Quaint neighborhoods make up the City of Howell, with a mix of larger, newer homes, traditional homes, homes built in the 1950s and ‘60s, and more. Several neighborhoods are known for charming, restored Victorian homes, characterized by “gingerbread” trim, front porches, gabled roofs and turrets.
Downtown Howell is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Many owners of the beautiful Victorian buildings have made significant investments in the second and third stories of their buildings, creating unique apartments and condominiums with features such as high ceilings, arched windows, lofts and modern amenities. Even after the shops close in the evening, these apartments ensure the downtown buzzes with life.