Ed Constable has provided some information below for anyone considering one of the properties, land, or homes for sale in Lennon, Michigan, a small agricultural village located on the eastern border of Shiawassee County and Genesee County. The town is supported by a huge grain elevator, some small businesses, and is a commuter town for both the Saginaw, Lansing, and Flint areas. Historically, Lennon was founded by Peter Lennon, who was responsible for getting the Grand Trunk Railroad to run through the town in the early 1880’s. The village was later named after the founder. Lennon is a rural community with an estimated population of 527 according to the 2010 United States census bureau with formal boundaries of the village of encompassing a small land area of 0.91 sq. miles and has about 81 households and 133 families residing in the village. In Lennon, 63% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 27% of the households. With 33% of residents holding white collar jobs and 67% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Lennon, MI is 37 years, with 81% of those homes owned, 12% rented, and 7% not occupied. The median household income is $60,784 while the median household income is $48,750. Lennon township is one of the safest and most beautiful townships in Michigan, with the main use of the land being parks, Single-family homes, an increasing number of senior housing communities. Recreational and social activities for residents include restaurants, coffee shops, the Perkins Library, parks, and Lake Lennon. The low cost of living, in combination with its great location for commuters, makes Lennon pleasant place to live.