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The City of Northville has retained its Victorian charm with many historic homes, old-fashioned street lamps and benches.

Homes in the Northville Township are relatively new. Over 75% of these homes have been built since 1970; almost one-half since 1980.clock.downtown.jpg

One of the favorite places for residents and visitors to enjoy is the Mill Race Village. The Northville Historical Society has gathered historic buildings from the area and restored them into a living museum. Other popular landmarks are the Northville Water Wheel and the Northville Well that still supplies refreshing, springwater.

The Northville community is well situated for those who want to "get away from it all" but want the convenience of being relatively close to downtown Detroit, Ann Arbor, and the airport.

Northville is one of the more affluent communities in the Wayne/Oakland Counties. Its residents are well educated and earn above the County average. Over 50% of the community's households earn over $50,000 per year.

In spite of Northville's relative affluence, most students attend the Northville Public Schools rather than private schools, a tribute to the quality of its public school system.

The Northville community is dedicated to being a charming, attractive place to live and achieves this goal by maintaining its small town heritage and surrounding scenic wealth.