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This prestigious community located just twenty-five miles from Detroit offers a quiet and exclusive atmosphere to its nearly 4,000 residents.
Bloomfield Hills offers world-renowned educational opportunities. It is home to Cranbrook Schools, a private pre-K-12 preparatory institution whose famous graduates include ABC News Anchor Bob Woodruff, Senator Alan K. Simpson, and Presidential candidate Mit Romney. The campus also features the Cranbrook House and Gardens, Institute of Science and Art Museum.
Other nationally-recognized private schools in Bloomfield Hills include Brother Rice High School, Marion High School, Detroit Country Day and The Roeper School.
Perks of living here include the magnificent Baldwin Library which features support for schoolwork, 9,000 e-books and downloable audio books as well as 800 events and classes every year.
Not every community can claim it produced more than one Olympian. The Detroit Skating Club is recognized the world over for its staff which consists mainly of former international or world class skaters and coaches. The DSC has produced over thirty-five medalists at the national, world and Olympic level of competition.
Many residents hold positions with the major automakers or other large companies in Metro Detroit. Some of Detroit’s professional athletes even reside here.
And those power positions have helped rank Bloomfield Hills as one of the top five wealthiest cities in the United States. About 49% of the residential property in Bloomfield Hills has a value over $1,000,000.
Even the Target store here is upscale, with underground parking and an escalator to the main floor. Shoppers here also enjoy Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods Market.
Great eats in Bloomfield Hills include Northern Lakes Seafood Company, The Moose Preserve, Square Lake Deli, and Sushi Hana.
And while Bloomfield Hills may be tucked away in a quiet corner of Oakland County, is it accessible to major expressways, and only a forty mile drive to Metro Airport. In case you have to fly your little skater off to the next Olympics.