Bloomfield Hills is located in the southeast quadrant of Oakland County. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 3,869. The median age of the total population is 54.
Bloomfield Hills is a community of residents that value strongly the traditions of quiet, rural residential properties. The community is the home to the internationally renowned Cranbrook Institute of Science and Art, the exclusive Bloomfield Hills Country Club and the Bloomfield Open Hunt Club. Change occurs only with deliberate, active participation by residents.
Bloomfield Hills’ residents hold professional or executive positions of authority or high profile positions in professional sports. Many have chosen to live and remain in Bloomfield Hills for the quiet, wooded lots, privacy and stately homes.
Bloomfield Hills consistently ranks as one of the top five wealthiest cities in the United States consisting of over 1,000 households. It currently is listed at the number four position and in 1990 it was ranked number two.
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|2011 # of Sales||80|
|2011 Median Sales||$519,250|
|2011 Average Days on Market||206|
|2010 # of Sales||77|
|2010 Median Sales||$411,000|
|2010 Average Days on Market||212|
|2009 # of Sales||70|
|2009 Median Sales||$359,000|
|2009 Average Days on Market||159|
|2008 # of Sales||62|
|2008 Median Sales||$345,000|
|2008 Average Days on Market||196|