Genesee WI Homes for Sale | Market Report for November 2017

West Allis real estate agent

Live in the peaceful town of Genesee WI!

Genesee is a historic town in Waukesha County. It is located near the center of Waukesha County and in the beautiful Kettle Moraine area of southeast Wisconsin.

According to the United States Bureau, Genesee has an area of 32.0 square miles, of which, 31.9 square miles is land and 0.1 square mile is water.

Genesee was founded by German, Welsh, Irish, and English immigrants in the early 1840’s. On March 21, 1843, the Wisconsin State Legislature approved the present town boundaries of Genesee. The entire area of Genesee was formed 10,000 years ago by the glaciers. At present, it has a hilly terrain, shallow soil landscape, and beds of gravel and limestone underlie the land surface.

Genesee is unique because of the number of individual settlements in the township. There are five separate trading centers created by roads, railroads, and water power. Individual settlements include Genesee Village, Saylesville, Genesee Depot, North Prairie and Wales.

You will never run out of things to enjoy in Genesee!

Find your dream home in Genesee WI today.

Its rural environment is a perfect setting for those who enjoy the outdoors. The area is known for its wildlife trails with picturesque views and nature centers that allow visitors to explore natural history and the area’s flora and fauna.

Glacial-Drumlin Recreational Trail has bike and recreational trails stretching 54 miles between Waukesha County and Cottage Grove. The trail crosses many streams and rivers. It also runs alongside scenic lakes.

During the summer, visitors can bike, hike, and rollerblade on the different parts of the trail, while snow mobilers and cross-country skiers enjoy the winter wonderland during the colder season. There are also picnic areas available for events and recreation.

Lapham Peak State Park offers year-round activities for everyone to enjoy. It is located south of I-94 and has open meadows and wooded hills that provide a picturesque environment.

Operated by the Wisconsin State Parks and Forest system, the park includes a picnic area with an enclosed shelter, a 45-foot observation tower, miles of hiking trails, cross-country ski trails, mountain bike trails, and horse trails. There is also a portion of the park that includes a section of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.

The local park system in the area is responsible for maintaining Genesee Town Park and Genesee Sunset Park. Genesee Town Park has three baseball diamonds, three tennis courts, volleyball courts, and playground equipment.  Genesee Sunset Park is newly developed and will feature baseball fields, a shelter for entertainment, and more.

Real Estate in Genesee WI

Are you in the market for a home for sale in Genesee?

There is an array of homes for sale in the area. The Genesee housing market has three-bedroom Colonial homes, beautiful Lannon stone Cape Cods, rustic A-Frames with open concept floor plans, and attractive custom-built homes with upscale amenities.

Single-family homes dominate the Genesee real estate market. You can also find impressive homes on private lots in cul-de-sacs. In Genesee, there are also affordable properties near Merry Hills Country Club.

Whether you’re looking for a modest ranch-style home or high-end new construction, there’s always something here that will fit your needs, wants, and your budget.

Market Report for November 2017

Currently, there are 19 homes for sale in Genesee WI. The price of the homes ranges from $219,900 to $899,000. The living space ranges from 1400 square feet to 6194 square feet.

Homes for Sale in Genesee WI:

  • 19 Homes for Sale — Traditional Sales Average List Price: $470,062.
  • 0 Short Sale Properties
  • 0 Bank Owned/REO Properties

There have been 8 homes sold in Genesee WI during November 2017,  with an average sale price of $457,737.

Click here for the most recent list of homes for sale in Genesee WI.

Call me or text me, Kristin Johnston, today at 414-254-6647!

With my many years of experience in listing, selling, and buying homes, my hands-on skill of investment properties, and my knowledge of the Waukesha County area, I can help you find your real estate dream property.

Elm Grove WI Homes for Sale | Market Report for November 2017

West Allis real estate agent

Be a part of one of the best suburbs in America!

Elm Grove is a village in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. The village is positioned just 20 minutes west of Milwaukee for those who commute to the metropolitan area.

The village of Elm Grove is surrounded by four major roads, one of which is a U.S. Highway, U.S. Highway 18, or Bluemound Road. The other boundaries are made up of Pilgrim Parkway on the west, North Avenue on the North, and 124th Street on the East.

Elm Grove was once part of the 36-square-mile Town of Brookfield. It has managed to retain much of its small town charm even after its incorporation in 1955.

