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There is no place like South Eastern Wisconsin. I love this area and once I show you around, I’m convinced you will love it too. From the shores of Lake Michigan to our suburban communities you could call it home too.
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NextHome Lake Country and Beyond opened its doors in early 2017. Broker/Owner, Rochelle Gamauf’s number one goal was to strive for excellent service, to treat our clients like family. Our team of professionals work together to give you the best service whether Buyer or Selling. Our tagline is known as “Humans Over Houses,” because the people we serve are what truly matter to us. #HumansOverHouses. We have the best agents that are truly passionate about helping our clients find their NextHome. #Humans Over Houses. We have the best agents that are truly passionate about helping about helping our clients find their NextHome!
Big Bend is a great little village in Wisconsin with a small population. It’s surrounded by the beauty of nature and two parks. The main park is located next to Fox River and has a playground, boat launch, baseball diamond and picnic and camping facilities. The other park contains a soccer field and located on Cherry Street. Big Bend also has three industrial parks that provide the area with plenty of job opportunities. Big Bend is located within the Mukwonago Area School District. With plenty of homes that include large yards, Big Bend is a great place to raise a family, big or small! Restaurants and Shopping Papa Stache is a bar restaurant that is good for a Friday fish fry and has other daily specials. Blue Heron is a great place for Friday fish fry and their Saturday special, typically two New York Strip Steak dinners and fixings. Kelly's Bleachers is an outdoor softball and sports pub bar. There are a few bike shops no big box store except Stein Gardens. Things to do in Big Bend In July check out the Rumble by the River it is a truck and tracker Pull. Starting in May through October but only occurs once a month is Big Bend's Flea Market at Village Park.
Brookfield WI is a beautiful suburban community just west of Milwaukee. Brookfield has over 1800 acres of land in 25 area parks that provide opportunities for hiking, swimming, biking and exploring nature trails. One of my favorite parks to visit is Fox Brook Park . Also, it is a great place to bring the family for a swim along with enjoy a nature walk. According to SafeHome website, Wisconsin is home to 9 of the 500 safest cities in the country. Within the State, Brookfield was rated 8 with a safety score of 81.62. https://www.safehome.org/safest-cities/wi/ First, enjoy Brookfield's newest shopping area, The Corners. The Corners is a luxury shopping center, outstanding restaurants, great outdoor spaces, underground parking is a plus and entertainment. The newest development is the Silverspot Cinema which is a luxury movie theater and full service restaurant. Second, visit Brookfield Square mall, where you can find great stores and exciting new restaurants. At this time they are expanding and adding new places everyday like Movie Tavern, Uncle Julio's and Club Champion (premium golf club fitting). Finally, the newest attraction is WhirlyBall which is a two story 45,000 sq ft building. Which is featuring a Chicago-based restaurant. WhirlyBall is a game that combines lacrosse and bumper cars.
If you’re looking for a quiet place outside the city of Milwaukee, look no further! Thanks to the railroad, we have the historic beautiful village of Butler, north of Wauwatosa and Brookfield. Butler is a great place to live if you want a quiet neighborhood with easy access to nearby attractions, such as The Milwaukee County Zoo, The Mayfair Collection, and Mayfair Mall. Butler also has a parks and recreation department that provides various programs throughout the year, such as Zumba, Horseshow Leagues, and Male & Female Softball Leagues. With suburban homes available, big and small, Butler is a great place to reside outside of the city! Click the link below to view Butler’s available real estate. Restrarants and Shopping Things to do in Butler
Delafield WI has it all for you! Great dining and shopping, wooded forests and trails for hiking in NagaWaukee County Park and the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Beautiful lakes along with a thriving business environment make Delafield a highly desirable area for your next home! Boating, swimming, fishing in the summer, cross-country skiing, ice-fishing, snowmobiling and sledding in the winter make Delafield a perfect year-round location for your next home. With convenient freeway access to Milwaukee and Madison and all points between, you are not far away from the bigger Wisconsin communities, but have your quiet oasis to return home to. Restaurants and Shopping You will find what you are looking for with many shopping areas along Hwy 83 & C, from big box stores to small business. There are so many cool restaurants that I like to visit, a few of them are, Delafield Brehaus, Zin uncommon Cal Italian, Belfre Kitchen, Marty's Pizza and Pacific Bistro. Things to do in Delafield There is never a shortage of things to do in Delafield. First thing that comes to my mind is you must see Lapham Peak. First, you must put on your walking shoes and hike up to the observation tower. The view is outstanding and 45 foot at highest point. Second, enjoy the lighted cross country skiing trails at night during winter. Third, if you like to camp there are several areas to enjoy. Finally, in summer there are many performances taken place on the Summer Stage.
