Explore Southeast Michigan

Milford, MI Real Estate, Homes For Sale, School & Area Information

Find the perfect home for sale in Milford, Michigan. Let RE/MAX Michigan help you locate Milford, MI real estate, as well as condos and townhomes.

Milford Area Insight

  • Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to shake it up in Milford on Thursday, July 25, starting at 7:00 pm with Steve King and the Ditties. The band has been playing around town since the 1970's. They have some great music and a few laughs thrown in.

    Central Park is the place to be on Thursday evenings in Milford, the town is alive with people and pets of all ages. If the weather holds up it will be a perfect night to pack a cooler, grab a chair or blanket and head to the park. A few of the local restaurants serve food and non alcoholic drinks and the bands usually have a space set up to sell their wares; t-shirts, hoodies, jewelry, etc. It's also fun just to "people watch" or meet up with friends. A limited amount of alcohol is allowed in the park.

    Milford has plenty of parking near Kroger, the YMCA or the library if you like to walk otherwise get there early to find a spot in the park. Personally, I think the best way to do it is to load your bike, park at the lot on GM Road, ride through Kensington then ride to the concert.
    Don't forget to stop for ice cream at Milford House!
  • Join in the carefree summer atmosphere in Central Park tonight at 7:00 pm for Milford's free concert series. The new amphitheatre will host Paisley Fogg, who have been playing local venues for the past nine years. The band plays 60's music, a little bit of the British invasion, Janis and Grace, some American psychedelic music, and 3 part harmony folk, a great mix. Brothers David, Keith and Tom began their career in a Bay City basement, picked up a few more members and have been playing ever since. Alcohol is allowed during the concert and must be in a 64 oz or less container. Bring a chair (preferably a beach chair) or blanket and get ready for a great evening. Enjoy!
  • If you're the creative type and would like to get together with a great group of artists to learn new techniques, listen to area artists on how they create their wares, learn how to market your art, or just for a good time please join us at the next meeting in Milford. The April guest speaker is Steven Kade. Hope you can make it.

    Event: Art Lecture - Stephen Kade - Illustrator
    Date and Time: Wednesday, April 22nd - 7:30 p.m.
    Location: Milford Presbyterian Church, Fellowship Hall
    238 N. Main Street, Milford, MI, 48331
    Description: The Village Fine Arts Association (VFAA) invites the public to hear our guest speaker, Stephen Kade speak about his varied career as a graphic designer/muralist/illustrator and art teacher. He is inspired by his travels and uses a diverse body of reference to create colorful and whimsical illustrations for the young and young at heart. A featured artist of the 2011 Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair, Stephen has a BFA in Illustration from The Center for Creative Studies where he teaches. Check him out at www.stephenkade.com. VFAA informational meetings are free and open to everyone interested in the Milford area art scene and are on the fourth Wednesday of each month, January through October. Come for the membership meeting at 7:30 p.m. or come for the lecture only at 8:00 p.m. www.milfordvfaa.org

    For more information: email contactus@milfordvfaa.org or call Susan Gollon at 248-421-3337
  • For anyone seeking a beautiful city with access to great locations for outdoor activities, Milford should be high on your list of options. Situated near Troy, Ann Arbor, and Detroit on the banks of the Huron River, residents of Milford are proud of its low crime rates, including no reported murder or manslaughters in 2012.

    For outdoor enthusiasts, this village offers everything from skating rinks in the winter to beautiful beaches on Kent Lake in the summertime. It's also home to an extensive trail system, perfect for walkers and joggers, bikers and skaters, and even people on horseback.
  • A town steep in tradition, also values honoring its Veterans. Every year Milford does a spectacular job saluting our Veterans on Memorial Day.
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Milford.
    Milford, MI
    Every town has its "watering hole" or "local gathering place" and Milford is no exception. The Red Dog, having been a fixture in the town of Milford, has the town's true mascot! The bars "red dog" above the door has been seated atop the door for decades!
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Milford.
    Milford, MI
    Another benefit of living in the Milford area is the newer YMCA; the Carls Family YMCA. The YMCA supports youth development with camps, training, sports, lessons, education, leadership and much more! Live a healthy lifestyle as a member of the Carls Family YMCA with their many sports, swimming and lessons and exercise classes. They also promote volunteering by supporting many causes, such as Stuff a Backpack and Toys for Tots! Make sure to call and take a tour!
  • Kensington is filled with year round family fun! Summertime brings us swimming, biking and picnics. Springtime brings us new baby animals to the farm, gorgeous scenery and jogging. Fall brings Michigan color to the trees, amazing sunsets, football games in the many fields and baseball on the diamonds. Winter brings sledding, ice skating and snowmen abound. Kensington has been home to many family picnics, reunions, field trips and even weddings. They have a farm, a nature center, picnic areas, baseball diamonds, a boat area and the 4th of July fireworks every year! Conveniently located off the express way and Milford Road.

Have a Question?

Nearby Real Estate Offices

    RE/MAX Platinum

    6870 Grand River Ave
    Brighton, MI 48114

    RE/MAX Commercial Brokers

    6870 Grand River Ave
    Brighton, MI 48114

    RE/MAX Platinum

    11500 Highland Rd
    Hartland, MI 48353