In October 2014, Elm Grove WI was named as America’s best suburb by Business Insider. Over 300 suburbs with populations between 5,000 and 100,000 were looked at when compiling the list. Factors like average commute time, median household income, poverty and crime rates, public school ratings, and housing affordability were taken into consideration.

The strong sense of community is one of the many reasons why you should seriously consider buying a home in Elm Grove.

The village, with its tree-lined streets and expansive, well maintained yards and gardens, is a sanctuary for birds and other wildlife. In fact, Elm Grove has earned the state title of “Bird City,” which means that the community is committed to making its environment thrive for birds, wildlife, and people.

Elm Grove is also home to Sunset Playhouse Theater.  Established in 1960, this non-profit theater offers an array of performances which include musicals, plays, and acapella chorus shows. It has been a training ground for many nationally recognized professional actors and technicians.

The Village Park in Elm Grove is a hub for great events and recreational opportunities. The park has 2 baseball diamonds, 9 tennis courts, 2 sand volleyball courts, basketball courts, playground equipment, a heated swimming pool and wading pool, a sledding hill, and picnic areas. The village also maintains a skating rink during the winter season.

Elm Grove is served by the Elmbrook School District and shares schools with its neighboring town, Brookfield. There are also parochial schools in the village which include Elm Grove Lutheran School (K-8) and St. Mary’s Visitation Parish School (K-8).

Real Estate in Elm Grove

The housing market in Elm Grove offers a wide selection of homes for sale. You can take your pick from 3-bedroom Cape Cods, beautiful colonials, ranches, and elegant English Arts & Crafts with 3+ acre lots.

If you prefer homes with larger rooms, baths, and bedrooms, you can head over to  Indian Hills, Elm Grove’s most exclusive neighborhood.

Elm Grove has a high rate of owner-occupied single family homes, which is a reflection of the stability in the local community.

Market Report for November 2017

Currently, there are 21 homes for sale in Elm Grove WI. The price of the homes ranges from $309,900 to $1,675,000. The living space ranges from 1509 square feet to 7941 square feet.

Homes for Sale in Elm Grove WI:

  • 21 Homes for Sale — Traditional Sales Average List Price: $404,621.
  • 0 Short Sale Properties
  • 1 Bank Owned/REO Property

There have been 14 homes sold in Elm Grove WI during November 2017,  with an average sale price of $390,900.

Click here for the most recent list of homes for sale in Elm Grove WI.

Call me or text me, Kristin Johnston, today at 414-254-6647!

With my many years of experience in listing, selling, and buying homes, my hands-on skill of investment properties, and my knowledge of the Waukesha County area, I can help you find your real estate dream property.

Kristin Johnston, RE/MAX Realtor, Continues To Give Back!

Giving Back With Each Home Sold!

Kristin Johnston, RE/MAX Realtor, Continues To Give Back!

Kristin Johnston's Give Back Program

As many of you know, I am passionate about animals.  Years ago, I decided to create my GIVE BACK Program.  As part of that program, I am happy to donate to an animal shelter or rescue in my client’s name upon closing.  If the client is not an animal lover, and prefers to have me donate to another organization, I am willing to do that too.  I have done this for years and years and really believe it sets me apart from my competition.  For me, it is about so much more than just getting a paycheck at the closing table.  Of course, I typically also give my client some other gift at closing, such as a gift card  to a home store or their favorite restaurant, or some other product I heard them mention that they like over the course of the transaction.

 

I was happy to donate to the following animal rescues/charities over the course of 2017:

 

HAWS, Humane Animal Welfare Society in Waukesha, multiple donations

Wildlife In Need Center

Food Pantry of Waukesha County

Hurricane Relief Hand In Hand

Angels Grace Hospice of Oconomowoc

Waukesha County Food Bank

Feeding America Program

K9 Mission and Rescue

Elmbrook Humane Society

American Cancer Society

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

WI Humane Society

NAMI Waukesha

Salvation Army

ASPCA

MS Society

 

 

If you, or someone you know, is looking to  buy or sell  a home in SE WI, contact me, Kristin Johnston today at 414 254 6647  or kjohnston@remax.net.  Together, we can make a difference!!

 

 

 

KRISTIN JOHNSTON, GIVING BACK WITH EACH HOME SOLD!

Big Bend WI Homes for Sale | Market Report November 2017

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Discover the enthralling village of Big Bend WI!

