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Farmington Hills - Town vs. County Stats

Farmington Hills - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Farmington Hills: $309,700 / County Avg $481,300

32%

Avg Taxes in Farmington Hills: $4,800 / County Avg $5,200

47%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Farmington Hills: 2,220 / County Avg 2,373

47%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Farmington Hills: $140 / County Avg $203

69%

Avg Walkscore in Farmington Hills: 26 / County Avg 30

43%

Avg Year Built in Farmington Hills: 1977 / County Avg 1977

50%

Avg Days on Website in Farmington Hills: 57 / County Avg 80

36%

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Farmington Hills is the second largest city in Oakland County in the U.S. state of Michigan. Its population was 79,740 at the 2010 census. It is part of the upscale northwestern suburbs of Metropolitan Detroit and is also around 20 miles (32 km) northeast of downtown Ann Arbor.
Farmington Hills consistently ranks as one of the safest cities in the United States, as well as in the state of Michigan. In 2010, the area ranked as the 30th safest city in America. Farmington Hills also ranks as the 36th highest-income place in the United States with a population of 50,000 or more and ranks as 14th America's best cities to live by 24/7 Wall St.

Although the two cities have separate services and addresses, Farmington and Farmington Hills are often thought of as the same community. Features of the community include a recently renovated downtown, boutiques, a vintage cinema, numerous restaurants, exotic car dealerships, art galleries, and public parks including Heritage Park. There are several historical sites including the Longacre House and the Governor Warner Mansion. Both cities are served by Farmington Public Schools. Farmington Hills serves as a major business center for the greater Detroit area.

Farmington Hills is the home of the Holocaust Memorial Center, the only Holocaust Memorial in the State of Michigan. The Center's mission is to educate the public about the tragedy and evils of the Holocaust. The Holocaust Memorial Center was originally located in neighboring West Bloomfield Township, but has since expanded and moved to its current facility.

