Homes For sale In Howell, MI

The City of Howell, as we know it now, was established as a village by an act of Legislature on March 14, 1863, consisting of sections 35 and 36, and the south half of sections 25 and 26 of Howell Township.

The first actual settlements in Howell, were made by George T. Sage, John D. Pinckney, James Sage, and David Austin in the year 1834. The village was laid out by Flavius J. B. Crane and Edward Brooks in July 1835, and was named Howell in honor of Thomas Howell, a friend of Mr. Crane and son of Judge Howell of Candaequa, New Jersey. The name did not come into immediate use, however, as it was called Livingston Centre for quite some time.

In 1835, John D. Pinckney built the first log house in this area and the settlement became known as Livingston Centre. In this year, Moses Thompson and his family migrated here from New York and Livingston Centre began to grow in population.

Howell Township is a General Law Township with a board of trustees made up of the Supervisor, Clerk, Treasurer, and four Trustees. Howell Township Hall is located at 3525 Byron Road, Howell, MI 48855. The phone number is (517) 546-2817. The building is open Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and CLOSED on Fridays and most legal holidays.

Howell Township was founded in 1836 and was originally included in what are now the Townships of Oceola and Marion and the City of Howell. In 1960, the population was 1,540 residents. The 2010 census reported a population of 6,702. The population has been steadily growing, with the largest growth of 64.8% between 1970–1980.

The mixture of single- and multiple-family residential housing, commercial and industrial properties, and farming creates a comfortable environment to raise a family or conduct business. Students in Howell Township attend Howell or Fowlerville Schools.

Howell Township’s infrastructure includes a wastewater treatment plant. Public water is supplied through the Marion, Howell, Oceola, Genoa Water Authority (MHOG).  A master plan for sewer and water has been formulated by the Township as a tool for future growth. Properties not on public sewer and water are serviced by private septic and wells.

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#2220003004 | House
Seller's Representative: Coldwell Banker Town & Country
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#2220003430 | Condo
Seller's Representative: KW Realty Livingston
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1,250
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#2220001471 | Condo
Seller's Representative: KW Realty Livingston
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1,250
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#2220001340 | Condo
Seller's Representative: KW Realty Livingston
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1,840
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#2210103338 | Condo
Seller's Representative: Real Estate One-Brighton
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#2210095326 | House
Seller's Representative: Patrick O'Leary
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