The Town of Dousman and the Town of Ottawa share the same zip code. The Glacial Drumlin Trail is open year round so grab your bikes, walking shoes or roller blades and explore the outdoors. The Town of Ottawa, WI is small and yet spacious! Ottowa’s spread is just over 35 miles, and it’s population is just 3,897. Things to do in this area Ottawa & Dousman offers you the best of what Wisconsin has to offer—wooded areas, hiking trails, lakes for fishing and boating, and parks for outdoor family fun. Starting in May and Ending in October enjoy the Farmers market in Dousman Village Hall. Restaurants and Shopping There are three of them worth mentioning, Sunny Side Up Family Restaurant, Najera's Pizza Place and Bark River Yacht Club. With plenty of homes available, big and small, Ottawa is a great place to live a quiet, relaxed life.
Eagle is a quaint village in Wisconsin with a small community, you can't miss the smiley faced yellow tower. Also, Eagle is nestled in the Kettle Moraine State Forest and offers many fun outdoor activities. By the way, Eagle proudly hosts Kettle Moraine Days in June each year, which brings the community and visitors together for fun, games, music, food and the annual parade down main street. To celebrate Halloween and the arrival of Autumn, Eagle hosts the Eagle Pumpkin Party in October, complete with a scarecrow display along Main Street. Music, food, pumpkin painting and more bring this family friendly community together once again to celebrate. Restaurants and Shopping First, start off your day with Breakfast at the Hen House Cafe, treat yourself to their homemade breads, pies and soups. Second, Looking for a place for Fish fry check out Brookwood Inn. Third, For your sweet tooth visit Simply D'Lish Cupcakes. In the mood to shop to find that treasure look no further than the Twisted Fork Saddle Shop. Things to do in Eagle Surrounded by the beauty of horse, camping and hiking trails and parks, and is nearby to the historical Old Word Wisconsin, a "Living History Museum". Walk through their 5 themed Villages. Also, Village Park host Kettle Moraine Days, there will be rides, games, food and music to enjoy in June. There are 11 Ice Age Trail to hike.
Elm Grove is small, beautiful village in Southeastern Wisconsin. It’s located in Waukesha County, making it a hop, skip, and a jump from Milwaukee and its suburbs. Unlike the Milwaukee area, Elm Grove has a smaller population, which is great for families or those who like a smaller, quieter town. Business Insider even named Elm Grove America’s best suburb in 2014, because of the excellent schools and low crime rates, among other perks. Activities and Parks The village of Elm Grove also has plenty of activities and entertainment to enjoy! At Village park, there are lots of things to do, 2 ball diamonds, 9 tennis courts, volleyball courts, playground equipment for kids, basketball courts and heated swimming pool and wading pool. Looking to be entertained, visit the Sunset Playhouse. Area Restaurants and Shopping To begin with, check out the Silver Spur Texas Smokehouse BBQ and Parkside 23 farm to table fare. Furthermore, if you have a sweet tooth visit Fazio's Chocalate and Elm Grove Park & Shop.
Comfort, luxury and natural beauty surrounds you in Hartland, WI. Hartland is a beautiful village community! Located along the banks of the Bark River and is in the heart of Lake Country! Hartland has that small town charm which you will find when walking downtown. In the mood for comfort food check out Zesti or Sweet Dreams. If you love Mexican you check out Senor Tomas Mexican-Latin. Meanwhile, if you are looking for a place to enjoy nature check out Nixon Park. Take a walk on the Ice Age Trail, after that cool off at the Splash Pad.
