township Geographical Location

Although Independence Township is very rural in its layout, it also has M-24 and I-75 running through the community meaning that residents can easily hop onto the freeway and get south toward Detroit in a matter of minutes – in fact, Independence Township is less than 45 minutes from the heart of Detroit.

When you live in the Independence Township housing market, you’ll be within 10 miles of:

  • DTE Music Theater – Featuring musical acts and special events in the warmer months, this beautiful outdoor amphitheater setting brings in people from all over southeast Michigan to check out concerts, comedians and other shows.
  • Great Lakes Crossing – Close to 200 specialty stores greet customers at this indoor outlet mall as well as restaurants, a movie theater and even an aquarium.
  • Pine Knob Ski Resort – Featuring 17 runs and 3 terrain parks, skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels flock to this hill in the wintertime. With 100 snowmaker machines, finding a place to carve your skis is never an issue.

Further out:

When you live in Independence Township, Michigan neighborhood, you’ll find that you’re a little away from the city however you’re still within an hour of everything the metro Detroit community has to offer.

  • Detroit Metropolitan Airport (Approx. 55 mins)
  • Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park Detroit Red Wings at the Joe Louis or Detroit Lions at Ford Field (Approx. 40 minutes)
  • Flint, MI (Approx. 30 minutes)
  • Oakland University – Rochester Hills (Approx. 15 minutes)
  • Detroit Zoo (Approx. 30 minutes)
  • Somerset Collection - Troy (Approx. 25 minutes)

Independence Township Information:

  • Independence Township Municipal Office
    6483 Waldon Center Dr.
    Clarkston, MI 48346C
    Phone: (248) 625-5111
  • Oakland County Sheriff’s Office
    6560 Citation Drive
    Independence Township, MI 48346
    Phone (non-emergency): (248) 620-4970
  • Independence Township Fire Department
    6500 Citation Dr.
    Clarkston, MI 48346
    Phone (non-emergency): (248) 625-1924
  • Independence Township Parks and Recreations
    6483 Waldon Center Dr.
    Clarkston, MI 48346
    Phone: (586) 731-0300
  • Clarkston Community Schools
    6389 Clarkston Rd.
    Clarkston, MI 48346
    Phone: (248) 623-5400
  • Lake Orion Community Schools
    315 N. Lapeer Street
    Lake Orion, MI 48362
    (248) 693-5400
  • Waterford School District
    501 N. Cass Lake Road
    Waterford, MI 48328
    Phone: (248) 682-7800

Independence Township Real Estate Agents

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