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Trenton Combines Small-Town Appeal with Beautiful River Views

Located along the west bank of the Detroit River in the area known as "Downriver," Trenton offers the small-town charm of quiet, tree-lined streets and quaint single-family homes, several with river views. Trenton was founded during the War of 1812, and also boasts a rich history in the limestone and steamboat industries. Trenton's friendly downtown hosts an annual craft fair and a wide range of Little League sports, while Trenton's historic buildings include the recently remodeled art deco Trenton Village Theater and the Bridge Cultural Center, a former farmhouse.

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Trenton Attractions and Recreation

Explore Trenton's beautiful riverside parks, historic buildings, and variety of festivals and flea markets! Trenton's Elizabeth Park sits on the banks of the Detroit River, and features over 1,000 feet of riverwalk for strolling, fishing, and biking. Go see a play at the recently remodeled art deco Trenton Village Theater, which was designed by the same man who designed the Grande Ballroom in Detroit, or visit one of the arts and crafts events at the Bridge Cultural Center. Head downtown for the annual Trenton Summer Festival, or stop by Trenton's Vintage Market to shop for bargains year-round. 



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History

Founded during the War of 1812, Trenton has a rich history in the limestone and steamboat industries. Trenton's name comes from a type of limestone historically mined from a local quarry, and materials from this quarry were used in the construction of Detroit. Trenton's first dock was built in 1834, making Trenton a hub for steamboat traffic over the next fifty years.

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Community Events

Trenton's warm community hosts a wide range of local events. Residents can enjoy a weekend of boat races and live music at Elizabeth Park's annual Roar on the River, and can attend the popular Trenton Summer Festival, downtown's Harvest Festival, and the Christmas Fair at the Bridge Cultural Center.

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Scenic Views

Trenton is a community of charming single-family homes and tree-lined streets, located on the west bank of the Detroit River. Several of Trenton's homes and businesses boast serene river views, and residents can enjoy walks along the water at the riverside Elizabeth Park.


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Want to find your dream home in Trenton? Contact expert Michigan real estate agent, Michelle Saward, at 734-322-3302 for more information on real estate and homes for sale in Trenton.

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