What Real Estate Agents Love About Jefferson County, WI Home to the Cities of Jefferson and Fort Atkinson, as well as 23 Wisconsin Lakes. Jefferson County is the perfect mix of a convenient location with an Upper Northern Wisconsin feel! Just north of Waukesha County, Jefferson County is roughly 50 minutes East of Madison and West of Milwaukee. The City of Jefferson boasts several unique shops for antiquing and Vetro Winery for tours and tastings. For example, be a part of the vibrant and evolving historical downtown business district. Fort Atkinson is a growing community, you will find it resembles strong values, dedicated work ethic and a small town feel. Finally, there is no shortage of area clubs and organizations to get involved in. Be a part of the vibrant life of the town. We can help you find your perfect home in Jefferson County or help you sell your home.
What Real Estate Agents Love about Kenosha County, WI Conveniently located between Milwaukee and Chicago, Kenosha County has so much to offer! From some of the best deals in shopping around at the Johnson Creek Premium Outlets, to the fun and uniqueness of the Bristol Renaissance Faire each summer, there is plenty to do and see! Cyclists will especially appreciate the 14 miles of paved biking trails offered throughout the Kenosha County parks. The beautiful park system also offers plenty of space and opportunities for recreation- golfing, hiking, running, swimming and more. Enjoy all the conveniences of big city living with the quietness of a rural community in Kenosha County.
Lac La Belle
Lac La Belle
Lac La Belle Lake According to the DNR it is a 1154 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 45 feet and a mean depth of 11 Feet. The lake water clarity is very Clear. Bottom consist of 10% sand, 80% gravel, 0% rock and 5% muck Fish you will find in the Lake Largemouth Bass Northern Pike Panfish Small mouth Bass Walleye
Waukesha WI offers you beautiful, unique classic homes or the best of Located just outside of Menomonee Falls and Sussex, Lannon is a very small village with a population of just over a thousand. The beautiful Fox River runs along side this quiet village, and there are a handful of great local pubs and restaurants. If you’re thinking of raising a family in Lannon, the village has great public schools as well!
Little & Big Muskego Lake
Little Muskego Lake According to the DNR, Little Muskego lake is 470 acres located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 65 feet with a mean depth of 14 Feet. However, for a deep lowland lake, the water quality is considered Good. As a matter of fact, the bottom consist of 5% sand, 25% gravel, 0% rock and 70% Muck. Big Muskego Lake According to the DNR, Little Muskego lake is 2194 acres located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 23 feet. However, for a Shallow Lowland lake, water quality is considered Good. Finally, the bottom consist of 10% sand, 0% gravel, 0% rock and 90% Muck. Lake Fish Panfish Largemouth Bass Northern Pike Walleye (Little Muskego Lake Only)
Village of Menomonee Falls is known for its 16 beautiful parks and golf courses. During your visit you can enjoy the beach, fish, hike or just walk your dog. In addition, there are 12 miles of recreational trails for running, biking or walking. If you are a golfer, you have a choice of 7 public golf courses, as well as the North Hills Country Club, which hosts the Lombardi Classic. According to SafeHome website, Wisconsin is home to 9 of the 500 safest cities in the country. Within the State, Menomonee Falls was rated 2 with a safety score of 87.68. https://www.safehome.org/safest-cities/wi/ Menomonee Falls hosts several annual community fairs and events to celebrate the seasons, such as the Cheery Cherry Fair, the Falls Harvest Fair, and the Jingle Bells Craft Fair just to name a few. Close to nearby shopping, dining, and entertainment, there is something for everyone in Menomonee Falls! The Menomonee Falls Farmers Market is every Wednesday from May throughout October. Some of the most fun things to do is go to Menomonee Falls to walk, hike, picnic, etc. Must visit the Chocolate Falls, it is a little gem on Main Street, sure to feed any of your sugar cravings. With a group check out Team Escape 262, check out the Captain Maxwell's Shipwrecked room. Some of my favorite restaurants are Grate Modern Mac & Cheese, Main Mill and De Marinis Pizza. Menomonee Falls offers a variety of homes ranging from starter homes to luxurious mansions.
