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THAT’S $600,000 In Bloomfield Hills Michigan?

What Does $600,000 Get You In Bloomfield Hills Michigan? - So you’re flirting with the idea of finding your next home in the beautiful area of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and you’re wondering how far your dollar can actually go, as one of the most prestigious areas of southeast Michigan. I suggest you take a seat, because I’m about to show you 5 homes in 5 price ranges around $600,000. Let’s get to it.

Bloomfield Hills Michigan is one of those areas that piques a lot of people’s interest, especially for my clients out of state who are coming from areas with a higher cost of living, have a little extra money from the sale of their home, and want to have that luxury or higher end lifestyle they are used to living. Before I tackle these 5 homes, I want to mention a few videos about Bloomfield hills that I have done in the past, pros and cons, why people love it there, etc. all piled in the description to add to your queue.

HOME #1 - $549,000

Starting off with home #1 on the list, located just south of Long Lake Rd and west of Woodward, we have this 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom condo with 2,641 square feet, built in 1988 with a 2 car garage all situated on an end unit. This complex has an HOA fee of $899 a month, but it includes Electricity, Insurance, Maintenance Grounds, Maintenance Structure, Pest Control, Sewer, Snow Removal, Trash, and Water. This $549,000 luxury end unit has wonderful curb appeal, with brick pavers leading up to the front door, the entry just gushes this contemporary elegance, which opens up into a very large living room that lets a lot of natural light in, with a fireplace and two door walls leading out to a secluded patio. Off to the side is the formal dining room table, and stepping back into the kitchen area, we have a smaller dining table, a lengthening kitchen with modern finishes and stainless steel appliances. Along with an adjacent butlers pantry featuring a wine fridge. Stepping over to the stairs, there’s a powder room before heading up. A few bedrooms, a bathroom, Another living space they have upstairs that I believe is one of their bedrooms, a huge primary bathroom, jacuzzi, and walk-in closet, then we step outside to a nice patio and secluded yard that isn’t often offered in condo communities. This complex also allows pets too.

This condo is a great option for someone looking to take advantage of condo and association offerings while be in very close proximity to all the action in Bloomfield hills Michigan.

HOME #2 - $599,000

Moving along to home #2, we are upping the budget a little bit and exploring a single family home. Located south of Long lake rd and west of telegraph rd, we have a 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home with 2,602 square feet, built in 1966, with a 2 car garage situated and just under a half an acre. This home does have a $275 hoa fee as well. Here we have a $599,000 colonial with a nice big driveway and fairly good curb appeal. Stepping through the front door i’d assume we can step off in a few directions. We have the living room that looks kind of virtually staged. For those of you watching, what are your opinions on virtual staging? I have used it a lot in the past for vacant houses to give people a quick sense of how a home could be laid out., then we have the formula dining space, and the kitchen with stainless steel appliances. This home isn’t brand new by any means, but it has an incredible amount of potential to make the changes you may want, I know the trend these days is to lighten up the cabinets, and make the space a little more open feeling. Another little living space off the kitchen with a fireplace, Laundry room off the kitchen, powder room, a green bedroom with a lot of shelving opportunities, the blue room, with double closets, a lighter blue room, with double closets once more, always nice to have some additional storage space. A full bathroom, the primary bedroom, that is incredibly sizable, a pretty outdated bathroom to go with it. And that’s what has me guessing it’s outdated, because that furniture was real fancy, but the bathrooms are like this. Then a finished basement painted white, with a fridge for extra Costco runs. A lot of potential downstairs for sure, along with another bathroom. Jumping to the back deck, a large and private backyard with some nice entertaining possibilities, there’s the driveway and a few aerial shots to give you a nice neighborhood perspective.

