Chelsea, Michigan is a vibrant, inviting community.
Here's why it's such a great place to live:
Chelsea was founded in the year 1820, and the railroad built a station here in 1850. Life here is an interesting mixture of modern amenities and yesteryear's charm. The old clocktower has been the quintessential Chelsea landmark for 101 years. It currently houses the Chelsea Chamber of Commerce and other offices, and is adjacent to a complex that offers restaurants and shops as well as a courtyard.
|Chelsea District Library|
A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE AND PLAY
Quiet neighborhoods and beautiful, charming homes are just around the corner from the main drag and all that it has to offer: restaurants, shops,the Purple Rose Theatre and much more. Chelsea has grown and blossomed in these last few years.
A DELIGHTFUL DOWNTOWN
The local retailers have formed a group called the Retail Advisory Council. They work together to promote events that draw people to the downtown area during the different seasons of the year. Visit www.chelseafestivals.com for more information about the Chelsea SummerFest; Sights and Sounds on Thursday Nights, which features live, open air concerts and musicians while the weather is good; Oktoberfest: and the Hometown Holidays and Lights Parade. Other entertainment venues include both the Chelsea Community Fair and the Chelsea Farmers Market.
|Purple Rose Theater|
A THRIVING LOCAL THEATER
The Purple Rose Theatre was founded in 1991 by notable actor Jeff Daniels who is a native of Chelsea. It features original plays in a setting from the past, when the stage was the focal point of entertainment. The theater was originally a bus garage, but was refurbished over the years. The Purple Rose offers reasonably priced tickets to original plays year 'round, as well as classes and apprenticeship programs. It is a rose in Chelsea's bouquet of entertainment!
|Elizabeth and her husband Bruce kayaking in Chelsea.|
NATURE'S PARADISE IS CHELSEA'S BACKYARD
You can also get in touch with the great outdoors in Chelsea. Minutes from Downtown Chelsea you will find numerous inland lakes offering several water sports or you can enjoy the deluxe nature package at the Waterloo Recreation Area, which is the largest State of Michigan park in the Lower Peninsula. Spanning more than 20,000 acres, the park boasts 11 lakes, 47 miles of hiking trails, 3 rustic cabins, a riding stable and numerous equestrian trails.
Chelsea offers the perfect blend of quiet living, culture and outdoor adventure!
AREA LINKS AND INFORMATION
Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce
522 S. Main Street, Suite 200
Phone: (734) 475-1145
Fax: (734) 475-6102
Web: Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce
Offers brochures, maps and Chelsea area business information. Relocation packages for newcomers available.
Chelsea District Library
500 Washington, Building 400 (temporary location)
221 S. Main Street (permanent location)
Phone: (734) 475-8732
Hours: School year - Mon-Thur 10am-9pm. Fri 10am-6pm. Sat 10am-5pm.
Summer hours - Mon-Thur 10am-8pm. Fri 10am-6pm. Sat 10am-3pm.
Web: Chelsea Library
Chelsea Downtown Development Authority
305 S. Main Street
Phone: (734) 475-1909/(734) 475-5959
Village of Chelsea
305 S. Main Street
Phone: (734) 475-1771
Chelsea Depot Museum
125 Jackson Street
Phone: (734) 475-8971/(734) 475-7047
Hours: Sat 1pm-3pm or by appointment
Historical museum housing Chelsea memorabilia.
Chelsea Historical Society
P.O. Box 117
Phone: (734) 475-7047
138 E. Middle Street
Phone: (734) 475-7396
All are members of the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce.
Ann Arbor News
340 E. Huron Street, Ann Arbor, (734) 994-6985
Daily newspaper featuring, news, calendar listings, classifieds and more.
Ann Arbor Observer
201 Catherine, Ann Arbor, (734) 769-3175
Monthly magazine offering news, entertainment information, calendar listings and more.
20750 Old US 12, (734) 475-1371
Local weekly published every Thursday featuring news, calendar listings, classifieds and more.
Local News Network
9730 Beeman, (734) 475-2230
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Real Estate Tips
Insurance >Your Life Preserver
Title insurance is like a life preserver on a boat. You will probably never need it, but if you do, you will be very glad that it is there! How does title insurance work, and how does it protect you in the home buying process?
A title search will be ordered before you buy a home, to make sure that the sellers legally own the property, and that no one else has a legal interest in the home. The title company will also check through the ownership records for any liens, easements or other encumbrances on the title. This search should turn up any transactions that may not appear on the public record, such as an unsound transfer that occurred many years ago. Title insurance protects you against future claims against your home.
Your real estate agent can give you more specific information about the cost of title insurance and the types of coverage available in your area.
Real Estate Trivia
What is the least affordable metropolitan housing market in the United States?
California's Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale is currently rated as the most expensive metro area in the nation.
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