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View today's Northville real estate listings below. Combined, Northville Township and the city of Northville are home to over 27,000 people. Northville consists of tree-lined neighborhoods featuring many historic homes restored to their original Victorian brilliance. For more information about Northville Michigan properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Northville real estate experts today.
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Northville Real Estate Statistics:
Total Listings - 26
Avg. Price - $868,318.23
Highest Price - $4,950,000
Lowest Price - $289,000

Northville Real Estate Market

Northville is considered a higher-end real estate market in Western Wayne County, with a large middle class, and the highest property values among its neighbors. Northville has more luxury homes than any other community in Wayne County. Downtown Northvilleboasts old-fashioned street lamps glowing at night over the brick-paved streets and Victorian era architecture.

Northville Township currently has a population of a little over 21,000 people while the City of Northville is much smaller, with 6,500 people, for a combined count of over 27,000 in the Northville community.

The Northville community has a wide array of housing architecture and home styles, from rambling farm houses on unpaved roads, to traditional neighborhoods, newer-built condominiums and older Victorian charmers throughout the downtown area. Housing in the city tends to be newer construction, with as much as 80% of the homes in the township having been built more recently than 1970 and more than half since 1980.

If you're looking for that small town feel, but with a location not far from everything, then you're looking for a city like Northville, Michigan. Nestled in the suburbs of Detroit, Northville boasts beautiful Main Street-style architecture, parks with trails and trees that stretch for miles, and a sense of community that's inviting to all. Main Street is within walking distance of most homes and has a variety of bars, restaurants and those Mom & Pop Shoppes that give a city its personality. Who knows, you may even run into a Red Wing or a Tiger as many local sports heroes make this area their home.

When you live in Northville, you're within close proximity of everything you could possibly need.

Northville Community Amenities

The Northville Parks & Recreation Department manages two facilities filled with an abundance of indoor activities, planned in conjunction with Northville Public Schools. The Recreation Center at Hillside, located at 700 W Baseline, provides access to an indoor swimming pool, two gymnasiums, multi-purpose classrooms, and fitness rooms. In addition to all of these neighborhood recreational activities, the Northville Community Center, located at 303 W Main Street, introduced meeting rooms, a large gymnasium, stage and bleachers, and kitchen facilities. The department operates five Northville district community park facilities, including Ford Field, Fish Hatchery Park, Henningsen Park, Northville Community Park, and the newest facility, Millennium Park.

Residents throughout the state of Michigan look forward to the annual Victorian Festival in Northville, an annual celebration of the town's unique heritage. There is no automobile traffic during this time, as locals, artists, and shop owners transform the downtown area into a Victorian Village complete with era costumes, and free horse and carriage rides. It would be hard not to enjoy the Northville shopping district, walking from boutique to boutique. Other regular events include art festivals, ice sculpture competitions, and various community holiday celebrations.

The City of Northville has a great deal to offer in the way of community services, such as the Senior Community Center, District Library, four bank/savings and loan/credit unions, an active Chamber of Commerce, senior citizen housing, a neighborhood post office, 11 churches, a weekly newspaper called the Northville Record, and a full-time police department.

From quaint colonials to recently-constructed condos, Northville has a home for every style and family.

The median home cost is $350,000, with 72% of its population owning. 22% of Northville residents rent their home or apartment. Many who reside here in Northville stay for quite a while. The city boasts an 84% rate for homeowners living in the same home year-after-year.

Northville Neighborhood Highlights

Northville is not short on things to do for people of all ages.

  • Parmenter's Northville Cider Mill
    If there's one thing that every Michigander loves, it's cider and donuts in the fall. Parmenter's proudly serves up tasty cider and donuts seven days a week during season and brags about being the oldest continuously-operating business in the city.
  • Northville Downs
    The Northville Downs has offered nighttime horse racing since 1944. If you have an itch to watch live racing or bet on over 375 races around the country via their simulcast system, this is a fun place to enjoy an evening out.
  • Maybury Farms
    Family fun when the weather is warm, or a little cool, Maybury Farms has hayrides, barnyard animals, planted fields, gardens, beehives, bird houses, a corn maze, and a fresh produce market. Get the kids away from the video games and give them something to experience.


If you're looking for a robust community that features family-friendly events as well as an adult nightlife, Northville is a great place to settle. You'll find the craft fairs in the summertime delightful, the 4th of July parade fun and exciting, the Victorian Festival in September an entertaining three days of fun-filled events and the Miracle on Main Street filling you with holiday cheer in December. Northville is close to everything in the Metro Detroit area and has that charming small town feel to make you feel cozy and welcoming every time you come home.