The village of Big Bend, Wisconsin was named for the river bend and has a total area of 3.15 square miles. It is located in southeastern Waukesha County bordered by the Fox River on the south and along I-43 on the north.

The village was first inhabited by families from Vermont in 1836. The area became known because of the enterprising ways of the Putnam brothers who settled near a “big bend” in the Fox River in anticipation of the Great Wisconsin Lands Sale of 1839.

The Putnam brothers were responsible for building the first sawmill in 1831, the first inn in 1842, and the first post office in 1846. The village was incorporated in 1928.

Big Bend is home to about 1300 residents and offers an active adult program, the Lions Club, and a public library. The average high temperatures here range from 27 in January to 83 in July.

Why Live in Big Bend WI?

If you’re planning to buy one of the homes for sale in Big Bend, you can enjoy all that this village has to offer.

Big Bend has been recognized as one of the most desirable and livable areas in Southeastern Wisconsin. The village is considered  an attractive place to live, work, and do business.

The scenic location and convenience to Milwaukee, Chicago and Madison are some of the best assets of Big Bend. You can reach Downtown Milwaukee in just 20 minutes, Chicago (O’Hare) in 76 minutes, and Madison in 80 minutes. The village  also has some of the lowest commuting costs in Waukesha County.

The village of Big Bend is a commuter’s paradise.

What’s in Big Bend?

Today, the village of Big Bend is home to a post office, a realty office, a pharmacy, several dentists, two banks, restaurants, salons, and other thriving businesses. There are also three industrial parks here, including the one on Industrial Ave. off of Edgewood.  

Big Bend Village is located within the Mukwonago Area School District. The Big Bend Elementary School (grades K-6) is located on the edge of the Village in the Town of Vernon, while the High School and Middle School (grades 7 & 8) are located in Mukwonago.

There are also two private schools in Big Bend. They are Christ Lutheran School, located on Clark St. and St. Joseph’s School, located on Milwaukee Avenue.

The Village of Big Bend is also home to two parks. The main park is conveniently located next to the river. Residents enjoy its playground equipment, boat launch, baseball diamond, and picnic area and camping facilities. The other park, located on Cherry Street,  contains a soccer field.

Do you want to know more about Big Bend WI? If you are planning to buy a home here, let me, Kristin Johnston, help you! You can find out more about how I can assist you on my website www.KristinJohnston.com/about.

Market Report for November 2017

Currently, there are 8 homes for sale in Big Bend WI. The prices range from $139,900 to $399,900. The living spaces are 1315 to 2500 square feet.  There are no pending homes for sale.  

Homes for Sale in Big Bend WI:

  • 8 Homes for Sale — Traditional Sales Average List Price: $221,525
  • 0 Short Sale Properties
  • 0 Bank Owned/REO Properties

There has been 1 home sales in Big Bend WI during November 2017.  The price of that home was $72,900  

Click here for the most recent list of homes for sale in Big Bend WI.

Call me or text me, Kristin Johnston, today at 414-254-6647!

With my extensive knowledge in listing, selling, and buying homes, my hands-on skill of investment properties, and my knowledge of the Waukesha County area, you are sure to sleep well at night knowing that all your real estate needs and concerns are in great hands.

 

 

Butler WI Homes for Sale | Market Report for November 2017

Waukesha County WI Homes for Sale

Come and see what this charming village has to offer!

Butler is a village in Waukesha County, Wisconsin which was established in 1913. This charming village owes it very existence to the railroad.

In the Fall of 1909, representatives from the Milwaukee, Sparta, and North Western Railway, a division of the Chicago and North Western Railways, paid a visit to farmers on the east side of the 124th Street. The representatives offered to buy the farmers’ farmland to establish railroad yards as an addition to an outer belt line around the City of Milwaukee.

One of the properties that was acquired for the construction of the “New Butler” railroad yard was the farm of George and Jennie Clark, which was brought for $ 18,000,00. The couple reserved the right to move their house off the land before the start of the construction in the spring of 1910.

Their house was moved across the fields on rollers to its present location on the family’s ancestral farm at 128th Street and Hampton Avenue in the center of Butler. The Clarke house is now a public museum dedicated to the settlement of the village of Butler and its connection to the Chicago and North Western Railroad.

The small community of “New Butler” was settled mostly by railroad workers and their families.

When it was incorporated, the village had a population of only 200 people. It grew steadily as the original developers and real estate speculator purchased acres of additional land which will be used for future development based on the activity generated by nearby railroad yards.

