/
/
brighton
Last updated December 4 2020 at 6:09 AM

48 Apartments for rent in Brighton, MI

📍
Check out 48 verified apartments for rent in Brighton, MI with rents starting as low as $950. Some apartments for rent in Brighton might offer rent specials. Look out for the
$
rent special icon!
Verified
4 Units Available
Brighton Glens
321 Williamsen Dr
Brighton, MI
Studio
Ask
1 Bedroom
$1,075
830 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1071 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:59 AM
Imagine a new home that has everything you need - but better.
Verified
14 Units Available
Brighton Cove Apartments
8699 Meadowbrook
Brighton, MI
1 Bedroom
$991
600 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,077
800 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:08 AM
Brighton Cove is one of the premier living communities in Brighton, offering many advantages over the competition. Our expertly designed one and two-bedroom homes give you the quality and comfort of the premier lifestyle you deserve.
1 Unit Available
310 SPRING BROOKE Drive
310 Spring Brooke Drive
Brighton, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
1034 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:45 AM
END UNIT RANCH, SUPER CUTE CONDO COMPLETELY REDONE INSIDE. KIT HAS UPDATED CABINETS & CORIAN COUNTERTOPS. VAULTED CEILINGS, E-Z CARE CERAMIC TILE BATHS.
Results within 1 mile of Brighton
1 Unit Available
5349 MILITARY Avenue
5349 Military Drive
Livingston County, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
920 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:45 AM
Close to Downtown Restaurants Shopping & Freeway access. 3 bedroom 1 bath Freshly Painted. New wood floor throughout. Partially fenced yard. Move in ready now. Nice covered front porch. Pets OK with fee. Washer & Dryer in unit.
Results within 5 miles of Brighton
1 Unit Available
2642 SHELLY Avenue W
2642 Shelly Avenue
Livingston County, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:45 AM
Nice rental house on Woodland Lake. Conveniently located close to everything.
1 Unit Available
5951 STERLING DR
5951 Sterling Drive
Livingston County, MI
Studio
$1,750
9750 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:45 AM
Approximately 2400 square feet for lease perfect for light industrial or service business in great Howell location. Centrally located in building. Area was formally used as an auto detailing business.
3 Units Available
Starlight Mobile Home Park
7175 Bishop Road
Livingston County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$800
950 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$800
980 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Starlight Mobile Home Park is located at 7175 Bishop Rd, in Brighton, Michigan just south of the Lee Road exit off US-23. Starlight is a very quiet Mobile Home Park with many retirees and longtime tenants.
Results within 10 miles of Brighton
Verified
11 Units Available
Kensington Park
30791 Jeffrey Ct
South Lyon, MI
1 Bedroom
$889
767 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$964
860 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:26 AM
Located in growing South Lyon / New Hudson with its many new shopping and recreation alternatives, Kensington Park Apartments is truly a place to call home.
Verified
Contact for Availability
Redwood Howell
1744 Ella Ln
Howell, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,749
1355 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:08 PM
Redwood Howell is where you'll find the single-story apartment you've been looking for. Live in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, pet-friendly home with an attached garage.
1 Unit Available
9991 Cambridge Court
9991 Cambridge Ct
Livingston County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
980 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:45 AM
Beautiful 55+ Co-op Condo in Centennial Farm Subdivision with Crooked lake privileges. Tons of updates, Spacious living room opens out to the lovely Florida room. Updated Kitchen includes all new stainless-steel appliances and fresh paint.
1 Unit Available
28342 Pontiac Trail
28342 Pontiac Trail
Oakland County, MI
Studio
$8,000
13000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:45 AM
13,000 Sq Ft commercial building in prime location for lease! Located on busy Pontiac Trail, this unique building is available now for lease. Front office and retail approx. 4,500 Sq Ft, and middle shop and warehouse approx.
1 Unit Available
205 MAPLEWOOD CRT
205 Maplewood Court
South Lyon, MI
1 Bedroom
$1,050
734 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:45 AM
GREAT CONDO IN THE BROOKWOOD VILLAGE IN SOUTH LYON. YOU WILL LOVE HOW CLOSE IT IS TO TOWN. THIS CONDO READY & WAITING FOR A NEW TENANT. YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED, ALL APPLIANCES AND LAUNDRY RM WITH STORAGE.
1 Unit Available
910 E Clinton
910 East Clinton Street
Howell, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,895
1250 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:45 AM
Be the first to live in this brand new condo wonderfully located just a short walking distance to downtown Howell.
1 Unit Available
480 E Shore Drive
480 East Shore Drive
Washtenaw County, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1726 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:45 AM
PET FRIENDLY!.Remodeled rental with view of Whitmore Lake. Newer Kitchen has been renovated! New cabinets & counter tops, spacious pantry with pull-out shelving, wood floors, all appliances including range/over, dishwasher & microwave.
1 Unit Available
427 E CLINTON
427 East Clinton Street
Howell, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,235
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
SPACIOUS 2 BEDRM, 1 BATH CONDO W/ATTACHED GARAGE - ENJOY DOWNTOWN LIVING IN THIS UPPER LEVEL 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH CONDO IN DOWNTOWN HOWELL! MAIN UPPER LEVEL FLOOR OFFERS 2 BEDROOMS/1 BATH W/TUB/SHOWER, KITCHEN W/SMALL OUTDOOR DECK, AND SPACIOUS LIVING
Find More Rentals in Nearby

