Huntington Woods is a small, appealing community located adjacent to Ferndale and Royal Oak on the Woodward Corridor and just south of Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills.
Known as “the city of homes,” Huntington Woods is a family-oriented walkable community featuring single-family homes in a variety of architectural styles. With a total of less than 6,500 residents, this neighborhood offers an incredible wealth of opportunities for people of all ages to engage at the library, community center, and via programming by the parks and recreation departments.
Given the focus on neighbors, family, and building community in the neighborhood itself, you’ll want to explore neighboring suburbs for a variety of options for eating, drinking, and shopping. Explore curated grocery and prepared food selections at Holiday Market in Royal Oak, or Westborn Market in Ferndale. If you don’t feel like cooking, dip into Ronin for sushi, try the taco of the month at Imperial, or take in pizza with a twist and live music at Otus Supply… and don’t forget to try Oprah’s favorite grilled cheese at Café Muse. No matter where you turn from Huntington Woods, you’ll find excellent options for whatever you’re craving.
Huntington Woods is virtually self-contained, with community-wide access to the community center and all the activities it offers. Residents will have pool privileges that encompass both the family and child friendly water features and the competitive swimming and diving area in this unique 2-in-1 pool. The community center, itself, offers services to elderly residents that cover minor home repairs and day trips to Detroit and nearby venues for art and socializing. Outside the community center, you can also play the Rackham Golf Course or visit the Detroit Zoo; both institutions are within easy walking distance of the neighborhood. And if you really want to support your community, join in the annual Run/Walk Boom! Fundraiser for the Huntington Woods Fourth of July Fireworks display.
As part of the Berkeley school system, Huntington Woods enjoys some of the best quality education in Metro Detroit. Berkeley High School alone boasts a 96% graduation rate and sends hundreds of students to both the University of Michigan and Michigan State. The school system itself is ranked in the top 30 in Michigan overall, and specifically for college preparation and STEM education. For those who prefer private education, Huntington Woods is easily within reach of prestigious schools like the Roeper Institute, Detroit Country Day, and Cranbrook.
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