WELCOME TO BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
Serene residential community set apart from the bustle
This primarily residential community is full of serene neighborhoods, beautiful lakes, and abundant nature. It has easy access to the main roads and nearby amenities, so while its rolling hills and spacious neighborhoods feel secluded, residents never feel cut off from anything they need.
It began as a pioneer community, full of plots of land that settlers would clear of lumber to plant their crops. This brought to the area, and later, a grist mill joined. In 1827, Bloomfield Township was the first township to be incorporated in Oakland County. It still maintains a rural, historical feel even as it has grown in affluence and elegance throughout the decades.
From lakefront homes to wooded estates, the rolling hills of Bloomfield Township are full of luxury and serenity. There are many different architectural styles to choose from, but colonial and craftsman homes come to the forefront. Whatever home you’re looking for, you can find it along the winding streets of Bloomfield Township.
WHAT TO LOVE
- Diverse community
- Lakefront homes
- Serene neighborhoods
- Easy access to amenities of nearby cities
This diverse community is ideal for families. The township has access to four separate school districts, as well as incredible private schools. There is plenty to do outside, from lake activities to parks and country clubs. Bloomfield Township offers its residents a quiet and beautiful life in some of the most gorgeous homes of Oakland County.
DINING, ENTERTAINMENT & SHOPPING
Maple Road is the commercial heart of Bloomfield Township. While many residents will go to Birmingham for the wide array of offerings, there are several notable spots that serve the township from right here at home.
Leo’s Coney Island
has been a Michigan staple since it first opened in 1972. This long-time establishment serves Greek specialties and Coney Island dishes in a casual atmosphere. Cafe ML
is an eclectic restaurant that serves contemporary dishes full of global influence.
The best place in Bloomfield Township for weekly grocery trips is Plum Market
, which stocks high-quality grocery items and local goods.
The Gallery Restaurant sets a vibrant atmosphere with its art and antique decor, but the real stars of this show are the traditional American dishes on the menu.
If you’re looking for gourmet snacks and classic deli items, check out Steve’s Deli, then stop by Stroh’s Ice Cream for a sweet treat.
THINGS TO DO
The Maple Theater is an elegant cinema that shows classic and indie films. Come early for your screening to enjoy the live pre-show music. Oakland Hills Country Club has two incredible golf courses that have played host to many U.S. Opens, PGA Championships, and other tournaments.
At the heart of Bloomfield Township sit 40 acres of natural beauty. E.L. Johnson Nature Center has miles of serene walking trails, a fishing pond, and a whole calendar of educational programs. Another big perk to living here is that Bloomfield Township is full of gorgeous lakes. Even for those who don’t own a home on the shores of Wing Lake, Wabeek Lake, Meadow Lake, and Island Lake, there are public access areas to take kayaks and boats out for a day on the water.
Bloomfield Township is served by Birmingham Public Schools, Bloomfield Hills Schools, Troy School District, and West Bloomfield School District, as well as a number of wonderful local private schools.