Cities

South Lyon, MI Apartments

Cities

Find an apartment for rent in Brighton, MI


Searching for an apartment for rent in Brighton, MI? Look no further! Apartment List will help you find a perfect apartment near you. There are 48 available rental units listed on Apartment List in Brighton. Click on listings to see photos, floorplans, amenities, prices and availability, and much more!

Tired of browsing? Take our personalized quiz. You’ll answer a couple of simple questions and we’ll put together a list of Brighton apartments that are best for you. We’ll also factor in your commute, budget, and preferred amenities. Looking for a pet-friendly rental, or an apartment with in-unit washer and dryer? No problem, we’ll provide you with apartments that match that criteria.

You can trust ApartmentList.com to help you find your next Brighton, MI apartment rental! After all, everyone deserves a home they love.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is rent in Brighton?
Apartment Rentals in Brighton start at $950/month.
How much is rent in Brighton?
Apartment Rentals in Brighton start at $950/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Brighton?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Brighton?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Brighton properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Brighton properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How much should I pay for rent in Brighton?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Brighton.
How much should I pay for rent in Brighton?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Brighton.
How can I find off-campus housing in Brighton?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Brighton. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include College for Creative Studies, Lawrence Technological University, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Wayne State University, and Wayne County Community College District.
How can I find off-campus housing in Brighton?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Brighton. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include College for Creative Studies, Lawrence Technological University, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Wayne State University, and Wayne County Community College District.

City Guide

Brighton
The arts are alive in Brighton, with sculptures watching over various town entrances. Bob, the baffled and beheaded sculpture of a bald man smiling while taking a look at the sky overhead rests on East Main Street, greeting residents and passersby daily.
The arts are alive in Brighton, with sculptures watching over various town entrances. Bob, the baffled and beheaded sculpture of a bald man smiling while taking a look at the sky overhead rests on East Main Street, greeting residents and passersby daily.

Brighton is a charming suburb in Southwestern Michigan, 40 miles from Detroit. The kind of town that has a little something for everyone, Brighton boasts a serene set of downtown blocks, arts and entertainment, and al fresco activity when the weather is fine. Local businesses flourish while chain stores supply demand for items not produced close by.

Moving to Brighton

This captivating small town is teeming with rental deals. If you're seeking a three-bedroom home for rent in Brighton, you'll find it. On the prowl for an antiquated apartment complex? Secured. There are many options up for grabs and it won't take long before the lease is signed and your money is tied up in first month's rent, security deposit and that brand new tapestry you plan to hang in the hallway.

Rental prices here range depending on what area of town you wind up. Budget friendly options can be found without hassle, even though property in the city can prove to be on the high end.

Landlords and management companies here seek responsible tenants. So, equip yourself with a copy of your ID, proof of income, some references and a co-signer if your credit score is lacking girth. Some rental companies charge a fee to run a credit and background check but it's typically minimal. Once accepted, borrow a truck and move your belongings carefully into place. You wouldn't want to be responsible for that tear in the carpet.

The walk score here is 62, which makes walking to take care of errands somewhat simple. However, it's still beneficial to have a vehicle or carpool around town.

