Huron Township is a community is named after the scenic Huron River, and for the Native American Indian tribe that used to reside in the area. The township located in the southwest corner of Wayne County.
Today Huron Township’s land is primarily utilized for agricultural means, such as nursery, greenhouse stock and sod production.
Living or owning a business in Huron Township has endless perks, one being easy access to the interstates 275 and 94. Shopping centers such as the Novi Shopping District and downtown Detroit are easily accessible from these freeways.
Another benefit of living in this community is easy access to Willow Metro Park. This park offers the opportunity to golf, hike, swim, and play various outdoor sports.
Huron Township is a city that offers rustic country-living at it’s best. It’s a rarity and major plus for one to be able to own a farm and horses, and yet be only moments away reaping the benefits of an industrialized city.
Universities, such as the University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan, are also within commuting distance of Huron Township. The two universities are two of the country’s finest schools, and both are within half hour drive. This Wayne County area also offers residents the choice of seven other universities, seven colleges and ten different community colleges.
When it comes to living, Huron Township also offers a multitude of architectural styles to cater any home buyer’s vision. Individuals can purchase an older home, with up to three bedrooms, one bathroom, a square footage of 1,200 feet starting at a mere $155,000. But that’s only one example, as we recommend contacting local realtors for the best deals in the area.