Clinton Township is a charter township in Michigan. It is a peaceful community with a range of homes for sale for both the conservative and luxurious budget. There are several suburban-style subdivisions with smaller 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom homes available as well as plenty of sizeable lots over half a square acre-a range that reflects the economic diversity of the area. This beautiful community has more parks and recreational areas than any other township in Michigan, so there is never a shortage of things to do in Clinton Township.
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One of 137 charter townships in the state of Michigan, Clinton Township has its own government, which grants it more flexibility in organization. This, plus its close proximity to the larger city of Detroit, makes it the perfect place for those who want to live closer to the city but don't want to actually live there or within the jurisdiction of a larger county. You can find 12 different recreational areas in Clinton Township, one of which is the recently added Clinton Township Arboretum. The place is filled with lush forested spots as well as lots of fresh, young trees that will someday grow to be around one hundred feet tall. Citizens can purchase a tree here and have a commemorative plaque installed. All contributions further the addition of more trees and plants to the arboretum, which sprawls between neighborhoods.
Clinton Township has a lot to offer its residents, with events, sports tournaments, volunteer opportunities, and other ways to engage with the community year-round. One annual event that draws a crowd is the Festival of the Senses, a two-day event where people can enjoy art of all mediums. Festival-goers can enjoy a full schedule of local, live music. There are also a lot of interactive activities, so everyone can really get involved in the artistic process. Aside from the local activities, the citizens of Clinton Township get to enjoy some special benefits, such as discounted tickets to the Detroit Zoo and Cedar Point. Citizens can also apply for a Recreation Passport, which allows access to all recreational areas, state parks, and boat launches. The $11 paid for the Recreation Passport supports the preservation of these important places. All of these amenities, as well as a beautiful setting, make Clinton Township a really unique and fun place to live. Browse our listings to find the perfect place to call home.