A glamourous and scenic town to call home
The stunning, secluded enclave known as better resembles an exclusive, rural retreat than it does a prominent suburb.
Spacious, wooded lots accommodate an impressive array of homes. The housing includes large, opulent estates and a mix of modern, colonial, and Tudor styles.
Adding to its reputation for eclectic housing, Bloomfield Hills also hosts the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed . Wright's first Michigan-based project is also one of the most recognized examples of the famed architect’s Usonia structures. The home is also one of Michigan's most significant buildings.
With a median sales price north of $500,000, Bloomfield Hills is home to many Eastern Michigan power brokers, including C-suite executives and professional sports principals and athletes.
With a total population of just under 4,500, the community ranks as one of the wealthiest in Michigan.
Bloomfield Hills’ appeal lies in its near-exclusive zoning for single-family housing and educational and religious establishments. There is, however, a small, yet bustling business district at the intersection of Woodward Avenue and East Long Lake Road.
Here you'll find , a throwback restaurant serving upscale comfort food. Across Woodward Avenue is , a high-end surf and turf restaurant adjacent to the Hilton DoubleTree hotel.
Bloomfield Hills serves as the home for the , a National Historic Landmark that includes the public Cranbrook Art Museum and its stunning, modern gallery spaces and the beautiful Cranbrook House and Gardens.
Together with the Cranbrook School, the Academy of Art, and the Institute of Science, the campus is known collectively for its standout architecture, which includes Art Deco and nods to the British Arts and Crafts movement.
Bloomfield Hills also has a proud sporting tradition, evident in its three private golf courses, including . There is also the private , which features equestrian, swimming, and tennis facilities.
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