About Auburn Hills, MI.

 Settled in 1821, the city of Auburn Hills, Michigan was officially incorporated in 1983. In the tradition of many of Michigan’s towns, Auburn Hills is home to the automotive powerhouse, Chrysler. However, the origin of Auburn Hills’ industry does not start with Chrysler. Homes in Auburn Hills developed in the early 1800s as the direct result of settlers coming to work in the town’s mills. Yet, Chrysler has made a major impact on Auburn Hills’ history. In fact, Auburn Hills is the site of the Walter P. Chrysler Museum, which catalogs the famous manufacturers’ history.
You’ll want to go curbside when you explore Auburn Hills’ homes for sale. With plenty of luxury homes and lots for sale, you’ll want to buy and build in this scenic Michigan community. In addition, families will want to take a look at our four bedroom homes for sale and three bedroom listings. This bustling city boasts over 20,000 residents who enjoy living along the banks of the Clinton River. Many of the town’s parks are located right along the Clinton River so you can enjoy canoeing, swimming, and more.
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