In 1926, “New” was dropped from the village’s name. The Village of Butler continued to grow as an incubator for business and industry mainly because of its proximity to the railroad yards.

To this day, residents of Butler Village WI continue to celebrate and promote their history as a railroad town.

People who live in Butler enjoy a small town with the advantages of its close proximity to major interstates and downtown Milwaukee.

There are also many community events like the Christmas Parade, Independence Day Parade, softball leagues, and National Night Out.

The Village of Butler WI is also home to industrial and retail businesses such as Cargill, Western States Envelope, and Molded Rubber and Plastic. Butler balances commercial and residential interests.

If you’re in the market for Butler WI homes for sale, you’ll find that this village is a good place to start and a great place to call home.

Market Report for November 2017

Currently, there are 2 homes for sale in Butler WI. The price of the homes range from $149,000 to $172,000. The living space ranges from 1166 square feet to 1744 square feet.

Homes for Sale in Butler WI:

  • 2 Homes for Sale — Traditional Sales Average List Price: $160,500
  • 0 Short Sale Properties
  • 0 Bank Owned/REO Properties

There have been 5 homes sold in Butler WI during November 2017.  The average days on market was 54.

Click here for the most recent list of homes for sale in Butler WI.

Call me or text me, Kristin Johnston, today at 414-254-6647!

With my extensive knowledge in listing, selling, and buying homes, my hands-on skill of investment properties, and my knowledge of the Waukesha County area, you are sure to sleep well at night knowing that all your real estate needs and concerns are in great hands.

Pewaukee 3 Bedroom Condo Sales Market Report November 2017

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My name is Kristin Johnston with RE/MAX Realty Center My market report gives you the real estate activity for Condos in Pewaukee, WI for the last 30 days. 
Are you looking to buy a condo in Pewaukee?  Wondering what your Pewaukee condo is worth? Call/text me at 414 254 6647 or email me at kjohnston@remax.net.  
I specialize in Waukesha County Real Estate, and have a lot of experience with Pewaukee Real Estate.   Call me for information on Pewaukee Lakefront Homes for Sale too!
Check out my website www.kristinjohnston.com!
houses for sale on pewaukee lake

There are currently 6 3 bedroom condos listed in Pewaukee, WI.   

The list prices are $144,900 and $279,000.  The condos range in size from 1093 square feet to almost 2100 square feet.  Only one of those condos has a 1 car garage.  The rest have either a 2 car or 2.5 car garage.  

There is 1 pending 3 bedroom condo listings for this time period.   This condo has a list price of $649,000,  has 3 bathroom and a 3 car garage. 

In the Pewaukee,Wisconsin Real Estate market there was 1 expired condo listing during this time period.  

During this time, 1 Pewaukee Condo with 3 bedrooms sold.  It sold for $215,000 and was a 3 bedroom, 2 baths,  with a 2 attached car garage, and was 1708 square feet.  

There were 0 3 bedroom condos that were withdrawn during this time period.  

Pewaukee Lakefront Home Sales Market Report November 2017

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My name is Kristin Johnston with RE/MAX Realty Center My market report gives you the real estate activity for Pewaukee Lakefront Homes for November 2017.

Are you looking to buy a home on the lake in Pewaukee?  Wondering what Pewaukee Lakefront Home is worth? Call/text me at 414 254 6647 or email me at kjohnston@remax.net.

I specialize in Waukesha County Real Estate, and have a lot of experience with Pewaukee Real Estate.

Whether you are looking to buy or sell your Pewaukee Lakefront Home, I would be happy to assist you in your real estate needs.

Review my many happy client testimonials too!

There are currently 9 Lakefront homes for sale on Pewaukee Lake.

List prices of the homes range from $164,900 to $2,500,000.

None of the  Pewaukee Lakefront Homes For Sale have an accepted offer on it.

The homes for sale on Pewaukee Lake are 1166 square feet on the small end to 6724 square feet in size.

2 Pewaukee Lakefront Home sold since November 1st, 2017.    Home sale prices ranged from $545,000 to $935,000.

There are 0 pending listings at this time.    0  Pewaukee Lake Home Listings expired during this time frame, and there were 0 withdrawn listings.

 

New Berlin WI Homes for Sale | Market Report for November 2017

New Berlin Homes

Get to know more about New Berlin WI – a city in Waukesha County!

