Indian Village, Detroit

 

The historic town of Indian Village is located on the eastside of Detroit. In 1972, it was  listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

There are many architecturally-significant homes built in the early 20th century in Indian Village. Many of the homes that were built in the early 20th century have been well kept up and restored to stay historically accurate. A lot of the homes are larger, some being over 12,000 square feet.These homes are simply beautiful.

In Indian Village there are many community  organizations. Some of these being the Indian Village Association, Men's Garden Club & Women's Garden Club. The neighborhood hosts an annual Home & Garden Tour the first Saturday of June, a neighborhood yard sales in September, a holiday home tour in December, and many other community events.  

As far as School systems the people of Indian Village have both public and private school options. Nichols Elementary School, Marcus Garvey African Centered Academy K-8 for middle school, and Southeastern High School are the Public schools they are zoned to, and Benjamin E. Mays Male Academy, the Detroit Waldorf School and Detroit Friends School are the private schools in their district.

This community is all about giving back. For example proceeds from the 2015 Indian Village Historic Homes Tour, an annual event sponsored by the neighborhood civic association, were used to restore the area's historic street lights.

This neighborhood is a breathtaking historic treasure that the local people take pride in, and would be a wonderful place to settle down.