Freeland is an active community seated along the Tittabawassee river in Saginaw County’s Tittabawassee Township. While famous for the annual Walleye Festival, there are concert series, fine arts evenings in the park, and other community wide events that foster the close-knit, family friendly atmosphere for which Freeland is known. The township operates five different parks which include walking trails along the river, sports fields and courts, halls and pavilions available for rent, and pleasant green-spaces to enjoy. The Downtown Development Authority operates the Freeland Sports Zone and leases out the MidMichigan Medical Facility to generate revenue.
The Freeland Community School District serves approximately 1800 students in three separate buildings, all within a one mile radius. Between the three education facilities the district ranks in the 70th percentile of academic achievement in the state of Michigan and continues to strive for academic excellence.
Programs such as the William E. Shephard Band Scholarship for band students and the Before School Program, which provides early morning daycare for students, are just two of many ways students and families are served by the school system. Excellent athletics, the school newspaper, clubs, and committees offer other opportunities for students to enhance their education in Freeland.
Numerous Banks & Credit Unions
Pat’s Food Center (Grocery)
MidMichigan Health Park
Freeland Sports Zone
Olives Gourmet Market & Deli
2nd Street Sports Pub
Freeland Dairy Ice Cream Parlor
Baynes Apple Valley Farm
MBS International Airport
Meijer (9 mi)
Fashion Square Mall (10.5 mi)
MidMichigan Medical Center (12 mi)
City of Midland (Approx. 11 mi)
City of Saginaw (Approx. 10 mi)
City of Auburn (Approx. 9 mi)
Average Sale Price: $165,436
Number of Homes Sold: 107
Average Days on Market: 98
Average Price/Sq.Ft: $87.23*
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