Moving to Brighton
+

This captivating small town is teeming with rental deals. If you're seeking a three-bedroom home for rent in Brighton, you'll find it. On the prowl for an antiquated apartment complex? Secured. There are many options up for grabs and it won't take long before the lease is signed and your money is tied up in first month's rent, security deposit and that brand new tapestry you plan to hang in the hallway.

Rental prices here range depending on what area of town you wind up. Budget friendly options can be found without hassle, even though property in the city can prove to be on the high end.

Landlords and management companies here seek responsible tenants. So, equip yourself with a copy of your ID, proof of income, some references and a co-signer if your credit score is lacking girth. Some rental companies charge a fee to run a credit and background check but it's typically minimal. Once accepted, borrow a truck and move your belongings carefully into place. You wouldn't want to be responsible for that tear in the carpet.

The walk score here is 62, which makes walking to take care of errands somewhat simple. However, it's still beneficial to have a vehicle or carpool around town.

Neighborhoods in Brighton

With three large main areas to choose from in Brighton, you'll never be at a shortage of great areas to search for rental homes.

City Center: Hip and easily traversed on foot, Brighton's city center is an area where you'll find smaller properties up for grabs, hi-rise buildings and single-family homes sporting one or two bedrooms. Moderate vacancies make securing the property of your dreams a reality.

Most of the small boutiques, independent shops and nightlife reside here. You can peruse Oh My Lolli for delectable hard candy treats, old-fashioned household d̩cor at Our Place To Yours, or take home some wine and dairy stuffs for the housewarming shindig from Main Street Cheese Market.

Dining establishments of note include Ciao Amici's for Italian cuisine and La Marsa for stupendous Mediterranean fare and great lunch specials. Two Brothers Coffee is the local go-to for java. Take freshly ground beans home for consumption or simply sit and enjoy the surroundings, they even boast a full bar, for those that like to spike their morning cup.

Relaxation comes in the form of muscle manipulation at LaVida Massage. For those that are too ticklish for a body rub, a morning spent at Brighton Lake's east end should do the trick as well.

Green Oak: This suburban portion of town is a bit more serene and sophisticated. Homes here are larger than those in city center, suitable for those three-bedroom homes for rent. While driving is a more viable option for getting around, you'll be able to walk through nature rather than to the local bar. Townhomes and apartment buildings can be found but they aren't as plentiful here as in other sections of town.

For the sizes of property in the area, rental rates are very friendly on any budget. This is the part of town to scour if you're in the market for something large but reasonably attractive.

This area is known for its proximity to outdoor attractions. The Island Lake State Recreation Area as well as Mallard, Trout, Briggs, Fonda, and Island Lakes are here. There's no shortage of activity, from hiking and fishing to sunbathing and swimming, this nature-heavy community isn't lacking in the green space department.

Dining options include Bar None Steak and Fish, which serves not only what the namesake would suggest but also burgers, draft beer and some of the best before dinner bread rolls around. Brighton Supermarket houses all your grocery goods as well as an amazing deli that serves sandwiches and pizza to locals in the know.

Chilson: Large, luxurious houses and townhomes are on the market here, often boasting four to five bedrooms and ample space to park all of your belongings, even if you're a hoarder. Amenities abound, but vacancy rates are low. Scoring a home for rent here may be daunting but with the right amount of effort, very possible. The rent here is high but every penny is well spent on these sprawling properties. No small apartments or condos for rent in this section of town, but if you're looking for a chic and refined lifestyle, this is the place to find it.

Once again, natural surroundings mingle effortlessly with homes in the area. The Mt. Brighton Ski Area as well as Baetcke, Lime, Warden and Brighton Lakes are within community limits. Residents of Chilson enjoy year-round activity outdoors; make certain to bring an ample jacket.

Neighborhoods in Brighton
+

With three large main areas to choose from in Brighton, you'll never be at a shortage of great areas to search for rental homes.

City Center: Hip and easily traversed on foot, Brighton's city center is an area where you'll find smaller properties up for grabs, hi-rise buildings and single-family homes sporting one or two bedrooms. Moderate vacancies make securing the property of your dreams a reality.