HOME #3 - $599,900

Switching it up to home #3, which is just $900 more than the last one, located south of Long Lake Rd and east of Woodward this time. We have this 3 bedroom, 4 bathroom condo, with 2,792 square feet, a 2 car garage, and built in 1980. This condo has an HOA fee of $1625 quarterly, which is $6500, which is conveniently the same as a yearly IRA contribution, the fee includes: Insurance, Maintenance Grounds, Maintenance Structure, Snow Removal, Trash and allows pets. This $599,900 condo is situated in a cul de sac as a luxury end unit. I like this unit because it’s very woodsy, and now just out in the open. The entryway is nice and private, stepping through the front door we are greeted by some statue decor, that opens up into a very blue family room area with a balcony access. Then we have a living room with a lot of natural light and a fireplace., with very tall ceilings and unique lighting fixtures. Then we have this smaller dining space off to the side, I envy people who can have carpet where there’s food, I’d be the clumsy person ruining that within minutes. Then we step out into a four seasons room essentially that overlooks the backyard. Moving into the kitchen with a little eating space off to the side. A lot of counter and cabinet space. A half bathroom nearby, then we have the primary bedroom with wallpaper designs I have honestly never seen before, there’s a unique vibe here to say the least. What does everyone think of it? Comment below. Then we have the primary bathroom with the glass blocks, toilet behind a closed door, and a big skylight with a hanging fan. Next bedroom, a bathroom that gives off a library vibe, then a room at the top of the stairs it looks like, and a back porch that overlooks a private wooded area, and walks into a huge living space, with a lounging space and office, along with a bedroom and bathroom off to the side. Ending this tour with a laundry room.

HOME #4 - $600,000

Moving right along to home #4, For just $100 more at $600,000, we have this single family home located north of Long lake rd. and east of telegraph, there’s not a lot to say about this home, because it’s actually advertised as a tear down for $600,000. Right now it has a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home with just over 3,000 square feet on 1.31 acres. That’s a good chunk of land for Bloomfield hills and as you can see by a few of the surrounding homes, there’s definitely some potential to build up, despite the shell of this home not looking too bad by any means. There’s no images of the inside, as the listing states it’s sold as is, so you could assume the insane may look fairly rough, but nonetheless, I’d be interested to see what happens here, because there’s so much tear down activity happening nearby and renovations to the homes, so I’m sure someone will be in there soon to do the same.

I know this home doesn’t necessarily give you much value, but I wanted to include it to give you a perspective on Bloomfield hills housing market, and how the demand to live in this fine city has placed the prices where they are.

HOME #5 - $629,900

Last but not least we have home #5, located north of long lake road and south of square lake rd. Here we have a 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom home with 3,319 square feet with a two car garage, built in 1965 and situated on 0.79 acres. There is no association on this home and that’s one of the reasons I wanted to include it, because after going through these first few homes you might’ve been thinking, that’s a little much for me or where are the options that don’t have associations, so here you go. Taking a look at the exterior, it’s a brick quad level home. The entry has double doors that open up into a neatly tiled foyer, with a bench off to the side, the stairs to left and kitchen and little dining nook off to the right. Stainless steel appliances, moving over to the formal dining room that’s rocking carpet again. Maybe I’m a slob for thinking that, who knows., with a nice big window letting in natural light, a living room that’s straight ahead from the front door with high ceilings with beams, and another window letting in natural light. Then we step down a level to a family room with what looks like a poker set up off to the side, or what could be anyway, a nice brick fireplace and a doorwall to outside. A little office space to get down to business, a fairly sizeable room, especially once you remove all the big furniture, then we have a laundry room that has quite a bit of space, another bedroom with a door leading outside, Now we head over to a lot more living spaces, with the first bedroom, with a twin bed, but manageable, second room with two twin beds, the next bedroom which looks like it’s more so a full size. Now the primary bedroom doesn't have carpet and this looks to be a queen bed, which opens up into a little make up area and a walk-in closet and bathroom off to the other side. Then a few shots to show the aerial view and the driveway.

That sums up the list of 5 homes in 5 different price points in Bloomfield Hills Michigan. For those of you that watched all the way through, what do you think of the affordability in Bloomfield Hills? Drop your thoughts in the comments below.

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Andrew McManamon is a Michigan REALTOR® with Signature Sotheby’s International Realty and provides real estate services to Buyers, Sellers and Investors throughout SE Michigan including Livingston County, Oakland County, Washtenaw County, Genesee County & beyond. Andrew has become one of the rising stars of Michigan real estate agents. Prior to his real estate career Andrew was responsible for managing a senior living facility in Brighton, Michigan as a dining supervisor and an activities assistant. Andrew’s passion to help people is unlike any other, and he continues to strive to be best resource he can be. Andrew graduated from Cleary University in Howell, Michigan with a double major and currently resides in Brighton, Michigan.


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