What Real Estate Agents Love about Milwaukee County, WI There is so much to do in Milwaukee County, opportunities are endless. Be a part of the culture, festivals, nature, fine dining and night life of Milwaukee County! There are a total of 41 Lakes and 4 Rivers. There is a new arena Fiserv Forum, the home of the Milwaukee Bucks. Looking to enjoy a hockey game go see the Admirals play at UW-Milwaukee Panther Area. Finally, you must tailgate at Miller Park and enjoy the Milwaukee Brewers game. In late June to usually the first week in July for a total of 11 days, plan to spend your days at the Lake Front. Summerfest is the World's largest music festival. Tons of food, local music and name cover artist will sure to delight you. On July 3 on Milwaukee's lakefront enjoy the firework show. In the beginning of August, enjoy Wisconsin State Fair in West Allis. They created the most unique and unusual foods on a stick. The fair hosts annual food competition, the Sporkies. Looking to explore history tour the Harley-Davidson Museum. You can spend a day here and learn more about the legacy of the founders, William Harley and the Arthur Davidson. Next, go explorer the Historic Third Ward. You will find shops, restaurants, art galleries and bars. Since you are in the area stop by the Milwaukee Public Market. Most unique downtown food destination. Also, during the summer time you will find a City or Church festival about every weekend. Milwaukee is the perfect mix of big city appeal with a smaller city feel. The largest metropolitan area in Wisconsin, Milwaukee’s diverse neighborhoods are rich in history and homes built with old-world craftmanship.
With a small population and an excellent school district, Mukwonago is the perfect place to raise a family. Mukwonago is home to plenty of parks and open spaces, as well as the beautiful Phantom Lake and Mukwonago River. The village of Mukwonago also makes a great home for working professionals, as it is minutes away from Milwaukee with easy access to Chicago and Madison as well. Mukwonago will satisfy both your urban and small-town lifestyle needs! Restaurants & Shopping To begin with my favorite Restaurants to visit, First it is Fork in the Road also a great place for Friday Fish Fry. Second, Antigua Real is a Latin & Mexican restaurant that has awesome salsa and a great menu of cuisine. Third, in the mood for BBQ, check out David Alan's Smokehouse and Saloon. Next, in the mood for shopping up and down North Rochester Road you will find what you are looking for. Things to do in Mukwonago There are so many fun things to do in Mukwonago depending on the season. The Elegant Farmer has an unique store filled with lots of great produce, pies, cider, ham, breads and the list goes on. Go to the Elegant Farmer in the Fall for the autumn fest, pick apples right from the tree, enjoy cider donuts, take the kids on a hay ride, pick a pumpkin and enjoy a caramel apple at the end. Other Farm that you can visit during fall is Schuett Farm they have similar fall activities. Field Park host the farmers market on Wednesdays 2-6pm starting in May through October. Also, you must check out Maxwell street days in June at Field Park.
Muskego lets you enjoy the closeness of nearby Milwaukee and Waukesha, with all the quiet and serenity of a quiet, rural community. Muskego has beautiful estates, single family homes and farmsteads offering you acres of peace and solitude among the beautiful nature that surrounds you. Restaurants and Shopping Alpine Lanes of Muskego, has lots of lunch or dinner options to choice from. Friday Fish Fry, American cuisine, to Pizza. Additionally, try a round of bowling afterwards. Secondly, you might want to try Matty's Bar & Grille delicious food and if nice outside sit on the patio. There are many places to shop around the three major streets, Hwy Y and Janesville Road. Things to do in Muskego Surrounded by Little Muskego Lake, Lake Denoon, Wind Lake and Big Muskego Lake, and with the Fox River running through it, Muskego offers you the best of lake living outside your front door. Boating, fishing, skiing and swimming in the summer, ice fishing and snowmobiling in the winter. There are several parks in Muskego. First, Idle Isle Park which is located on the Northern end of Little Muskego lake. There is a nice sandy beach, boat launch area, play equipment for kids and lots of walking trails. Second, Muskego Park is one the county's first regional parks. There is a sandy beach area, camping areas and lots of trails around this 193 acre park.
