Richland Gardens subdivision is located in Farmington Hills Michigan between Grand River Avenue and Shiawassee and it borders Middlebelt Road on the west and Oxford Avenue on the east as well as the border of the Beaumont Hospital in Farmington Hills. This collection of 360 homes were built between 1920 and 2008 and features one quarter to half acre lots.
There is quite a mixture of colonial and ranch homes as they range from 500 sq. ft. to 2,300 sq. ft., 2-4 bedrooms and 1-2 ½ bathrooms. There are some buildable lots still available in Richland Gardens. These homes, because of their age, have various updates and renovations, while lower priced homes may need to undergo the renovations needed to increase the value. In any case, the opportunities are endless in Richland Gardens. Whether you are choosing an investment property, rental, starter home, retirement home, or you’re looking to build, there is always something available in this large subdivision.
Schools & Nearby
Residents are part of the Farmington Public School District and are served by Lanigan Elementary School, East middle school, and beginning in the fall of 2019, Farmington High School. These schools are between 1.6 and 3.5 miles from most homes in Richland Gardens.
Right around the corner just off of West 9 Mile Road is the West River Center with a movie theater, Target, shops, restaurants, markets, and more. Within the neighborhood is the Old Town Park featuring tennis courts, sports fields, and a green space. This is within two blocks of the Beaumont Hospital and with easy access to Grand River Avenue, M-5, and the I- 696 interchange is just a few minutes to the west.
For more information on homes for sale or rent in Richland Gardens, please see active listings below or s contact me at 248-752-3088 to schedule a showing.