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Huntington Woods
Desirable Huntington Woods Southeast Michigan Real Estate

Huntington Woods City Hall

Huntington Woods City Hall

Huntington Woods is part of the North Woodward area of Oakland County, where you can find Southeast Michigan real estate for sale. This charming suburb just south of Berkley and west of Royal Oak, is a very desirable place to live and is referred to as "The City of Homes." The community is surrounded by gentle rolling hills and mature trees that lend natural beauty to the area. So if you're looking for Huntington Woods homes for sale you've come to the right place!

Come Home to Huntington Woods

If you own Southeast Michigan real estate in beautiful Huntington Woods, you will love the desirable family-friendly atmosphere. Residents not only have well-maintained homes, but they take care of their yards and streets as well. There is a wide variety of beautiful homes for sale with varying home prices from the affordable to more upscale.

You'll find many historic Huntington Woods homes with various architectural styles in the Hill Historic and Rackham Golf Course Historic districts.

Home styles include:

  • Ranch
  • 2-Story
  • Bungalow
  • Colonial
  • Contemporary
  • Custom
  • Executive
  • Historic
  • Tudor

Are you thinking about relocating to Huntington Woods? If you're looking for Southeast Michigan real estate, Lee Morof will be happy to assist you in finding the perfect home in southeastern Michigan's hidden jewel, Huntington Woods, and make sure you don't overpay or make an expensive legal mistake. Click to: Search for Huntington Woods Homes for Sale here!

Huntington Woods Recreation Center

Huntington Woods Recreation Center

Huntington Woods Demographics

Huntington Woods covers 1.5 square miles and as of the 2000 census had a population of 6,151. The city is culturally diversified and the average age is 40.6 with an average household size of 2.58. The community has an average median household income of $96,941. The average home value is $309,500 and owners of Southeast Michigan real estate in Huntington Woods enjoy a peaceful community with a low crime rate.

Weather in Huntington Woods

If you live in Huntington Woods, you'll fall in-love with the wide range of outdoor sports and activities in both summer and winter. Summers can bring highs in the low 80's June through August. Winter temperatures average a mild 35° from October through April. There is always something fun to do in Huntington Woods. In spring and summer, residents enjoy walking, biking, hiking, fishing, hunting, boating, outdoor sports, horseback riding, camping and picnics. Winters are filled with winter sports activities such as ice fishing, snow mobiling, ice skating, snow shoeing, skiing and more.

Huntington Woods Business Environment

Huntington Woods has a vibrant economy with a variety of local businesses and is served by the Berkley Chamber of Commerce. Residents welcome new entrepreneurs and look forward to visiting their stores. You'll find professional and technical services as well as medical/health care services which are the largest area employers. Additionally there is education, wholesale and retail trade and other services that flourish in the welcoming environment.

Spring Flowers

Spring Flowers

Huntington Woods History

Early native and American settlers inhabited the area prior to the first land grant being awarded in 1824 to J. Lockwood. From 1824 to 1916 about nine area families used the rich land for farming. This area was originally part of Royal Oak Township. In 1926, the community was incorporated as the Village of Huntington Woods and named after the town of Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire County, England. As the Village grew and expanded it was incorporated as the city of Huntington Woods in 1932. The city continues to flourish due to the hometown atmosphere.

Accessibility

Getting around Huntington Woods, Michigan is easy! Located on W 11 Mile Road and just west of North Woodward Avenue, residents have a short 17 mile commute via I-75 into the Detroit area. There are many modes of public transportation available:

  • Local bus service is provided daily by SMART and those seniors 55+ can arrange for a ride on the City SMART van that is wheel-chair accessible, to their medical appointments, shopping, support groups and more. Call 248-541-3030 to schedule a ride.
  • Cab service is provided by Checker Cab and Checker Sedan.
  • AMTRAK train service is located in nearby Royal Oak, Birmingham and Detroit.
  • If you need to commute by air, you'll find Detroit Metropolitan International airport is only a short drive away.
Jump Chimes in front of Recreation Center

Jump Chimes in front of Recreation Center

Education / Schools

Residents in Huntington Woods are highly educated with 72.5% having obtained a Bachelors degree or higher. The Berkley School District serves Huntington Woods families and is a top rated school district that typically wins high marks for educational achievement.

Administrators and teachers work alongside parents to insure each child receives the best education possible. Burton Elementary School in Huntington Woods educates K-5. Students have a great learning resource at the Huntington Woods Public Library located at 26415 Scotia Road.

There are many choices of community colleges and universities within a short distance:

No matter what your educational needs are, owners of Southeast Michigan real estate in Huntington Woods will have plenty of options close by.

Huntington Woods Health Services

There are many nearby medical facilities available to Huntington Woods home owners. Some of these below are within a 3 to 5 mile radius:

Parks and Recreation

Huntington Woods residents of all ages enjoy their local parks that include the newly expanded Recreation Center and Aquatic Club, Summer Camp, Senior Services and the Skate Park. In addition, other nearby community parks are the Berkley Community Park as well as other parks scattered throughout Royal Oak.

Huntington Woods Michigan is called 'The City of Homes'

Huntington Woods Michigan
"The City of Homes"

Golf in Huntington Woods

Huntington Woods golfers will love the choices of public and private golf courses to play! Rackham Golf Course  is located in the heart of Huntington Woods and was built in 1925. Designed by Donald Ross, it is a premiere championship public golf course with 18 holes and par-72. The course is surrounded by beautifully sculpted greens with lush trees and landscaping. There are many other golf courses within a 10 mile radius:

Make Huntington Woods Your Home

Would you like to purchase Southeast Michigan real estate in Huntington Woods? If you are considering relocating and making Huntington Woods your new hometown, Lee will help you find Huntington Woods homes for sale and make sure you don't overpay or make an expensive legal mistake. Whether you need to know more about the area or you have questions, you can contact Lee Morof anytime!

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Selling Huntington Woods Real Estate?

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