Nashotah lets you enjoy the closeness of nearby Milwaukee and Waukesha, as well as the tranquility of a small town. With a population of just 1,395, Nashotah is the perfect place to retire, or to raise a family. The short commute to the cities makes it a great place for working professionals as well. The village of Nashotah is home to Wisconsin’s oldest restaurant, The Red Circle Inn, as well as the nearby Nashotah Lakes, from which the village took its name. Nashotah also has a local park, which includes a playground for children. Nashotah offers a variety of homes to fit your budget, including lakefront properties.
Nashotah Lake Upper and Lower
Upper Nashotah Lake According to the DNR it is a 131 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 53 feet. The lake water clarity is concerned Excellent. Bottom consist of 25% sand, 45% gravel, 0% rock and 30% muck Lower Nashotah Lake According to the DNR it is a 93 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 43 feet and a mean depth of 20 Feet. The lake water clarity is concerned Excellent. Bottom consist of 10% sand, 40% gravel, 0% rock and 50% muck Fish you will find in the Lake Largemouth Bass Northern Pike Panfish Walleye Smallmouth Bass (Lower only) Trout (Lower Only)
Nemahbin Lake Upper and Lower
Upper Nemahbin Lake According to the DNR it is a 277 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 60 feet. The lake water clarity is Excellent. Bottom consist of 5% sand, 10% gravel, 0% rock and 85% muck Lower Nemahbin Lake According to the DNR it is a 239 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 36 feet.. The lake water clarity is Good. Bottom consist of 10% sand, 30% gravel, 0% rock and 60% muck. Fish you will find in the Lake Largemouth Bass Northern Pike Panfish Small mouth Bass Walleye
Enjoy Southeast WI luxury living at its finest in New Berlin, WI. The wonderful upscale community is conveniently located just outside of Milwaukee. Malone park is a great place to enjoy the outdoors. For instance, enjoy the ice rink during winter, tennis courts, summer concerts and lots of open green space. Equally important, there is close access to freeway to head east towards Milwaukee and west towards Madison. According to SafeHome website, Wisconsin is home to 9 of the 500 safest cities in the country. Within the State, New Berlin was rated 1st with a safety score of 89.32. https://www.safehome.org/safest-cities/wi/. In addition to, there are many good Restaurants like Lagniappe Brasserie, Sunny Side up Cafe, Bass Bay Brewhouse and Diamond Jim's Steakhouse. Fun things to do in New Berlin: Moorland Road Golf Center, New Berlin Hills Golf Course, Kids in Motion fun place to take the little ones and Helium Trampoline & Indoor Adventure Park (1st place close to me where my kids have visited often). The New Berlin Farmers Market starting in May and ending in October on Saturdays. Located near the corner of National Ave and Michelle Witmer Drive.
North Prairie is a small village located within the Town of Genesee, Wisconsin. Located in Waukesha County, North Prairie is a short distance from Milwaukee, Waukesha, and surrounding communities. The village of North Prairie has a handful of beautiful parks. For instance you will find pavilions, tennis courts, children’s play areas, soccer fields and a softball diamond. In Addition, you might want to check out Broadlands Golf Club. It is a public course with 18 holes. The course is rated 4 1/2 Starts by Golf Digest. There is a Golf shop, pub, banquet hall and a junior golf program. There are also single family homes surrounded by the Golf course. Restaurants and Shopping There are a few restaurants like Zazing Primo Pizza-Chicken, Sideliners for Pub and Grill for burgers and Fish Fry's and Kay's Diner. The Union House is in Genesee Depot not that far for special occasions. Things to do in North Prairie You must check out the August Klatt Miniature Village. It is a little park and at night there are lights in the houses, church, bridge and fountain.