Most of the small boutiques, independent shops and nightlife reside here. You can peruse Oh My Lolli for delectable hard candy treats, old-fashioned household d̩cor at Our Place To Yours, or take home some wine and dairy stuffs for the housewarming shindig from Main Street Cheese Market.

Dining establishments of note include Ciao Amici's for Italian cuisine and La Marsa for stupendous Mediterranean fare and great lunch specials. Two Brothers Coffee is the local go-to for java. Take freshly ground beans home for consumption or simply sit and enjoy the surroundings, they even boast a full bar, for those that like to spike their morning cup.

Relaxation comes in the form of muscle manipulation at LaVida Massage. For those that are too ticklish for a body rub, a morning spent at Brighton Lake's east end should do the trick as well.

Green Oak: This suburban portion of town is a bit more serene and sophisticated. Homes here are larger than those in city center, suitable for those three-bedroom homes for rent. While driving is a more viable option for getting around, you'll be able to walk through nature rather than to the local bar. Townhomes and apartment buildings can be found but they aren't as plentiful here as in other sections of town.

For the sizes of property in the area, rental rates are very friendly on any budget. This is the part of town to scour if you're in the market for something large but reasonably attractive.

This area is known for its proximity to outdoor attractions. The Island Lake State Recreation Area as well as Mallard, Trout, Briggs, Fonda, and Island Lakes are here. There's no shortage of activity, from hiking and fishing to sunbathing and swimming, this nature-heavy community isn't lacking in the green space department.

Dining options include Bar None Steak and Fish, which serves not only what the namesake would suggest but also burgers, draft beer and some of the best before dinner bread rolls around. Brighton Supermarket houses all your grocery goods as well as an amazing deli that serves sandwiches and pizza to locals in the know.

Chilson: Large, luxurious houses and townhomes are on the market here, often boasting four to five bedrooms and ample space to park all of your belongings, even if you're a hoarder. Amenities abound, but vacancy rates are low. Scoring a home for rent here may be daunting but with the right amount of effort, very possible. The rent here is high but every penny is well spent on these sprawling properties. No small apartments or condos for rent in this section of town, but if you're looking for a chic and refined lifestyle, this is the place to find it.

Once again, natural surroundings mingle effortlessly with homes in the area. The Mt. Brighton Ski Area as well as Baetcke, Lime, Warden and Brighton Lakes are within community limits. Residents of Chilson enjoy year-round activity outdoors; make certain to bring an ample jacket.

Living in Brighton

Living in town affords plenty of entertainment. If you're ever itching for more, however, Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti are a mere 20-minute drive down the freeway. Music venues not found in Brighton can be discovered here and include The Blind Pig, The Ark, and Woodruff's. The regional and national bands that take the stage are worth the short drive.

Art abounds and no better place to find it than the galleries of Brighton that include The Artist's Bench, Art Ventures, and Studio West. If feeling creative, try your hand at your own piece of work at Paint and Pour, a group art venue where you'll learn to paint and meet new folks all at once.

Living in Brighton
+

Living in town affords plenty of entertainment. If you're ever itching for more, however, Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti are a mere 20-minute drive down the freeway. Music venues not found in Brighton can be discovered here and include The Blind Pig, The Ark, and Woodruff's. The regional and national bands that take the stage are worth the short drive.

Art abounds and no better place to find it than the galleries of Brighton that include The Artist's Bench, Art Ventures, and Studio West. If feeling creative, try your hand at your own piece of work at Paint and Pour, a group art venue where you'll learn to paint and meet new folks all at once.

Read More

City Guide

Brighton
The arts are alive in Brighton, with sculptures watching over various town entrances. Bob, the baffled and beheaded sculpture of a bald man smiling while taking a look at the sky overhead rests on East Main Street, greeting residents and passersby daily.
The arts are alive in Brighton, with sculptures watching over various town entrances. Bob, the baffled and beheaded sculpture of a bald man smiling while taking a look at the sky overhead rests on East Main Street, greeting residents and passersby daily.

Brighton is a charming suburb in Southwestern Michigan, 40 miles from Detroit. The kind of town that has a little something for everyone, Brighton boasts a serene set of downtown blocks, arts and entertainment, and al fresco activity when the weather is fine. Local businesses flourish while chain stores supply demand for items not produced close by.

