Are you thinking of relocating to Hartland Michigan? Hartland is really outside of the true Metro Detroit area. It is ideally located on the US-23 corridor. The community is just north of Brighton between Flint and Ann Arbor (north and south) Then between Lansing to the west and Detroit to the east. So if you are a split family that your spouse is working in one direction and you are working in another Hartland may be a place to look at. It is a good hour to Metro Airport. It would be quicker to get to Flint's airport.
It is not a large community. As of the census of 2000, there were 10,996 people, 3,696 households, and 3,108 families residing in the Hartland Township. I would call it a semi-rural community. You will find a small town atmosphere. There is no true centralized downtown. M-59 has many stores and restaurants on it so I would call M-59 the main drag of Hartalnd. If you are moving to Michigan Livingston County where Hartland is located is still quite rural. It is an area that you will find homes with a little more space and very reasonable priced homes. Hartland Consolidated School District is composed of a number of schools. Their athletic teams are known as the Hartland Eagles, and they compete as a member of the Kensington Lakes Activities Association.
Whether you are looking for a home in a subdivision or a home with some elbow room you can find it here. You can find yourself a farm, or a home with 5-10 acres. Maybe you are looking for a home with a pole barn on it? There are some of those properties too. There are a few small lakes in the community so you may even be able to find a lake home. Long Lake has many beautiful homes in a subdivision atmosphere. There are so many choices in Hartland real estate! If you would like a Hartland relocation guide email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hartland Township was founded in 1836, Hartland Township has never developed into a mega city because of it's distance from metro Detroit. As Metro Detroit continues to grow I think you will see that change. It has maintained its small town charm while offering amenities for modern living. Centrally located between Detroit, Lansing, Flint and Ann Arbor, the Township offers direct access to I-696, and 23 expressways for convenient commutes back and forth.. The choice of rural, suburban and lake living makes Hartland Township a premier lifestyle option for those working in any of the nearby southeastern Michigan business hubs.
The Township is recognized regionally as one of area’s most welcoming and engaged communities. The community’s outstanding schools and extensive youth sports programs make it an ideal place to raise a family. A progressive library, beautiful township parks and an active Senior Center, the township appeals to all age groups and generations. You will still find active farms in Hartland too.
Many buyers seek out Hartland to get away from urban issues. They want a safe place to live with out the hustle and bustle of Metro Detroit. They want less traffic, but also a feeling of safety. Fire and emergency services for Hartland residents are provided by the Hartland Deerfield Fire Authority. This organization has been serving Hartland for more than 86 years. The Fire Authority is responsible for 80 square miles, including 15 miles of interstate freeway and state roadways.
The median home value in 2013 is $212,300. Hartland home values have gone up 11.2% over the past year (2014) and they predict that they will rise 3.0% in 2015. The median list price per square foot in Hartland is $130. The median price of homes currently listed is $237,900 while the median price of homes that sold is $219,000 (2014).
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