Rent to Own Homes near Taylor, MI

Top Reasons to Live in Taylor MI

  • Taylor is a quiet suburban community southwest of Detroit on the Canadian border. The small town is home to a number of celebrities including Braves pitcher Steve Avery, rapper Joe C. and hockey player Wayne Presley. Despite its northern location, a large number of the residents have Southern origins earning the city the nickname 'Taylortucky.' Community is important here. Heritage Park has baseball diamonds, soccer fields, historic buildings, picnic tables, pavilions, grills and a fishing pond. In other words, everything you need all in one place!

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2 Beds, 1 Bath in Taylor, MI 48180
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Taylor, MI 48180

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School: Holland Elementary School
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Taylor, MI 48180
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Taylor, MI 48180

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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Taylor, MI 48180
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School: Blair Moody Elementary School
Grocery: Saveland Supermarket
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Taylor, MI 48180
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Taylor, MI 48180

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School: Truman High School
Grocery: Get & Go Mini Mart
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4 Beds, 2 Baths in Taylor, MI 48180
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Taylor, MI 48180

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School: Robert J. West Middle School
Grocery: Trentwood Farms
Restaurant: Panchos Mexican Restaurant
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Taylor, MI 48180
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Taylor, MI 48180

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2 Beds, 1 Bath in Taylor, MI 48180
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Taylor, MI 48180

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School: Quest Charter Academy
Grocery: Saturn Food Ctr
Restaurant: Tailgators Sports Bar & Grill
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3 Beds, 1 Bath on Wendy St
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Taylor, MI 48180

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  • Housing Statistics Real estate in Taylor is a lot easier to come by than in other parts of the state. Prices are well below the national average. In Taylor, the median home sale price is $52,250, which is actually a good deal below the average home sale price of $70,176. Sixty-two percent of homes are owned, while just over seven percent are vacant and thirty percent are rented. This means whether you're looking for one bedroom rentals, rent to own, or single family homes to buy, you're likely to find a good fit with little effort. Taylor is a small community. People who move here tend to stay. With an annual turnover of just eight percent, you can find a good home, and chances are your neighbors when you move in will be your neighbors for some time.
  • School Systems The Taylor school district includes nine elementary schools and 7 middle to high schools. This district serves the greater Detroit area in Wayne County. The district also serves nearby communities of Dearborn and Westlake. Schools typically rank in the higher percent of the state, and Taylor stands poised to be a leader in the region for the future of education. Taylor has the fifth largest student population in Wayne County. The district has enacted a curriculum that is active and progressive, reviewing the latest offerings regularly and evaluating their effectiveness against a set of core values.
  • TransportationThe majority of residents own their own vehicles. This is a great idea given the suburban atmosphere of the town. Unless you are downtown, most businesses are not necessarily very close to each other. You may find yourself crossing the city several times to do one day's errands. The SMART transit system does maintain a bus line that visits most of the surrounding areas including Trenton and Wyandott. It's important to remember that winters in Taylor are going to be cold with heavy snowfall typically. You will want to make sure your vehicle is set up to function in that kind of weather.
  • The Great Outdoors The proximity to Lake Michigan makes outdoor activity a necessity for locals. Residents will typically spend summer months on the banks of Lake Michigan, swimming, grilling, and camping under the stars. Heritage Park hosts a number of special days throughout the year which include petting zoos for the kids and other entertainment. In winter, ice skating at the Taylor Sportsplex is popular, and hockey and ice skating lessons are available there. Sledding at the Boardman Park Sledding Hill is also popular with locals.
  • Local Eats Taylor has some great resturants, including Mykonos Coney Island, a popular Greek restaurant to the north of the city. This is the only place you're likely to find authentic saganaki and a Coney Island hot dog under the same roof. Moro, a European inspired fine dining experience, offers an atmosphere of elegance with menu items such as beef Rossini, antipasto renee and veal casalinga, not to mention an extensive wine list. It's the perfect place for a romantic night out.