Moving to Brighton

This captivating small town is teeming with rental deals. If you're seeking a three-bedroom home for rent in Brighton, you'll find it. On the prowl for an antiquated apartment complex? Secured. There are many options up for grabs and it won't take long before the lease is signed and your money is tied up in first month's rent, security deposit and that brand new tapestry you plan to hang in the hallway.

Rental prices here range depending on what area of town you wind up. Budget friendly options can be found without hassle, even though property in the city can prove to be on the high end.

Landlords and management companies here seek responsible tenants. So, equip yourself with a copy of your ID, proof of income, some references and a co-signer if your credit score is lacking girth. Some rental companies charge a fee to run a credit and background check but it's typically minimal. Once accepted, borrow a truck and move your belongings carefully into place. You wouldn't want to be responsible for that tear in the carpet.

The walk score here is 62, which makes walking to take care of errands somewhat simple. However, it's still beneficial to have a vehicle or carpool around town.

Moving to Brighton
+

This captivating small town is teeming with rental deals. If you're seeking a three-bedroom home for rent in Brighton, you'll find it. On the prowl for an antiquated apartment complex? Secured. There are many options up for grabs and it won't take long before the lease is signed and your money is tied up in first month's rent, security deposit and that brand new tapestry you plan to hang in the hallway.

Rental prices here range depending on what area of town you wind up. Budget friendly options can be found without hassle, even though property in the city can prove to be on the high end.

Landlords and management companies here seek responsible tenants. So, equip yourself with a copy of your ID, proof of income, some references and a co-signer if your credit score is lacking girth. Some rental companies charge a fee to run a credit and background check but it's typically minimal. Once accepted, borrow a truck and move your belongings carefully into place. You wouldn't want to be responsible for that tear in the carpet.

The walk score here is 62, which makes walking to take care of errands somewhat simple. However, it's still beneficial to have a vehicle or carpool around town.

Neighborhoods in Brighton

With three large main areas to choose from in Brighton, you'll never be at a shortage of great areas to search for rental homes.

City Center: Hip and easily traversed on foot, Brighton's city center is an area where you'll find smaller properties up for grabs, hi-rise buildings and single-family homes sporting one or two bedrooms. Moderate vacancies make securing the property of your dreams a reality.

Most of the small boutiques, independent shops and nightlife reside here. You can peruse Oh My Lolli for delectable hard candy treats, old-fashioned household d̩cor at Our Place To Yours, or take home some wine and dairy stuffs for the housewarming shindig from Main Street Cheese Market.

Dining establishments of note include Ciao Amici's for Italian cuisine and La Marsa for stupendous Mediterranean fare and great lunch specials. Two Brothers Coffee is the local go-to for java. Take freshly ground beans home for consumption or simply sit and enjoy the surroundings, they even boast a full bar, for those that like to spike their morning cup.

Relaxation comes in the form of muscle manipulation at LaVida Massage. For those that are too ticklish for a body rub, a morning spent at Brighton Lake's east end should do the trick as well.

Green Oak: This suburban portion of town is a bit more serene and sophisticated. Homes here are larger than those in city center, suitable for those three-bedroom homes for rent. While driving is a more viable option for getting around, you'll be able to walk through nature rather than to the local bar. Townhomes and apartment buildings can be found but they aren't as plentiful here as in other sections of town.

For the sizes of property in the area, rental rates are very friendly on any budget. This is the part of town to scour if you're in the market for something large but reasonably attractive.

This area is known for its proximity to outdoor attractions. The Island Lake State Recreation Area as well as Mallard, Trout, Briggs, Fonda, and Island Lakes are here. There's no shortage of activity, from hiking and fishing to sunbathing and swimming, this nature-heavy community isn't lacking in the green space department.

Dining options include Bar None Steak and Fish, which serves not only what the namesake would suggest but also burgers, draft beer and some of the best before dinner bread rolls around. Brighton Supermarket houses all your grocery goods as well as an amazing deli that serves sandwiches and pizza to locals in the know.

Chilson: Large, luxurious houses and townhomes are on the market here, often boasting four to five bedrooms and ample space to park all of your belongings, even if you're a hoarder. Amenities abound, but vacancy rates are low. Scoring a home for rent here may be daunting but with the right amount of effort, very possible. The rent here is high but every penny is well spent on these sprawling properties. No small apartments or condos for rent in this section of town, but if you're looking for a chic and refined lifestyle, this is the place to find it.