Northville School Information

Northville School District is among the highest-rated public school districts in Metro Detroit. Northville community students consistently score higher than the national average on the Michigan Education Assessment Program (MEAP) tests. More than 95 percent of the students in the district go to college.

Over 7,000 young residents in Northville attend school. There are 6 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and 1 high school (Go Mustangs!). In 2011, Northville High School was ranked 227th in the entire country and 5th in the state of Michigan.

Private schools within Northville's boundaries include:

  • Our Lady of Victory School
    kindergarten through grade 8
  • St. Paul Lutheran School
    kindergarten through grade 8
  • Northville Christian School
    kindergarten through grade 8
  • William Allan Academy
    prekindergarten through grade 5

There are two special education buildings as well.

Northville is also home to several private schools, including Northville Christian School, Our Lady of Victory School, St. Pauls Lutheran School, and William Allan Academy.

Northville Golf Courses

The Northville housing market has five top-notch golf courses.

  • Bushwood Golf Course
    is a nine-hole course with over-sized and undulating greens.
  • Downing Farms Golf Course
    is a public 18-hole course built on rolling terrain, featuring tree-lined fairways and greens protected by grass and sand bunkers.
  • Meadowbrook Country Club
    is a private 18-hole course with an older, traditional design.
  • Northville Hills Golf Club
    is a championship, semi-private, 18-hole course, part of a master-planned golf community featuring magnificent fairway homes, estate homes, and villas. It has enormous greens, and its fairways are lined with mature trees. Natural wetland areas and lakes dot the course.
  • Salem Hills Golf Club
    is a public 18-hole course, built on flat terrain with large undulating greens

Northville Historical Facts

Although settled in 1825, it took a while for the city of Northville to come into its own. It was originally one of two communities within Plymouth Township (Plymouth is its next door neighbor these days), until 1898 when it became its own village.

Northville has been home to many prominent businesses throughout the year. Globe Furniture Factory thrived in the community during the mid-19th century, and Henry Ford had his Valve Plant located in Northville during the 1920s and 1930s.

Many of Northville's early residents have street names throughout town! These include Rufus Thayer Jr. (Thayer Boulevard), Joseph Yerkes (Yerkes Street), Daniel & Samuel Cady (Cady Street), William Dunlap (Dunlap Street), as well as many other settlers.

Finally, Northville Downs is where Joe Louis trained for a while in 1939.

Northville 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 - The latest movie releases in their luxury "5th Avenue" Seating and 3D theaters.
  • AMC Theaters - 20 screens of new releases including an IMAX screen as well as 3D screens.
  • Suburban Collection Showplace - Home to dozens of craft shows, art shows, hobby shows and much, much more!
  • Providence Park Hospital - This newly-built hospital has over 200 beds and specializes in a variety of medical disciplines including neurosciences, womens health, and pediatric services.
  • Diverse Restaurants - From high-end cuisine to local favorites, you're never far from your next great meal.

Further Out:

As a Metro Detroit suburb, you're in an ideal location close to sports, theater, outdoor activities, and more!

  • Detroit Metropolitan Airport - 23 mins away
  • Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park or Detroit Lions at Ford Field - 30 minutes away
  • Detroit Red Wings at the Joe Louis Arena - 30 minutes away
  • The University of Michigan Ann Arbor - 27 minutes away
  • Michigan State University East Lansing - 1 hour away
  • Boyne Mountain Ski Resort - 3.5 hours away
  • Kensington Metro Park - 21 minutes away

Northville City Information

  • City Hall
    Address: 215 W Main Street
    Northville MI 48167
    Phone: (248) 349-1300
  • Police Department
    Address: 215 W Main Street
    Northville MI 48167
    Phone (non-emergency): (248) 349-5100
  • Fire Department
    Address: 215 W Main Street
    Northville MI 48167
    Phone (non-emergency): (248) 449-9920
  • Recreation Center at Hillside
    Address: 700 W Baseline Road
    Northville MI 48167
    Phone: (248) 349-0203
  • Northville Community Center
    Address: 303 W Main Street
    Northville MI 48167
    Phone: (248) 349-0203
  • Northville School District
    Address: 501 W Main Street
    Northville MI 23219
    Phone: (248) 349-3400

Northville Real Estate Agents

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

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