Although there may be discrepancy and misconceptions over what the 1969 incorporated city is named for, there’s no disputing the beauty that is Novi, Michigan. Situated in Oakland County, 25 miles northwest of Detroit’s center, Novi is home to more than 55,000 people. Novi spans 31.28 square miles, including stunning waterfront homes on Walled Lake.
📊 Market Snapshot
Just Listed Novi
The Novi Area
Novi celebrates its history with several historic sites such as the Historic Township Hall, which was moved twice to preserve its integrity. Its original foundation was on Novi Road, then moved to Novi Library Property, and then to the site of the Jacob and Rebecca Fuerst Farmstead. Tollgate farm, The Colonel Samuel White Homestead, and a portion of the original Novi Depot are also on the list of historic landmarks in Novi. But it’s future is also bright.
One of the fastest growing cities in Michigan, Novi showcases homes from yesteryear as well as impressive new construction. The city is booming with small businesses and big corporations, big box retail shops and high-end specialty boutiques. Novi is also proud to be home to some of the regions largest healthcare systems. Additionally, Novi is in close proximity to several golf courses and country clubs.
There are four school districts servicing students in Novi including Novi Community Schools, Northville Public Schools, South Lyon Community Schools, and Walled Lake Consolidated School District. Furthermore, Novi is the home of Walsh College, the Art Institute of Michigan, and South University.
Neighboring Novi are the municipalities of Walled Lake, Wixom, Lyon Township, Northville, Northville Township, Commerce Township and Farmington Hills. Within Novi is the township of Novi.
Novi receives about 30 inches of rain per year and 32 inches of snow. Summer high temperatures reach about 83 degrees with winter lows around 16 degrees.
Median household income in Novi, Michigan is around $82,000. Median home prices are about $238,151.
Novi, Michigan represents lakeside living at its best, with an appreciation for the past and celebration of the future.
The best source of information about local communities and real estate topics is your real estate agent. Give Joshua Norber of the Norber Real Estate Group a call today at 248-785-3737 to learn more about the area, discuss selling your house, or tour available homes for sale.