The first white settler in what became Farmington Township was a Quaker from Farmington, New York, named Arthur Power. He purchased land in 1823 and returned in 1824 with a group of family and associates to clear the land. The settlement became known as Quakertown. A post office was established in February 1826 with the name of Farmington. The post office is still around today as a historical site. The township of Farmington was organized in 1827. The settlement incorporated as the village of Farmington in the winter of 1866-67. A fire on October 9, 1872, destroyed many buildings in the center of the village. Farmington incorporated as a city in 1926.
A small settlement also developed in Clarenceville, in the extreme southeast corner of the township on the boundary with Livonia in Wayne County. Stephen Jennings built a tavern and general store to accommodate travelers on the plank road between Detroit and Howell. The name remains in the Clarenceville School District. Even though the school buildings for Clarenceville are in Livonia in Wayne County, the school district serves a portion of Farmington Hills.
In 1847, a post office named North Farmington was established a mile south of the township line as Wolcott's Corners. After the death of postmaster Chauncey D. Walcott in 1865, the office moved to the township line in the northeast quarter of section 4 (near the intersection of 14 Mile Road and Farmington Road). The post office operated until September 1902.
In 1839 a post office named East Farmington was established. It only lasted until 1842.
Before the remainder of Farmington Township incorporated as the city of Farmington Hills, there were two other incorporated entities within the boundaries. The first began as a subdivision named Quaker Valley Farms that incorporated as the village of Quakertown in 1959. The other was Wood Creek Farms, developed in 1937 as a subdivision by George Wellington of Franklin, who named it after a New England estate. It incorporated as a village in 1957. The villages together with the remainder of Farmington Township incorporated into the City of Farmington Hills in 1973.
In 1964 the city of Farmington started a tradition that became known as the Founders Festival. The festival is always held in mid-July each summer and is a fair gathering held in the downtown Farmington area. It's filled with arts and crafts, entertainment shows, good food, friends and family, and a fun atmosphere.
Areas in Farmington Hills MI
Farmington
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Neighborhoods in Farmington Hills MI
Applebrooke
Arbor Park Sub
Botsford Commons Condo
Brook Hill Estates
Brook Hill Estates Sub
Brookside Park Sub
Button Orchard
Camelot Courts Sub
Canterbury West Sub
Chestnut Ridge Condo
Colony Park
Country Ridge No 1
Country Ridge No 6
Creekside Condo Occpn 1795 - Farmington Hills
Crestview Farms Sub
Crosswinds Of Farmington Hills Occpn 407
Drakes Crossing Condo Occpn 568
East Lincolnshire Sub
East Lincolnshire Sub No 2
Elm Grove Valley
Fairways Of Farmington Hills Occpn 1447
Farmington Acres
Farmington Brook Sub
Farmington Glens Sub No 2
Farmington Glens Sub No 3
Farmington Green North No 1
Farmington Green North No 3
Farmington Green West No 3
Farmington Green West No 4
Farmington Green West No. 6
Farmington Grove Sub
Farmington Hills Hunt Club Sub No 1
Farmington Hills Hunt Clubno 2
Farmington Hills Sub
Farmington Hills Sub No 1
Farminton Ridge No 1
Flemings Roseland Park
Forest At Wooddale
Forestbrook Estates
Franklin Fairway Sub
Franklin Forest Sub
Glen Oaks Village Condo Occpn 1172
Glenbrook Sub
Grand River Crest
Grand River Crest No 2
Grand River Homes Sub
Green Hill Commons No 2
Green Hill Commons No 3
Green Valley Estates No 1
Green Valley Estates No 2
Green Valley Estates No 3
Greenpointe At Copper Creek Condo
Guy R Pooley Sub
Halsted Hollow North
Heather Hills No 1
Heritage Hills
Heritage Hills No 11
Heritage Hills No 5
Hickory Oaks Occpn 1191
Hillside Estates Occpn 351
Holly Hill Farms Sub No 2
Holly Hill Farms Sub No 5
Hollywood-Farmington Hills
Hunters Grove Condo Occpn 316
HunterS Pointe Colony Sub
HunterS Pointe No 3
HunterS Pointe No 5
Independence Commons No 1
Independence Commons No 2
Independence Commons No 3
Independence Hills Sub
Inverrary Condo
J M Cox Estate Sub
Kendallwood
Kendallwood No 2
Kensington Gardens
Kimberley Sub
Kings Pointe Sub No 5
KraveS Grand River Heights No 1
Lincolnshire Estates
Longacre Woods Occpn 658
Meadowbrook Heights Sub
Meadowbrook Hills No 4
Meadowbrook Park Sub No 1
Meadowglen
Meadowhills Estates Sub
Micropolis Village Condo
Newport Creek South Occpn 1197
Oak Hills Estates
Oakcrest Of Farmington Hills Occpn 478
Oakland Hills Orchards
Oaklands
Olde Franklin Towne
Orchard Creek Village Condo
Orchard Place Condo Occpn 512
Oxford Estates Condo Occpn 674
Park Hill
Pebblebrook Estates
Pinebrook Estates Sub
Pleasant Valley Farms No 2
Ramble Hills Sub No 2
Ramble Hillsno 2
Ramblewood Manor Homes Condo
Ramblewood No 2
Ramblewood No 3
Ramblewood No 4
Richland Gardens Sub
River Pines Of Farmington Occpn 508
Saratoga Farms
Saratoga Farms Condo Occpn 1038
Saratoga Farms Occpn 1038
Sierra Pointe Condo Occpn 532
Springbrook Sub
Springbrook Sub No 1
Springbrook Sub No 2
Springland No 1
SuprvrS Middle Belt & Ten Mile Rd Plat No 1
Suprvrs Muer Estates
SuprvrS Muer Farms
SuprvrS Noble Brook Farms Plat No 2
SuprvrS Plat No 13 - Farmington Hills
SuprvrS Plat Of Westhill Woods
SuprvrS Plat Of Wood Creek Farms
Tarabusi Grand River Gardens - Farm. Hls
The Legacy Of Farmington Hills Occpn 2028
Villa-Capri Sub
Villas Of Ramblewood Occpn 274
Wedgewood Commons Sub
West Gate Franklin Village Sub
Westbrooke Manor
Westbrooke Manor No 2
Westbrooke Manor No 3
Westbrooke Manor No 4
Westlake Sub
Westlake Sub No 3
Willowbrook Commons
Woodbrook Sub
Woodcreek Hills Sub No 1
Woodcreek Village Occpn 269
Woodland Pines Condo Occpn 412
Wyndham Place Condo Occpn 567