Troy Homes & Real Estate

Search the newest Troy, MI homes for sale & real estate below! Part of the greater Detroit metro area, Troy has nearly 90,000 residents and is located south of Rochester Hills, north of Clawson, and 24 miles from the downtown Detroit riverfront. For more information about Troy properties for sale, including previous pricing history, property disclosures, and more, or to arrange a home showing, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Troy real estate.

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Troy Real Estate Market

Troy offers various home types, sizes, and home prices, from older 1200 square foot split-level and ranch-style homes in the mid-$200s to larger 2000 square foot two-story homes in the $500,000s. Existing luxury properties, much larger in size, range from the mid-$700s to around $900,000. Many home builders are creating new construction homes, including Garret Homes, Kastler Construction, HM Homes, Champion Home Builders, and more.

Troy also has numerous condo and townhouse units scattered from neighborhood to neighborhood. These typically range in price from $120,000 to around $320,000, depending on the size, finishes, and subdivision in which the unit or complex is located.

Troy Community Amenities

Residents of Troy enjoy a wealth of community amenities, both within their subdivision or neighborhood and throughout the greater Detroit area. The city is home to numerous parks, golf courses, the Stage Nature Center, and the Daisy Knight Dog Park. Those looking for a more conventional park with playgrounds should check out Firefighters Park.

The Troy Historic Village has its own draw, showing what life was like in eras gone by and serving as an educational destination in the city. The nearby Troy Community Center, skate park, and the seasonal outdoor family aquatic center all offer their own unique experiences. Phillip J. Huber Park includes a wooded walking trail, as well.

The city is not far from Lake St. Clair and the Anchor Bay area, offering lakefront scenery and relaxation perfect for a day trip. And, of course, downtown Detroit is not far away for those looking for vibrant arts and culture.

Residents looking for shopping will find anything and everything they need within the Troy city limits, including upscale luxury shopping at the Somerset Collection mall, as well as more conventional shopping throughout the community. Restaurants of every kind (including local establishments and regional and national chains) are found near every neighborhood, with the biggest concentrations along Big Beaver Road and Rochester Road.

As a part of the Detroit metro, Troy enjoys public transit not often seen in cities of its size. Most of the transit centers on the Troy Transit Center, which serves as an AMTRAK station and a bus depot.

Troy Local Highlights

  • 100 acres of protected natural space along with two miles of trails at the Stage Nature Center
  • Favorable housing market with homes available across a wide range of prices
  • Plenty of shopping and restaurants, from conventional to upscale and local to national
  • Numerous suburban office parks draw employers across many industries
  • Some public transit is available via metro buses, plus an AMTRAK station at the Troy Transit Center
  • Easy access to downtown Detroit, the Detroit River, Lake St Clair, and Anchor Bay

Troy School Information

Schools in Troy, Michigan, are split into six school districts with dozens of schools in total. These are the districts serving the city of Troy:

  • Troy School District
  • Avondale School District
  • Birmingham School District
  • Bloomfield Hills School District
  • Royal Oak School District
  • Warren Consolidated Schools

Of these, Troy School District serves the most students living in Troy, with 12 elementary schools, one standalone preschool, four middle schools, four high schools, a continuing education center, and three nontraditional schools: Troy Center for Transition, Troy Intersect Virtual School, and Troy College and Career High School.

Private schools in Troy include Bethany Christian School, Academy of the Sacred Heart, Acton Academy, and Japhet School, among others.

Moving to Troy is an ideal option for those looking to buy a home in or near Detroit, Michigan, because of its strong economy and proximity to the city, amenities, and variety of schools. Prospective homebuyers will find a mix of available home types across a wide range of price points. Whether they have a specific neighborhood in mind or simply want to find their ideal home in the general area, Troy can be a lovely place to call home.

Troy, MI Real Estate Agents

Want to buy or sell a home in Troy? Let our Troy, Michigan real estate experts help you through the purchase of your new Troy property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we're experts on the dynamics unique to Troy, Michigan real estate.

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