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Real estate in Huntington woods primarily consists of single-family dwellings with multiple bedrooms. The most common styles are bungalow, colonial and ranch homes, which often make use of natural brick features and architecture. Homes in this area often qualify for the luxury market, although you're more likely to find multimillion dollars homes in other communities like Franklin Village and Bloomfield Hills.
Huntington Woods has two historic districts: the Hill Historic District and the Rackham Golf Course Historical District.
The Hill Historic District has buildings designed by legendary architects like Minoru Yamasaki, who created the World Trade Center, and Eero Sarrinen, who designed the St. Louis' Gateway Arch. Recognized as the best architectural neighborhood in all of Michigan, Hill Historic District is a fantastic place to live or visit.
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Rackham Golf Course Historic District is designed around a Donald Ross 18-hole golf course. Rackham Golf Course became a landmark in American history when it was opened in 1924 to all citizens and played a prominent role in bridging racial relations. The legendary course was donated on the condition that it's always welcome to everybody.
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