About the Village of Franklin
Designated as Michigan’s first historic district, Franklin is well known for its rich traditions. Of all the desirable destinations in Franklin, none is more popular than the Franklin Cider Mill. For over 150 years, the cider mill has become Franklin’s main focal point every fall season.
Often referred to as “The Town that Time Forgot,” Franklin continues to take pride in its 1-mile long, single-street downtown. Situated between 13 & 14 Mile Roads, everything from restaurants and stores, to a historic firehouse and parks for community events.
Franklin has one distinct feature that separates its large estates from any other surrounding community. Franklin’s homes are all situated on very large lots, giving homeowners an excess amount of land. Unlike downtown areas such as Birmingham & Royal Oak, Franklin’s large lots and privacy tend to be the main draw for buyers.
All information about Franklin courtesy of the Official Franklin Website.