Macomb County

Homes for Sale in Macomb County, MI by Price

Diverse, Affordable Living & Bountiful Opportunities Await in Macomb County

For those seeking proximity to Detroit, affordable living, and diverse living options, look no farther than Macomb County, MI. With plenty of restaurants, entertainment venues, parks, and even shoreline, there’s plenty to do and see here, as well as bountiful opportunity for employment and career changes or starts in the city of Detroit itself. Come explore life in Macomb County and find your place amid its rolling countryside, quaint towns, and bustling cities.

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Why Do Residents Choose Macomb County?

Proximity to Detroit—With Options for Affordable City & Country Living

Macomb County sits directly north of Detroit, making it an easy commute into a world of possibilities for employment and enjoyment. Housing is highly affordable, with many homes falling below $100,000, and even more options below $200,000. Additionally, the county is a diverse range of city and countryside living as it is home to three of Michigan’s most populous cities—Warren, Sterling Heights, and Clinton Township, as well as plenty of countryside towns, villages, and unincorporated communities.

Bountiful Parks & Recreation

With over 130 parks and 12,000 acres of parkland, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the great outdoors—any season of the year. Hiking, biking, skiing, snowmobiling, picnicking, kite-flying, and more can be found throughout the county. Additionally, Macomb County is home to 34 miles of shoreline and over 100 marinas, offering fishing, boating, swimming, and watersports, just to name a few. Kayaking, canoeing, and waterfront restaurants can be found along the Clinton River, and over 25 golf courses offer a challenge for players of all levels.

Rich Community & Lots of Events

No matter your age, you’ll find a way to connect with the community of Macomb County! Events throughout the year range from seasonal Farmer’s Markets to holiday celebrations and festivities to family-oriented festivals and barbecues. There are charity events and fundraisers, cultural music and food festivals, and more!

Endless Arts & Entertainment

There’s so much to do in Macomb County—even if you’re not enjoying a day at the lake or a beautiful park. There are plenty of restaurants, both national chain eateries and unique local establishments, as well as plenty of bars, pubs, and taverns, many of which offer live music and entertainment. A plethora of entertainment options can be found especially in Mount Clemens, Clinton Township, and Sterling Heights. There’s also minor league baseball to enjoy at Jimmy John’s Field, nationally-renowned performers at the outdoor amphitheatre Freedom Hill, and even a few unique microbreweries to enjoy.

Macomb County Attractions

What's Nearby?

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Quick Facts

Population (2014): 860,112
Population (2000): 788,149
County Seat: Mt. Clemens
Public Education: Macomb Intermediate School District

Major Highways

I-94: Northeast–southwest into Detroit
I-696: East–west through Detroit
MI-59: East–west through metro Detroit
MI-53: North–south through metro Detroit

Top Attractions

Lake St. Clair Metropark
Walter Cline Wetzel State Park
Jimmy John’s Field
Freedom Hill Amphitheater

Macomb County Real Estate

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Based on information from the MichRIC Board of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service through 05/18/24 11:51 AM.