Dow in Michigan - Living

Homes for Every Lifestyle

The Alden B. Dow home and museum in Midland, Michigan

The Great Lakes Bay Region is made up of beautiful neighborhoods, from tree-lined streets with suburban family homes to downtown districts filled with renovated Victorian-era homes that once belonged to lumber barons. The city of Midland is known for its Alden B. Dow homes, which showcase a unique and organic style of architecture. In Bay City, lofts and condominiums offer city living, with easy access to shops, pubs and coffee houses, while other parts of the region have beautiful farm houses and lakeside homes that provide the peace of the rural countryside. Whatever your living style, you can find it in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

Even better, homes in the Great Lakes Bay Region are some of the most affordable in the country. According to the National Association of Homebuilders in their Aug. 28, 2006, issue of Nations Building News, the mid-Michigan region is one of the top five most affordable smaller metro home markets for families earning the area’s median income. The prices of pre-existing homes are well below the national average, yet tend to appreciate in value. People relocating here from other areas are amazed and pleased with the style of living they can afford in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

To find homes for sale and lease in the Great Lakes Bay Region, click on the links below:

Bay City