Downtown Chelsea Homes for Sale

Downtown Chelsea Homes for Sale

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One of the defining features of most of the homes for sale in downtown Chelsea, Michigan, is that they are set amid the living history of this majestic state. Establishments such as McKune Memorial Library, Glazier Stove Works and the Chelsea House Livery Stable, Daniels Showroom and the Mack Building, which make up the Longworth Complex, helped to earn downtown Chelsea a prestigious spot on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.

Your home in downtown Chelsea also puts you at the heart of the city's famous art and culture district, including such festive events as SculptureWalk, an annual outdoor art exhibition, SummerFest, and the weekly Sounds & Sights events in the summer and early autumn months.

About Chelsea

Chelsea resides about 15 miles west of Ann Arbor near the confluence of Interstate 94 and Michigan State Highway 52.

Chelsea provides what myriad other cities its size claim to, but can very rarely deliver: a genuine small-town aura that blends seamlessly with what are typically thought to be big city conveniences and amenities.

Another singular feature of this eclectic community is its thriving art-and-culture scene. Thanks to actor Jeff Daniels (Dumb and Dumber, The Squid and the Whale and Looper), one of the inaugural inductees to the Michigan Walk of Fame, The Purple Rose Theater was founded here and continues to bring in nationally famous playwrights.

The more you learn about Chelsea real estate in and around the community, the less you will wonder why it has enjoyed an incredible population increase, nearly 14 percent since 2000 to a population of more than 4,940 in 2012, according to the informational website, Sperling's Best Places. Sperling's also tells us that the median cost for a home in 2012 was $162,800, with the appreciation averaging nearly 2 percent.

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