Westland, Michigan, is a city in the southeastern part of the state. It is almost directly between Ann Arbor and Detroit. Many of the homes are built with families in mind, and you can see that when you look at the yard size and the amount of bedrooms. The styles range from traditional ranch to Colonial style and many in between. If you're looking for a small home or a large home, you can find something that fits your needs and taste in Westland.
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Like much of the country, Westland was first inhabited by Native American Tribes. In 1827 the first township was started in the area. Fast forward to today, and there are about 83,000 residents who get to enjoy everything that Westland and the surrounding area has to offer. Westland offers a reminder of history. You can visit the Westland Historical Park to see the Felton Farmhouse, the Collins House, the Octagon House and a lot of historical archives. Westland offers a number of city parks. You can have a picnic, go for a walk, play a sport or just enjoy nature at any of these parks located around town. When you start learning more about Westland, you'll realize that the city officials put great importance in the life of the residents.
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