Boasting unparalleled access to major thoroughfares into and out of Detroit and surrounding suburbs, Bingham Farms is a small area that runs between Franklin Village and Beverly Hills. In contrast, Beverly Hills is one of the largest villages in Oakland County bursting with charm and character.
Both villages emphasize residential living with larger lots and public parks filled with trees and community activities. Bingham Farms got its name from one of its founding families when it was incorporated in 1955. A close-knit residential community, Beverly Hills in particular offers a wide variety of architectural styles.
After a long walk or bike ride, unwind with a favorite novel or magazine by popping into Books A Million, one of the few remaining bookstores in the area. Both Market Square and Market Fresh offer some of the freshest groceries in the area alongside delicious prepared foods. If you don’t feel like cooking, Beverly Hills Grill is a metro-Detroit staple for fine, yet casual dining. And don’t forget a freshmade pie at Achatz Handmade Pie Co.
Beverly Hills boasts two nature preserves: The Douglas Evans Nature Preserve and the Hidden Rivers Nature Preserve, both of which have acres of trails for exploration and exercise. Beverly Park hosts both a concert and movie series in the summer as well as baseball fields and a popular sledding hill.
Birmingham Public Schools serves both villages alongside the city of Birmingham and Franklin Village, and parts of Troy, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township and Southfield. This outstanding educational community is one of the most highly respected in the area, ranking in the top 10 on Niche for both Best School District and Safest School District. Prestigious private schools like the Roeper Institute, Detroit Country Day, and Cranbrook are also easily within reach.
Downtown Birmingham is just a stone's throw away so while you search for your new home, stay in one of our luxury hotels. The Daxton, newly built, is a modern adventure through art and food, boasting one of the most fabulous art collections in the area. For more traditional tastes, check into the Townsend, a Birmingham icon that still features afternoon tea on weekend days and serves American standards at the Rugby Grille. For the more budget-conscious traveler, the Holiday Inn is just blocks from all the hustle and bustle of this energetic little city.
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