There’s no mystery to why Northville is a highly sought out place to live. The city offers top schools in the state with six elementary schools, two middle schools and Northville High School. The city of Northville is split between Oakland and Wayne County. The homes for sale in Northville are a wide variety of style from Victorian style to Cape Cods. Check out our listings or give us a call today to see the homes for sale in Northville, Michigan.
The city of Northville has always had a large business setting. With major employees in the area such as Ford Motor, GM, Toyota and of course, The Northville Public School District. Many of the homeowners and buyers looking for homes for sale in Northville are employed by one of these businesses. Northville is also home to many small businesses in the charming Downtown Northville area.
Downtown Northville hosts many activities such as the Holiday Lighted Parade, summer concerts, a trick or treat event, costume parade and many more events for the entire family. Click here to check out the events in Downtown Northville.
Northville has beautiful nature aspects to it as well. Home to over 12 park facilities and the Maybury State Park, you and your family can enjoy 944 acres of nature, and don’t forget to stop by the Three Cedars Farm. Three Cedars Farm has farm animals, a kids play area, an amazing store with lots of holiday treasures, hayrides and of course, pumpkin picking!
The town and the homes for sale in Northville offer a deep seeded history dating back to 1825. The community of Northville was first settled in 1825. It was incorporated as a village in 1867 and become a city in 1955. Originally it was one of two communities within Plymouth until it split into it’s own township in 1898. As of 2017, it’s population was 5,998. The city of Northville has always been industrious from the beginning. Between 1825-1828, John Miller started the first industry with his gristmill. Miller provided flour, corn and wheat ground to the people of Northville. In 1920, one of Henry Ford’s “village of industries” was created. The plant created over 180 million valves for sixteen years. The plant ran until it was bought and replaced with the new Northville Valve Plant. To learn more about the history of Northville check out their website here.
Homes for sale in Northville offer both history and agriculture. A Michigan resident by the name of Mrs. Louisa King became the first president of the Woman’s Agricultural and Horticultural Association of America (later renamed to Woman’s National Farm and Garden Association) in 1914.
They made a large impact on the forming of the Northville Branch of the Michigan Division for the Woman’s National Farm and Garden Association. The Northville Branch was formed on May 25th, 1936. In 1998, the Northville’s Branch was renamed the Northville Garden Club. Their mission is to assist in conserving natural resources, encourge gardening, raise funds for educational scholarships and enjoy friendship and fellowship with other gardeners. The Northville Garden Club is still running today. To check out more about the Northville Garden Club check out their website here.
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