Enjoy acres of natural wooded seclusion and a vibrant small town community by buying your dream home in Oconomowoc, WI. Boutique shops, restaurants and lakeside living offer you all the charm you could ask for! Opulence and luxury can be yours, surrounded by the beauty of the nature and historical ambiance that surrounds you. There are many restored mansions and historical family homes in the area. The area includes the City of Oconomowoc, Towns of Oconomowoc and Okauchee, Villages of Summit, Lac La Belle and Oconomowoc Lake. Restaurants and Shopping There are so many places to go to eat mainly along Hwy 67 and Hwy 16/Wisconsin Ave. You can find Wine Maniacs Wine Bar and Bistro, Java Hut for a quick bit. Next, enjoy Maxim's at Oconomowoc Depot a train themed restaurant. Additionally, if you are looking to dine on the lake here are a few places to check out: The Lakeside Supper Club and Lounge, Oconomowoc Lake Club, Lakerz Pub & Eatery. But, when it comes to shopping Oconomowoc will not disappoint. You will find antiques, specialty shops, artisan boutiques almost everything you are looking for. The main areas are Hwy 67 and Main Street. The bigger box stores are on Hwy 67. Things to do in Oconomowoc Farmer's markets are a find place to find fresh produce, enjoy bakery items, listen to music, and enjoy meeting new people. The summer Farmer's market begins on May and ends in October on Saturday's. Located at First Financial Centre Campus lot. Winter farmers market begins in November and is on Sundays at the Oconomowoc High School. On June 1st there is a fun 5k run/walk event called the yellow Brick Road.
Oconomowoc Lake According to the DNR it is a 818 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 60 feet and a mean depth of 32 Feet. The lake water clarity is very Clear. Bottom consist of 10% sand, 80% gravel, 0% rock and 10% muck Fish you will find in the Lake Largemouth Bass Northern Pike Panfish Small mouth Bass Walleye A must see is Oconomowoc Lake Club, it is one of the country's oldest Yacht clubs. It is a membership club, they have special events, summer programs, dining, and also weddings.
Okauchee Lake According to the DNR it is a 1210 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 90 feet and a mean depth of 32 Feet. The lake water clarity is good. Bottom consist of 35% sand, 25% gravel, 5% rock and 35% muck Fish you will find in the Lake Musky Largemouth Bass Northern Pike Panfish Small mouth Bass Walleye
What Real Estate Agents Love about Ozaukee County, WI Ozaukee is a beautiful community to experience each of the Wisconsin seasons. With a focus on a high quality of life, outdoor and indoor activities and community. The Interurban Trail is a paved trail that crosses the entire length of Ozaukee County (30 miles). As a matter of fact, its runs between Belgium, Port Washington, Grafton, Cedarburg, Thiensville and Mequon. Making running, biking and exploring the community fun and accessible. Ozaukee County is rich in pioneer history and the Ozaukee Historical Society is proud to preserve and share the heritage of the area. Coupled with some of the most beautiful and historical homes in Wisconsin. Both along Lake Michigan and through the rolling hills, Ozaukee County is the perfect place to make your next home!
Pewaukee WI offers you the best of what Wisconsin has to offer- a strong sense of community with a small town feel centered around beautiful Pewaukee Lake, conveniently located between Milwaukee and Madison. This premier lake country community is a charming and tranquil in feel, but provides all the desired amenities and services of a vibrant metro area- casual and fine dining, shops, and Waukesha County’s only public beach. Pewaukee Lake Pewaukee Lake is a 2437 acre (5 Miles long and one mile wide) lake with a maximum depth of 45ft. Fish include Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Walleye according to the DNR website. There are 3 boat landings. Pewaukee lake is one of my favorite beaches to go to during summer. It is also my favorite spot to go for the fireworks on the 4th of July. Great events like the Taste of Lake Country and Waterfront Wednesday Concerts. Area Restaurants and Shopping Pewaukee Yacht Club located on the southern shore of the lake. Some of my favorite restaurants are 5 O'Clock club, Artisan 179, Brewers Two Cafe, Michael's House of Prime, Seester's Mexican and The Chocolate Factory. To the East of the Lake on Capitol Drive you will find lots of places to shop, eat and entertainment. Check out the Wooden Hanger and DesignXchange. Ingleside Hotel (Formerly Country Springs Hotel) If you are in town for the Christmas time check out the Ingleside Hotel. Country Christmas where you can drive through a Christmas Trail, Village and the Streets of Bethlehem. At the end enjoy a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy the indoor Christmas exhibits. If it is a snowy or rainy day enjoy the Springs Water Park. Fun things to do in Pewaukee What to enjoy some indoor action go to Veloce Indoor Speedway for some smooth electric go karts. Take the Kids to Sky Zone they are always changing the course for some jumping fun. There is also the game room at Point Burger Bar, and Battle House Laser combat where they have a 11,000 square foot massive indoor combat experience.
