Great investment property in Historic Downtown Romeo. This building was completely renovated in 2005, must see to appreciate. Building includes addresses 117, 119 and 1...
Listing courtesy of Keller & Associates Real Estate , LLC.
Downtown Romeo, heavy traffic area, minutes to M-53. 3 story commercial multi-tenant property. Vintage store front, wide staircases, brick interior and exterior walls. El...
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel-Macomb.
Own a piece of history with this stunningly restored home from yesteryear! Multiple updates were performed without disturbing the original craftsmanship and character whi...
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Professionals.
Incredible Victorian home, over 2,500 sq ft. located on a beautifully landscaped double-lot. Home Features: Large gourmet kitchen w/ 42 inch tall upper cabinets all cherr...
Listing courtesy of Real Living Kee Realty-Clinton Twp.
1900+ brick home resting on 2.3 acres offers country style living, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, large open family room connects to the dining room creating the perfect spot...
Listing courtesy of Real Estate One-Fraser.
The 1839 Lane-Mussey-Newberry House is one of the oldest historic homes in the Village of Romeo. There are relatively few examples left in Michigan of the Late Federal/Ea...
Listing courtesy of Hall & Hunter-Birmingham.
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Romeo is romantic and historical small village located in Macomb County, Michigan. Established in 1838, Romeo has a lengthy history of being the business center of Macomb County. It is perfect for families and business professionals alike. The historical golden age of the village was in the 1800s when it was home to numerous factories and thrived off merchandising. Now, the village is perfect for those wanting a town with history, community and strong educational offerings.
Many residents enjoy the beauty and peace of Romeo for living. Here you get the best of both worlds. You’re able to live in a town that is peaceful and calm, yet you can easily commute to jobs closer to the city of Detroit.
Visitors’ eyes are always caught by downtown Romeo’s offering of shopping, unique restaurants and art galleries, perfect for an evening out. You can shop antiques, jewelry and much more while gazing at the beautiful historical architecture of downtown.
Whatever cuisine you’re in the mood for, downtown Romeo has it. Indulge in Italian food or fill your craving for Chinese. After eating, you can take your own walking tour around the village using the Historical Society’s brochure. Along the way, you can stop inside the Bancroft-Stranahan Museum to see artifacts and pictures from Romeo’s past. A beautiful house museum, it exemplifies the historical charm of the village.
The village endures the lasting beauty of its past while offering modern amenities and homes. It is scenically located among fruit orchards, and is home to the annual Peach Festival, which occurs over Labor Day weekend and includes parades, craft and car shows, and other family-friendly events. In the summer, Romeo hosts the annual Michigan Lavender Festival. Both festivals aim to promote local farms and orchards. These festivals and its location among orchards make Romeo look like it’s right out of a fairytale, and if you buy a home in Romeo, you’re certain to feel its magic.
The homes in the village of Romeo are ideal for young families, couples and retirees. It is easy to find the perfect home for you. Most homes have large yards, making your property a matching scenic part of the Romeo landscape. Children have plenty of room for playing, and you will experience an ideal amount of privacy and convenience to the rest of the community.
The village of Romeo has a high quality and safe school system that supports students at all levels. It has five elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school and a technical school. The technical school is the Romeo Engineering & Tech Center. It offers classes for students to learn career and technology skills such as accounting, computer repair and machining. It also has classes for 9th through 12th graders interested in advanced science, mathematics and engineering. Whatever your child’s interests, Romeo offers a way to fulfill their intellectual hunger.