Everyone is Your Neighbor in Quaint Milan, MI
Quiet, tree-lined streets, beautiful parks, and friendly neighbors await in Milan, while miles of beautiful open countryside surround. Declared the “unsung jewel” of Washtenaw County by the Ann Arbor News, Milan is the perfect blend of historic downtown shops and businesses, small-town charm, and farmland of grazing cows and horses. For those seeking a little town that has it all, there’s no better place than Milan, MI. Come explore.
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Spotlights of Milan
The heart of Milan is its charming little town center and commercial district. Beautiful historic architecture lines the streets, housing a wide assortment of shops, restaurants, and businesses perfect for exploring on an afternoon stroll.
There's always something happening in Milan! In the spring, there's BLOOM, and summertime brings 3rd Thursdays and the Route 23 Craft Beer Walk. Pop-up markets come to life at Pop on Main Street, and even winter doesn't stop the action, thanks to Let's Chill Winterfest.
It's not hard to get outside and enjoy beautiful weather in Milan. Over 200 acres of maintained parkland offer ball fields, walking and biking trails, scenic natural areas with river views, and even a community center that hosts programs and activities throughout the year.
Milan at a Glance
Ann Arbor: 15 miles, about 25 min
Ann Arbor Airport: 13 miles, about 20 min
Detroit: 45 miles, about 45 min
Major Roads: US-23
Population (2014): 5,950
Population Growth Since 2000: +24.6%
County: Washtenaw, Monroe
Zip Code: 48160
Mean Home Price (2013): $236,365
Living in Milan
Milan is a charming and fun town to visit... but what's it really like to live here? Here's what life's really like in Milan.
While Ann Arbor might be a bit notorious for its high home prices, Milan's real estate is much more affordable. It offers a good mix of homes—from cozy and affordable to elegant and luxurious—and there are options for both suburban and more rural living. Single-family houses are most popular, and while townhomes aren't common, it is possible to find them.
Though Milan itself is a small community, it's right on the edge of the larger cities of Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor—which means there are quite a few employment opportunities close to home. Some of the largest employers in Washtenaw County include the University of Michigan, Trinity Health, General Motors, Faurecia North America, and Thomson Reuters.
Students in Milan are served by Milan Area Schools, a district noted for its academics, its extracurriculars, and its health and safety. In fact, this district has been named among Michigan's best districts for athletics, for safety, and for overall performance...leading Milan to be named among Michigan suburbs with the best schools.
Shopping, dining, parks, trails—Milan has something for everyone. It might be a quaint country town, but that doesn't mean you have to drive to Ann Arbor every time you need to shop or feel like dining out. Downtown Milan has plenty of local stores, businesses, and restaurants, but there are also a number of larger businesses along Main and Dexter streets.
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