New Berlin is a city in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Situated on the eastern border of Waukesha County, New Berlin is the second largest community in the county.

Sidney Evans and P.G. Harrington, the first settlers, arrived in the northeastern part of what is now New Berlin, in 1836. The area first came under local government in 1838 as part of the Town of Muskego, which at the time was composed of New Berlin and Muskego.

In 1839, the area that is now the city of New Berlin was separated from the Town of Muskego and named the Town of Mentor.

Then on January 13, 1840, the Town of Mentor became the Town of New Berlin. It was named by Sidney Evans for his hometown, New Berlin, New York.

If you want a place to live in that is safe and enjoyable, then one of the homes for sale in New Berlin WI will be perfect for you!

Homes for Sale in New Berlin WI

New Berlin WI offers a bevy of can’t-miss things to do.

From attending special events, to getting involved in the arts and learning about local history, to dining at independent restaurants and staying active at area parks, New Berlin WI has it all!

Residents of New Berlin enjoy a diversity of restaurants to dine in. The city is currently expanding to make way for more.

Aside from the many restaurants, you can also enjoy the benefit of being close to the Brookfield Mall. This is a great go to place if you’re looking for shopping or entertainment!

The best thing about New Berlin is that it is a very safe community.

Take a look at the many available home options in New Berlin WI!

If you’re looking for homes in a lower price range, there are condos for sale for as low as $70,000. These properties offer a large master bedroom, bright and clean kitchen, large pantry space, and their own private porch/patio space. If you’re lucky, yours may even have a pool.

The single family homes for sale in New Berlin WI start at $154,900. If you’re looking to own a more expensive property, there are also high-end properties here too!

Whether you are looking for condos or single-family homes for sale, New Berlin will be a great place to look!

To know more about New Berlin WI, you can talk to me, Kristin Johnston. Here is my website www.KristinJohnston.com/about where you can learn more about me and what I can do for you!

Market Report for November 2017

Currently, there are 65 homes for sale in New Berlin WI. The average list price of the homes is $288,685

Homes for Sale in New Berlin WI:

  • 65 Homes — Traditional Sales — List price: $288,685
  • 2 Short Sale Properties
  • 2 Bank Owned/REO Properties

There have been 43 homes sold since November 1 2017 in New Berlin WI.

The average days of the homes on the market were 39 days.

Click here for the most recent list of homes for sale in Waukesha County WI.

Call me or text me, Kristin Johnston, today at 414-254-6647 for your FREE home evaluation. With my extensive knowledge in listing, selling, and buying homes, my hands-on skill on investment properties, and my knowledge of the New Berlin area, you are sure to sleep well at night knowing that all your real estate needs and concerns are in great hands.

 

Ottawa WI Homes for Sale | Market Report for November 2017

Ottawa WI homes for sale

Looking for a superb place in which to live?

Ottawa is a town in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. The town has a total area of 34.9 square miles, of which 34.3 square miles is land and 0.6 square miles is water.

The area is known for big yards, lots of green spaces, and many lakes. It is bordered by the town of Waterville to the north and the town of Wales to the south. With the proximity of State Highway 67, downtown Milwaukee is only a 35-minute drive away.

Ottawa was founded in 1843 upon settlement by Talbot C. Dousman and three others. It was named after the Ottawa, a Native American tribe.

The earliest settlers to the area were German, Welsh, English, and Scotch-Irish immigrants. Because of the fertile soil, the land was originally used for farming and agriculture.

At present, the most common industries for residents of Ottawa include machinery and construction.

Although Ottawa covers roughly 36 square miles, it is home to just almost 4000 people. Buyers looking for Ottawa WI homes for sale will appreciate the abundance of space, privacy, and serenity.

You’ll never run out of things to enjoy in Ottawa!

There are many lakes located in the town of Ottawa, including the 65-acre Pretty Lake, the 54-acre Hunter’s Lake, and the 122-acre School Section Lake. Swimming, boating, water sports, and fishing can all be enjoyed by residents on these three lakes.

The Ottawa Town Park has softball fields, one tee ball field, five soccer fields, and two sand volleyball courts.

There are also a number of picnic shelters and playgrounds. The Kettle Moraine Recreation Association offers youth sports and recreation activities. Youth sports such as tee-ball, flag football, softball, and lacrosse are all very popular for the children of Ottawa.

There are also several recreation trails in the town including Glacial Drumlin and the Ice Age Trail, which provide many opportunities for hiking and biking.

