Located twenty miles south of Grand Rapids, Caledonia is a small quiet community that is becoming very popular with Grand Rapids commuters looking for an easily accessible escape. Caledonia provides residents with a top of the line school system, beautiful hilly surrounding, and all the country charm you could ask for.
Accessibility is the name of the game when it comes to the practicality of living in the Caledonia area. With the recent addition of the South Beltline (M-6) which intersects the East Belt Line (M-21) just north of Caledonia, the long commute to Grand Rapids, Hudsonville and surrounding communities is a thing of the past. Caledonia is only eight miles from the Gerald R. Ford International Airport, providing quick and easy access to wherever you may need to go.
Throughout the years, Caledonia has maintained the reputation for simple country living. Days can be spent picnicking at one of the many parks and recreational facilities, participating in a community event, or cheering on the local Caledonia High School ‘Fighting Scots’. The varsity football team always promises a good game, and after their 2005 state championship, they are the Michigan team to beat.
With Caledonia’s downtown residential area, secluded riverside lots, and many other surrounding communities, there is a wide array of home buying possibilities in the area both old and new. Check out the listing page on this website to see the houses and property for sale in this area.