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Wyandotte - Town vs. County Stats

Wyandotte - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Wyandotte: $138,600 / County Avg $203,300

34%

Avg Taxes in Wyandotte: $2,500 / County Avg $3,400

37%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Wyandotte: 1,388 / County Avg 1,613

43%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Wyandotte: $100 / County Avg $126

79%

Avg Walkscore in Wyandotte: 56 / County Avg 44

63%

Avg Year Built in Wyandotte: 1941 / County Avg 1956

50%

Avg Days on Website in Wyandotte: 44 / County Avg 84

26%

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Founded in 1854, early industrialization helped Wyandotte prosper quickly. Much of today's remaining industry is minor. The city retains much of its distinctive and charming architecture, particularly in its downtown district. The city is a successful mix of both older and newer buildings. Some of the larger, original Victorian-style homes have been carefully restored and designated as Michigan State Historical Sites, including the Ford-Bacon House (now the Bacon Memorial District Library), the Ford-MacNichol House and the Marx House (both are now museums).

You'll find a wide variety of home styles, sizes and ages in Wyandotte, in a range of pirce points. The city has many condominium developments, particularly along West Jefferson Ave along the Detroit River.

Wyandotte offers a large variety of restaurants and food options, from casual dining and ice cream parlors to fine dining choices. The downtown district includes antique and consignment stores, clothing boutiques, art galleries, crafts, florists, furniture, jewelry stores, gift shops, confectionary and bakery shops. It is a favorite destination for both locals and visitors alike.

Aside from its vibrant downtown, Wyandotte offers many fun things to do, no matter what your taste. Spots, socializing, movies, festivals, sightseeing, or just hanging out - Wyandotte has something for everyone. The annual Wyandotte Street Fair, holiday parades, Third Friday events, Farmer's Market, and outdoor movie events are sure to keep everyone entertained. Many parks, including Bishop Park, Memorial Park and Pool (where you'll also find Wyandotte Skate Park), Pulaski Par, Rotary Park, BASF Waterfront Park are just a few of the parks and playfields scattered throughout the city. There's a boat launch on the Detroit River, the Benjamin F. Yack ice arena, the Copeland Center, and so much more.
Areas in Wyandotte MI
45 Wayne Cnty