The town of Ottawa is served by the Kettle Moraine School District.  It is made up of four elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and many unique charter schools. There are also private schools in the area, including St. Bruno Parish School and St. Paul’s Catholic School.

Are you interested in homes for sale in Ottawa WI?

The Ottawa real estate market offers affordable 3-4 bedroom homes with huge lot sizes. There are also luxury million-dollar properties. The average home price is $310,600.

Market Report for November 2017

Currently, there are 12 homes for sale in Ottawa WI. The prices of the homes range from $179,900 to $1,379,900. The living space ranges from 950 square feet to 10,394 square feet.

Homes for Sale in Ottawa WI:

  •       12 Homes for Sale — Traditional Sales Average List Price: $399,783.
  •       0 Short Sale Properties
  •       1 Bank Owned/REO Properties

There have been 6 homes sold in Ottawa WI during November 2017, with an average sale price of $381,916.

Click here for the most recent list of homes for sale in Ottawa WI.

Call me or text me, Kristin Johnston, today at 414-254-6647!

With my extensive knowledge and experience in Waukesha County real estate, I can help you find the home that suits your needs.

North Prairie WI Homes for Sale | Market Report for November 2017

North Prairie WI homes

Get to know the safest place to live in Wisconsin!

North Prairie is a village in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. It is located about 3 miles west of Genesee and Genesee Depot near Highway 59 and Highway E.

The village has a total area of 2.84 square miles, of which 2.81 is land and 0.03 square miles is water.

Three prospectors from Mukwonago named the village in 1826. The following year, blacksmiths from Eagle arrived as the first settlers. In the 1830’s, farmers began to settle the North Prairie in to raise the prize livestock and grain.

North Prairie was incorporated in 1919 and the village saw increased growth due to the Morey Milk Condensery.

If you are interested in purchasing a home for sale in North Prairie WI, you’d be delighted to know that the village was named the safest place to live in Wisconsin. The 2016 Safest Places to Live ranking provides a comprehensive assessment of the overall safety at the place level. North Prairie was compared to 99 other municipalities in Wisconsin of varying population size and location.

The Village of North Prairies is serviced by the Kettle Moraine and Mukwonago School Districts.

The village maintains a quiet rural feel, which many of its residents prefer.

North Prairie is known for being the home of the Broadlands Golf Club, one of the Milwaukee area’s finest public golf courses. The golf course has 18 championship style holes and has a driving range. It also features a clubhouse, which has a banquet hall. Lessons are offered at Broadlands for those who need to enhance their game.

The village also offers many recreational opportunities. It is a great location for those who enjoy outdoor activities.  

Veterans Park contains a garden area with historic stone houses that have been restored in the past ten years by Don Beranek. It also maintains a pavilion, tennis courts, a children’s play area, and other amenities.

Village Park features a pavilion, softball diamond, soccer fields,  and a children’s play area.

There are also festivals and fine dining for residents to enjoy.

Harvest Fest is a three-day annual event held at Veterans Park during September. There are rides, games, food, and live entertainment. Local vendors and residents showcase and sell their crafts and other products during the fest.

Various excellent dining options can be found around the village. Lucy’s Family Restaurant offers a full menu of American cuisine, while Zazing Premo Pizza-Chicken offers country-style chicken and a delicious Friday fish fry.

Real estate in North Prairie

If you’re looking for North Prairie WI homes for sale, the real estate market in the village offers an array of properties. There are beautiful three-bedroom ranches, renovated two-story homes, gorgeous Colonials,  and exquisite French Country homes on expansive lots.

Homes for Sale in North Prairie, WI have a median listing price of $267,900 and a price per square foot of $142.

Market Report for November 2017

Currently, there are 5 homes for sale in North Prairie WI. The prices of the homes range from $115,000 to $279,900. The living space ranges from 1,152 square feet to 2,296 square feet.

Homes for Sale in North Prairie WI:

  •       5 Homes for Sale — Traditional Sales Average List Price: $233,314
  •       0 Short Sale Properties
  •       1 Bank Owned/REO Properties

There have been 7 homes sold in North Prairie WI during November 2017, with an average sale price of $221,628.

Click here for the most recent list of homes for sale in North Prairie WI.

Call me or text me, Kristin Johnston, today at 414-254-6647!

With my extensive knowledge and experience in Waukesha County real estate, I can help you find the home that suits your needs.

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