Properties Of Auburn Hills City

Deposit Taken

3107 Caroline
Auburn Hills

1030 sq.ft

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms


$ 0


2658 Genes Drive
Auburn Hills

1473 sq.ft

3 Bedrooms

1.5 Bathrooms

2 Garage

$ 139900

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310 N Vista
Auburn Hills

1571 sq.ft

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

1 Garage

$ 174900


2840 Davison Avenue
Auburn Hills

1100 sq.ft

2 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

Carport Garage

$ 109900

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Located in Oakland County in southeast Michigan, the city of Auburn Hills (formerly known as Pontiac Township) is a suburb of Detroit. First settled in 1821, the city of Auburn Hills wasn't incorporated until 1983. The city is found along the Clinton River as well as Interstate 75. Located within the city limits is The Palace of Auburn Hills - home of the National Basketball Association's Detroit Pistons. However, there are many other things for which Auburn Hills is well known. Also found within the city are the headquarters of several extremely popular corporations, in addition to the marvelous Great Lakes Crossing Outlets shopping mall.

It is estimated that nearly 22,700 people currently reside in Auburn Hills. The city has a total area of 16.64 miles, according to the United States Census Bureau - making the population density approximately 1,364.2 inhabitants per square mile. Although Auburn Hills is very technologically advanced, highly popular, and just outside of one of Michigan's biggest cities, the prices of real estate are still below the statewide averages. The median home price in Auburn Hills is approximately $113,600, while the median rent price is approximately $940.

The median household income in Auburn Hills is nearly $53,000 per year - approximately the same as the national average. A majority of the city's employed residents work at least 35 hours (or more) per week. The unemployment rate in the city is 6.8%, which is slightly lower than the statewide average. The poverty level is only 12.7% - about 18% lower than the national average.

Auburn Hills has an endless list of possible places to visit and things to do. Though a stop by The Palace of Auburn Hills tops the list of many people, there are numerous other fun and interesting places within the city's walls that are certainly worth a visit. The Great Lakes Crossing Outlets mall is the largest enclosed shopping mall in Michigan, with 185 shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. Located inside of the Great Lakes Crossing mall, but still worth a visit, are the Sea Life Michigan Aquarium and LEGOLAND Discovery Center Michigan. Also very popular, especially among the young ones, is Pump It Up - an inflatable entertainment complex, with extra rooms for rent for birthday parties. For those who are interested in history, classic cars, or both - the Walter P. Chrysler museum is a must see! Spanning three floors, the museum gives a bit of a glimpse into the history of the automotive industry, and has some of the most incredible classic cars in the world.

In addition to the countless interesting things to do or see in Auburn Hills, the city is also home to several company headquarters. Though the city itself isn't necessarily big in area, it certainly is big in the corporate world. Auburn Hills is home to: The world headquarters of Chrysler, Guardian Industries, and BorgWarner; the American headquarters of GKN Driveline; and the North American headquarters of Faurecia and Volkswagen/Audi. Approved by the city in 1985, the Oakland Technology Park was constructed by developers with the help of Oakland University, as a technology and research park. Well known companies such as Chrysler, Comerica, and Electronic Data Systems (EDS) have campuses located there.

Three different school districts serve parts of the city. The Avondale School District has two elementary schools in Auburn Hills: Auburn Elementary School and R. Grant Graham Elementary School. Residents of the Avondale School District attend Auburn Middle School in Rochester Hills and Avondale High School in Auburn Hills. And although it is located in Auburn Hills, the Will Rogers Elementary School is a Pontiac School District school. Nearby private schools include Auburn Hills Christian School, Notre Dame Preparatory/Marist Academy, Pontiac, Michigan, and Oakland Christian School. Oakland Community College, Baker College, and Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School are all located in Auburn Hills, as is the main campus of Oakland University, also.

As they are an important part of the community, the city of Auburn Hills has a number of parks and recreational areas. Clinton River Trail is a walkway that spans sixteen miles and through several cities, including Auburn Hills. The portion of the trail that runs through Auburn Hills is slightly over two miles long and perfect for walking, jogging, or biking. Another stunning area is River Woods Park, located near downtown Auburn Hills. This park is made up of a system of trails, including a path right over Clinton River - and also includes heated restrooms, several barbecue grills and picnic areas, play structures, and four basketball courts. Civic Center Park has a number of trails, as well as picnic areas and a fishing pond, a shelter house with a indoor fireplace, play structures and swings, a disc golf course, tennis courts, and a softball field. Auburn Hills Skate Park offers a place for riders of any age to practice skateboarding, inline skating, or BMX biking. Finally, one of the most popular parks in the city for families is Dennis Dearing Jr. Memorial Park. This park has a firemen themed area for younger children, swings, picnic areas, and plenty of open space.

In addition to the parks and recreational areas open to the public, there are also aspects of Auburn Hills centered around the best interests of the residents. The city is home to Auburn Hills Medical Clinic and Opdyke Family Medical Clinic. Also found within the city are: Auburn Hills Eye Care, Acupuncture and Chinese Health Clinic, St. Joseph's Sleep Disorder Center, a sports rehabilitation center, and a substance abuse rehabilitation center. The Auburn Hills Public Library is open six days a week and provides a wonderful learning environment, offering children and teens small rewards as incentives to encourage more reading. Finally, public transportation in Auburn Hills includes the SMART bus. Aside from the normal fixed bus routes, SMART also provides an advanced reservation service for an affordable price. With endless entertainment and learning options as well as historic appeal - Auburn Hills is an incredible place!