What Real Estate Agents Love about Racine County, WI Conveniently located between Milwaukee and Kenosha, Racine County is the perfect place to live. Not to mention, with all the conveniences of City living and the quietness and beauty of little town living. Boasting the Racine Art Museum, the Racine Zoo, Grant Park Beach, and the Racine County Fairgrounds. Racine County is booming with outdoor activities, eating and entertainment options and cultural and family friendly attractions. That makes the Racine county a wonderful place for your next home! Overall, Our Racine County Realtors love the area, and would love to help you in your next home sale or search!
Silver Lake According to the DNR it is a 516 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 44 feet. The lake water clarity is very Clear. Bottom consist of 25% sand, 25% gravel, 0% rock and 50% muck Fish you will find in the Lake Musky Largemouth Bass Northern Pike Panfish Small mouth Bass Walleye Catfish
Find a place to call home in the Village of Sussex, just 19 miles away from Milwaukee, and 9 miles from Waukesha. As part of the Milwaukee metropolitan area, Sussex is a great place to live for those commuting to work in the city. The village also has several suburban communities for families. Sussex has plenty of job opportunities for working professionals, as well as a strong sense of community, activity, and leisure. The village offers a variety of facilities and open spaces such as trails for walking, biking, and running, a large community park, neighborhood parks and playgrounds, and conservancy areas. Residents can also visit the Community Center, which provides a variety of leisure, sports, volunteering, and social opportunities. Restaurants and Shopping There is one restaurant that I have been going to since I was a Kid and that is M & M Restaurant. Second, if you like Chinese food you must try Main Moon. Third, Tony Maronni's is an old-school pizzeria where you can taste the quality ingredients. Things to do in Sussex There are so many things to do in Sussex the kids shouldn't get bored. First, the Farmers market which begins in June and ends In October located at the Sussex Civic Center Plaza. In May check out the Rock-a-Thon also at Civic Center there will be music, cookout and bake sale items. Looking for something to do for the 4th of July start the morning with a parade. Next, get ready for the fireworks at night. Finally, you can enjoy the nice sunshine at on of Sussex's 13 parks. There are many open spaces for climbing and sliding in the playground, walking, biking and running trails.
With the convenience of city life just 30 minutes away, and the quaintness of small-town Wisconsin, Wales is a wonderful place to retire or raise a family. Wales spans over a mere 3 square miles and has a small population of just 2,549. The village of has plenty of beautiful, historical homes, and is also home to a great education system, including a nationally-recognized Blue Ribbon School. Restaurants, Shopping, things to do There are many small business around Hwy 83 and Hwy 18. During the summer time you must stop for Custard at LeDuc's. Pizza Guy focuses on quality and freshness of their ingredients and has a very welcoming feeling. If you are into Disc golf Wales Community park has an 18-hole course.
