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Located in the outskirts of Metro Detroit, Rochester is a small city in the north east side of Oakland County, Michigan. Based on the 2013 census, the city’s population is 12,998. Rochester is a neighbor of Stoney Creek on the northeast corner of the city, and of The Bluffs on the southeast side of the city. Below is a list of Rochester Michigan Real Estate. If you are searching around Rochester Michigan for Homes for Sale look below for homes in the area.
Rochester Michigan Real Estate
Because the city is all-land, with a total area of 3.83 square miles, theRochester Michigan real estate business is always active. Home buyers can also enjoy the fact that the city now has an eastern boundary, thanks to the annexation of a part of the Rochester Hills. The border extends to the side of the Macomb County. The 2010 census showed that the city has occupants comprising of 5,514 households and 3,194 families. The majority of the residents are Caucasians, followed by African Americans and Asians. The rest of the racial makeup of the city are Native Americans and Hispanics, with a few more other races. The gender makeup of the city slightly favors the female by 4%. The city of Rochester, established in 1817, is known for its great architecture. More than 20 buildings in the city’s Main Street are over 50 years old. Most of them are also included in the State Register of Historic Places list. Some of the most prominent architectures in Rochester are the Opera House (built in 1890), theRollin Sprague Building (built in 1849), and the Rochester Grain Elevator(built in 1880). Rochester also offers a number of parks and recreation to the locals and travelers alike. The Pain Creek and Clinton River Trails is one of these places where recreational activities like biking are ever-present. The city also boasts of the Paint Creek Center for the Arts, a non-profit center that promotes artistic excellence by Michigan artists.
Rochester MI Homes for Sale
The city may be small, but it still possesses a vibrant vibe. Rochester is also known for its busy downtown shopping district. Every Saturday of May to October, The Farmer’s Market, with its fresh produce, flowers, and Michigan products, is open to all. The downtown area is also the place to be for the city’s multiple festivals, like the MI Earthday Festival, Music in the Park (every Thursday, in the summer), and Dancing in the Streets (every August). The city also features the Art & Apples Festival that takes place the weekend after the Labor Day celebration. Aside from these annual festivities, the city also holds scheduled, traditional civic events for all ages. Possibly the most popular of these events is the Rockin’ Rods that happens every August. The event features hundreds of unique and rare vehicles, both local and imported. These vibrant activities in Rochester make ads like Rochester MI homes for sale attract a great number of prospective buyers. Houses in Rochester vary. Some are small, starter homes, while others are old, established, huge houses. To help you find your perfect Rochester home, get in touch with a local Rochester real estate agent.
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