About Wyoming

If you're looking for real estate or homes for sale around Grand Rapids, Michigan, make sure to check out this amazingly affordable and desirable town. Wyoming, MI real estate offers a well-positioned, family-friendly neighborhood with great schools and entertainment. Enjoy the local paths, walkable streets, and nearby retail options. Consider Wyoming real estate and you're well on your way to finding your dream home. Search for the latest Wyoming homes for sale in our listings or read about this beautiful Michigan community below.

Wyoming MI Real Estate Stats
Total Listings 23,443
Average Price $283,336
Highest Price $16,000,000
Lowest Price $0

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All Listings $200,000 - $300,000

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3 Properties Found. Page 1 of 1.
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5486 Edgelawn Dr Se, Kentwood

$219,900 - 4 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,655 Sf

MLS® # 2200094121

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3903 Wedgewood Dr Sw, Wyoming

$210,930 - 4 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,645 Sf

MLS® # 2200026056

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3541 Whispering Brook, Kentwood

$209,900 - 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,288 Sf

MLS® # 2200091573

If you have any questions about the listings above, call or email Jeff Glover & Associates today.

Real Estate in Wyoming, MI

Homes for sale in Wyoming Michigan follow the typical pattern for developments that sprang up around Michigan's mid-20th century manufacturing boom. Rows of neat, single-story homes in red brick and clapboard with hipped roofs and exterior shutters, line the straight, leafy streets.

These homes offer affordable options for those looking to enter the real estate market or downsize their current assets. Smaller homes also tend to benefit from rear-access garages, side yard space, and, of course, lower utility bills. And the sturdy brick and clapboard construction means these homes have stayed in tremendously good condition.

But bungalows built for America's blue-collar families are not the only homes to found here. Classic examples of Crafstman and colonial-farmhouse style homes also inhabit Wyoming's green, well-established neighborhoods. One can also find homes inspired by Dutch and Cape Cod styles.

Passing into Wyoming's southwestern portion, the homes become bigger, lining winding streets with larger frontyards. Throughout Wyoming, front yards are typically fenceless, transited by wide, recessed sidewalks. This walkable, family-friendly atmosphere contributes towards Wyoming's status as a great city for young families.

Overall, Wyoming offers potential buyers a range of small to mid-sized dwellings, as well as a host of affordable townhomes. Prices are competitive throughout, with some amazing deals for potential investors.

Learn More About Wyoming, MI

Wyoming is located just southwest of Grand Rapids, Michigan - only 15 minutes from its downtown center. The city is surrounded by major regional transport routes, with the US Highway 131 extending through Wyoming's eastern side. This highway connects with Highway 6 , which runs just past the city's southern edge, beyond Wyoming's south-eastern corner.

Highway 6 connects with the I-196 to the west, which runs up through Wyoming's northwestern corner.

The city of Wyoming, Michigan has grown steadily since its settlement in the early 19th century. Some of the biggest developments came in the mid 20th century, as the area experienced its manufacturing boom. This era saw the rise of Wyoming's commercial corridor along 28th Street, with the construction of shopping and entertainment centers.

In recent years, commercial business commercial offerings have moved west around River Town Crossings Mall, and south around Metro Health Hospital. The city's government has also been investing heavily in pedestrian-focused developments in the downtown area.

Residents in Wyoming benefit from the Kent Trails system which connects various neighborhoods in the Grand Rapids area. The Fred Meijer M-6 Trail runs along Wyoming's southern edge, meeting with Kent Trails which runs up the western edge, stopping just short of John Ball Zoo west of Grand Rapids.

Wyoming, MI - Community Attractions

Wymoing, MI has many parks, like Lamar Park, Battjes Park, and Pinery Park near downtown. Over Wyoming's northwestern boundary, residents can also enjoy Hopewell Indian Mounds Park, and the large Millenium Park.

Students in Wyoming are served by 8 school districts. These include:

  • Grandville Public Schools - Southwest
  • Byron Center Public Schools - South
  • Wyoming Public Schools - Central
  • Kelloggsville Public Schools - Southeast
  • Godwin Heights Public Schools - East-Northeast
  • Godfrey-Lee Public Schools - North

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