Home to a population of just over 12,000 people, New Baltimore, Michigan's 6.7 square miles in Macomb County is proud to be part of Metropolitan Detroit. The historic area and coastal resort community's average home price of just $160,340 and low crime rate makes it an ideal place for many to raise a family. In fact, nearly 72 percent of the area's households are family units.
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Students from New Baltimore, Michigan attend Anchor Bay School District, which is home to eight elementary schools, two middle schools and a high school. The district also includes an early childhood center, a top-ranked learning center and an aquatic center. Local college students attend Ross Medical Education Center-New Baltimore within city limits. They might also choose to take classes at Baker College of Clinton Township or Macomb Community College, both of which are within 20 miles of New Baltimore. Many of the city's working population do so within Detroit's limits or one of the surrounding cities.
Temperatures in New Baltimore, Michigan are cold in the winter and warm in the summer. In January, residents can expect lows in the teens and highs in the low 30s, and in July, they usually see temperatures between the low 60s and low 80s. New Baltimore sits along Lake St. Clair's Anchor Bay, which offers residents a popular public park, a beach and a downtown shopping district. Many people choose to rent an electric bike for a guided tour of the lake's surrounding beauty. Nearby Pankiewicz Cider Mill & Farm Market allows you to watch them make fresh cider each Saturday, and you can pick fresh produce in the late summer and fall months. If you have an adventurous side, check out Landslide Skate Park, or if you prefer arts and culture, Anton Art Center provides exhibits and educational programming. If you'd love to live a lake resort lifestyle for a more affordable price, consider New Baltimore, Michigan. Get started by browsing our local home listings.