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Michigan is the Midwest home of motors and Motown in the Great Lakes region of America.
The capital is Lansing but its biggest and most famous city is Detroit, still synonymous with the automotive industry to this day. The revitalised Lafayette Park area – with buildings designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe – is a landscaped area hub of modern high-rise living and a younger generation of entrepreneurs are helping to forge a new future for this city.
Yet it is beyond both Lansing and Detroit where you’ll find Michigan’s real marvels. High quality mansions looking out over Lake Superior – in the upper of the state’s two peninsulas - attract the biggest price tags, and for good reason. Granot Loma – a 1920s 26,000 square foot log mansion – recently went on the market for $40 million.
Holland, meanwhile, on the southern peninsula, is home to a number of mansions that make the most of its position overlooking Lake Michigan while further up the coast Charlevoix is a beautiful boating resort with picturesque properties to match.
Inland, Oakland County is among the ten most affluent counties in the US, with West Bloomfield and Bloomfield Hills catering for buyers after a spot of high end luxury. The Bloomfield Township, within Bloomfield Hills, is known for its fine properties, private lakes and stunning scenery – making it one of the most expensive and sought-after addresses in the whole state.
Access to ocean breezes has long been seen as a tonic for many of the things that ail us, and it’s true that nothing soothes the soul quite like the sea.
It’s hard to argue with the appeal of a woodland view. And studies have shown that living in close proximity to forested land has major benefits, both for your health and for your sense of well-being.
From a beachside estate in St. Barthelemy to a sprawling mansion on 67 acres in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, these are this month’s four featured notable properties for sale over $23 million.
Zillow is reporting there are now 218 U.S. cities with a typical home value of at least $1 million, up by three localities over the past year.
Real estate consulting firm Miller Samuel Inc. has compiled a list of the most expensive residential real estate deals of the year.
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