Pinckney real estate and homes for sale

Pinckney real estate and homes for sale

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A village with a rich history spanning over 175 years, Pinckney hosts a number of delightful festivals throughout the year. These include the annual Saint Patrick’s Day festival, Art in the Park, and Hootin' in the Park, an event celebrating music and food.

Celebrities of all degrees have graced Pinckney real estate, beginning with Caroline Kirkland, founder of Pinckney and a 19th century author. Other celebrities include Chris Sabin of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling fame; Robert Sabuda the renowned pop-up book author; Glendon Swarthout, a novelist twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize; and Erik Reichenbach, one of the most notorious “Survivor” contestants.

Those fortunate enough to purchase Pinckney real estate reside in a village that values community. Residents come together to honor the past as well as the present. This regard is clearly illustrated in the community-wide Spring Cemetery Clean-up and the funding of the new Pinckney Community Public Library.

Those with a furor for the outdoors will revel in the rich Northern Michigan experience lush with natural beauty abounding. Golf enthusiasts delight at the Whispering Pines and Timber Trace Golf Clubs. For those seeking something a little more rustic, the Pinckney Recreation Area offers over 40 miles of trails for activities such as backpacking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing; there is also an eight-mile equestrian trail. For water enthusiasts, swimming, boating, and fishing is easily accessible. Quick getaways are available via remote campsite, beach house, yurt, cabin and lodge rentals.

People looking for Pinckney homes for sale will also be selecting a community full of entertaining possibilities. In the summer, villagers bring chairs, blankets and snacks for a fun evenings at “Movies in the Park.” In the winter, people gather around warm bonfires, enjoying roasted chestnuts, hot cocoa and overall holiday warmth at the annual “Light Up the Park” event. Performing arts are locally accessible as well with performing artist groups including the Pinckney Players. For those itching to get a little more physical, it is only a quick trip to the local paintball playfield.

Pinckney Community Schools keep the focus on the students, encouraging life-long learners who respect themselves and others. Home to the Pinckney Pirates, there are two local high schools: Pinckney Community High School and New Tech High School, with a one-to-one student-to-computer ratio. The Pathfinder School serves grades 7 and 8, the Navigator School serves grades 5 and 6. The four elementary schools include Country, Farley Hill, Lakeland, Pinckney.

If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, give us a call at (734) 996-0000 or send us an email to explore your options.

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