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Think you have a packed calendar? The city of Farmington hosts so many events each year, its slogan is: “It’s Happening!”

One of Farmington’s most popular happenings is the Harvest Moon Festival. This event is a farewell to summer that embraces Autumn treats like seasonal food, cider, artisan ales, wine and music.

In addition to the Harvest Moon Festival, Farmington brings residents and visitors together for Holly Days, Ladies Night Out, the Farmington Founder’s Festival, Art on the Grand, and Scarecrows Among Us.

Sundquist Pavilion in Riley Park is the site of many events, as well as the weekly farmer’s and artisan’s market and free Friday night concerts all summer.

There are over 160 places to dine and shop in Farmington including favorites like Cedar’s Family Restaurant, Basement Burger Bar, Thai Kitchen, Dagwood Deli, Peterlin’s, The Village Mall, TJ Maxx, Bargain Books and Salon Legato.

Many downtown restaurants have outdoor seating so guests can enjoy people watching in warmer months.

The downtown area is also known for its historic architecture and charm. Main Street is lined with several unique buildings, including the landmark Civic Theater.

The Civic is one of only a few operating old fashioned movie houses in our area. It originally opened in 1940 and has been restored to its former glory including plush seat seating and Art Deco blade marquee. The Civic  shows popular movies at bargain prices. It is proud to be the #2 ranked movie theater by ClickonDetroit’s Vote 4 The Best. And many say they have the best popcorn around.

The Farmington school district is comprised of nine elementary schools, two middle schools, and four high schools. It serves over 11,000 students and district boundaries cover Farmington, Farmington Hills, and part of West Bloomfield.

Students are regularly recognized for their hard work with All State Academic and National Merit Awards. Seven Farmington schools are Michigan Blue Ribbon Exemplary Schools and three are National Blue Ribbon Exemplary Schools.

Other points of pride for the city include plentiful parks (Shiawassee Park, Drake Park, Women’s Park, Memorial Park, and Downtown Riley Park), the Farmington Community Library, and the Governor Warner Museum.

Residents also enjoy amenities in nearby Farmington Hills such as the ice arena, (home of the Farmington Hills Figure Skating Club), the Farmington Hills Nature Center, dog park, skate park and Farmington Hills Library.

Housing options range from historic homes, townhouses, condominiums, apartments, and modest homes on small neighborhood lots to modern subdivisions in the western end of town.

Farmington’s location in southern Oakland County near several major expressways makes it easily accessible to most sections of Metro Detroit.



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  • $196,043 Average Listing Price
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