About Bingham Farms, MI.

 Bingham Farms is a small community in Leelanau County. The village was founded in 1955 buy a group of residents who elected William King as the first president. The town was named after its main thoroughfare (Bingham Road), this was taken from the family name of the original owners of the farm. The estimated median house value is $482,688, the community has beautiful scenic wooded lots and exceptional homes.
The median income is $132,920 and the population is 992 people. The public schools spend $10,202 per student and there is an average of 16 students per teacher. The district consists of the Bingham Farms Elementary School, The Berkshire Middle School, The Covington Middle School, The Groves High School and The Seaholm High School.