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.
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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 January 2018
Currently, there are 13 homes for sale in Genesee WI. The price of the homes ranges from $285,000 to $899,000. The living space ranges from 1748 square feet to 6194 square feet.
Homes for Sale in Genesee WI:
- 13 Homes for Sale — Traditional Sales Average List Price: $244,900.
- 0 Short Sale Properties
- 0 Bank Owned/REO Properties
There have been 2 homes sold in Genesee WI during January 2018, with an average sale price of $242,500.
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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.