Once again, natural surroundings mingle effortlessly with homes in the area. The Mt. Brighton Ski Area as well as Baetcke, Lime, Warden and Brighton Lakes are within community limits. Residents of Chilson enjoy year-round activity outdoors; make certain to bring an ample jacket.

Neighborhoods in Brighton
+

With three large main areas to choose from in Brighton, you'll never be at a shortage of great areas to search for rental homes.

City Center: Hip and easily traversed on foot, Brighton's city center is an area where you'll find smaller properties up for grabs, hi-rise buildings and single-family homes sporting one or two bedrooms. Moderate vacancies make securing the property of your dreams a reality.

Most of the small boutiques, independent shops and nightlife reside here. You can peruse Oh My Lolli for delectable hard candy treats, old-fashioned household d̩cor at Our Place To Yours, or take home some wine and dairy stuffs for the housewarming shindig from Main Street Cheese Market.

Dining establishments of note include Ciao Amici's for Italian cuisine and La Marsa for stupendous Mediterranean fare and great lunch specials. Two Brothers Coffee is the local go-to for java. Take freshly ground beans home for consumption or simply sit and enjoy the surroundings, they even boast a full bar, for those that like to spike their morning cup.

Relaxation comes in the form of muscle manipulation at LaVida Massage. For those that are too ticklish for a body rub, a morning spent at Brighton Lake's east end should do the trick as well.

Green Oak: This suburban portion of town is a bit more serene and sophisticated. Homes here are larger than those in city center, suitable for those three-bedroom homes for rent. While driving is a more viable option for getting around, you'll be able to walk through nature rather than to the local bar. Townhomes and apartment buildings can be found but they aren't as plentiful here as in other sections of town.

For the sizes of property in the area, rental rates are very friendly on any budget. This is the part of town to scour if you're in the market for something large but reasonably attractive.

This area is known for its proximity to outdoor attractions. The Island Lake State Recreation Area as well as Mallard, Trout, Briggs, Fonda, and Island Lakes are here. There's no shortage of activity, from hiking and fishing to sunbathing and swimming, this nature-heavy community isn't lacking in the green space department.

Dining options include Bar None Steak and Fish, which serves not only what the namesake would suggest but also burgers, draft beer and some of the best before dinner bread rolls around. Brighton Supermarket houses all your grocery goods as well as an amazing deli that serves sandwiches and pizza to locals in the know.

Chilson: Large, luxurious houses and townhomes are on the market here, often boasting four to five bedrooms and ample space to park all of your belongings, even if you're a hoarder. Amenities abound, but vacancy rates are low. Scoring a home for rent here may be daunting but with the right amount of effort, very possible. The rent here is high but every penny is well spent on these sprawling properties. No small apartments or condos for rent in this section of town, but if you're looking for a chic and refined lifestyle, this is the place to find it.

Once again, natural surroundings mingle effortlessly with homes in the area. The Mt. Brighton Ski Area as well as Baetcke, Lime, Warden and Brighton Lakes are within community limits. Residents of Chilson enjoy year-round activity outdoors; make certain to bring an ample jacket.

Living in Brighton

Living in town affords plenty of entertainment. If you're ever itching for more, however, Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti are a mere 20-minute drive down the freeway. Music venues not found in Brighton can be discovered here and include The Blind Pig, The Ark, and Woodruff's. The regional and national bands that take the stage are worth the short drive.

Art abounds and no better place to find it than the galleries of Brighton that include The Artist's Bench, Art Ventures, and Studio West. If feeling creative, try your hand at your own piece of work at Paint and Pour, a group art venue where you'll learn to paint and meet new folks all at once.

Living in Brighton
+

Living in town affords plenty of entertainment. If you're ever itching for more, however, Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti are a mere 20-minute drive down the freeway. Music venues not found in Brighton can be discovered here and include The Blind Pig, The Ark, and Woodruff's. The regional and national bands that take the stage are worth the short drive.

Art abounds and no better place to find it than the galleries of Brighton that include The Artist's Bench, Art Ventures, and Studio West. If feeling creative, try your hand at your own piece of work at Paint and Pour, a group art venue where you'll learn to paint and meet new folks all at once.