Traverse City, Michigan, is a city of about 15,000 people in northwest Michigan. It is the major port on the Grand Traverse Bay, an inland harbor of Lake Michigan. With beaches, parks, forests, downhill skiing, vineyards, cherry orchards, and abundant natural beauty, Traverse City attracts many people with advanced degrees and above-average incomes. It offers a wide range of housing opportunities including high-rise apartments, lakefront cottages, and single-family homes in a wide range of prices, sizes, and ages. The town has a large number of homes built before 1940, making it one of the more historic places to live in the U.S.

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