What Real Estate Agents Love about Washington County, WI Just minutes west of Milwaukee, Washington County boasts some of the most beautiful homes and landscapes in all of Wisconsin. Situated among the rolling hills and valleys of the Kettle Moraine, the highly desirable area is populated with beautiful homes in a nature-filled surrounding. Visit the Washington County Fair from July 23-28th. There are lots of great headliners, food, crafts, barnyard animals and more. Looking to relax by the Lake there are a total of 52 Lakes in Washington County. Next, you must check out Holy Hill. It is a beautiful castle atop of high kame in 400 acres of woods. Visitors can climb a 178-step observation tower to view all the way to Milwaukee skyline on a clear day. Additionally, grab you walking shoes and enjoy the Ice Age National Service Trail. You will find ancient glaciers, inland lakes and woodlands. Enjoy Hiking, hunting, boating, fishing, golfing, skiing and snowmobiling. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in Washington County, WI we can help! Our Washington County WI realtors love the area, and would love to assist you in your next home sale or search!
Waukesha WI offers you beautiful, unique classic homes or the best of modern build and design for your next home! Just west of Milwaukee County, Waukesha offers you convenient access to great shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. Waukesha offers plenty of indoor and outdoor activities that can be enjoyed year round. According to SafeHome website, Wisconsin is home to 9 of the 500 safest cities in the country. Within the State, Waukesha was rated 1st with a safety score of 85.03. https://www.safehome.org/safest-cities/wi/. The Shoppes at Fox River The Shoppes at Fox River you will find major box stores like Target, Pick N Save, Petco, GNC, Game Stop, Maurice's, TJ Max, Ross Dress for Less, Ulta, Charming Charlie, Get it Now, Hallmark, Old Navy, Bath & Body Works, Hobby Lobby, Tuesday Morning, Verizon Wireless,Men's Hair House, CVS Pharmacy, Mattress Firm, Dollar Tree and Skechers. For restraurants there is Jersey's Mikes, Buffalo Wild Wings, Noodles & Company, Subway, Chili's Bar & Grill, Panera, Burger King and Orange Leaf. Things to do in Waukesha In Downtown Waukesha Starting in May and Ending in October every Saturday is a wonderful Farmers Market. Also, in the Downtown location on Main Street Starting in June and ending in late August are Freeman Friday Nights. The downtown area is shutdown on Main Street to enjoy local musicians and dance in the street. Additionally, check out the Fun parks in Waukesha. For example go to Frame Park, Fox River Park, Retzer Nature Center, Minooka Park and dog park, Horeb Spring park. Some of my favorite restaurants are Tofte's Table, La Estacion, Pat's Rib Place, Arepanita's Cafe, Rochester Deli, Taylor's People's Park and Sakura Japan Sushi & Grill. Tofte's Table featuring an upscale restaurant that features shareable plates. You must try the Fried Chicken, you can thank me later. Cristina and Jason are the owners and they are always very welcoming. They are also the owners of the Steaming Cup right around the corner from Tofte's Table. Get there when they open or Go to Yelp and join wait list (do it right when they open). There are also other new developments coming on Sunset Drive and around Silvernail and Grandview Blvd.
What our Realtors Love About Waukesha County Offering both the convenience of city life with the quaintness of quiet rural or lakeside living, Waukesha County is a wonderful place to either raise a family or retire to. Conveniently located just west of Metro Milwaukee, Waukesha County has a wide variety of unique and beautiful classic and modern houses with one sure to be your next dream home! According to the 2010 census, Waukesha County is the third most populous county in Wisconsin. As a matter of fact, beacuse of its large number of lakes. The Northwestern corner of Waukesha County is also referred to as "Lake Country". Which includes Pewaukee, Delafield, Hartland, Merton, Nashotah, Chenequa, Okauchee Lake, Oconomowoc, Summit and Lac La Belle. There is a total of 91 lakes ranging in size from 0 acres to 2493 acres. Waukesha County Fair is in the month of July 17-21 and is the oldest county fair in Wisconsin. You will find barnyard animals, crafts, foods, farm displays and the Midway. There area a total of 49 parks on nearly 1,125 acres. Top ten parks are Fox River trail, Fox River Park, Glacial Drumlin State Trail, Kettle Moraine State Forest, Lake County Trail, Minooka Park, Muskego Park, Naga-Waukee Park, Retzer Nature Center, Simmons Woods Park.
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