417 Park Ave, Pewaukee
MLS® # 1830187
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A historic town that perfectly combines culture, style, diversity, and recreation, Pewaukee, WI is a vibrant lakefront community that offers everything you could want in a new place to call home. Aside from its ideal location just west of Milwaukee and just north of Waukesha, this medium-sized town has so much to offer residents, from golfing & top-notch dining and shopping to boating, fishing, hiking & more! For more information about homes for sale in Pewaukee, WI, contact us today!
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Pewaukee consists of two municipalities: both the City of Pewaukee and the Village of Pewaukee. Located approximately 25 miles west of Milwaukee in Waukesha County, Pewaukee has a population of approximately 13,000.
Pewaukee homes and condos have been built around Pewaukee Lake, the largest lake in Waukesha County. The Pewaukee community is conveniently located between two major highways, State Highway 16 and Interstate 94. Students attend a public K-12 school district on one central campus as well as private religious schools.
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Pewaukee translated, means "Lake of Shells." First inhabited by resident Indian tribes Sauk, Menomonie, Winnebago and Potawatomi, white settlers did not arrive until 1836 to establish their homes along the Pewaukee Lake front and Pewaukee beach. One of the first settlers, Deacon Asa Clark, opened the first sawmill on Pewaukee Lake in 1838. In 1844, the lime and stone industry followed was successful for many years. To serve the growing number of Pewaukee workers, businesses such as general stores, blacksmith shops, and wagons shops were established.
Following the railroad extension from Milwaukee in the 1880’s, summer visitors began visiting Pewaukee and The Summer Resort Era began. A few classic mansions still exist along the shores of Pewaukee Lake. The Pewaukee area became known as an area of unrivaled beauty and a fisher’s paradise.
Pewaukee real estate continues to offer fisher’s a breathtaking paradise, providing the best Muskie fishing in southeastern Wisconsin. Pewaukee Lake also provides popular seasonal activities such as swimming, boating, strolling the shore line to take in the many colors of autumn, and ice skating at Lakefront Park during winter months.
Home to industry leaders like GE Medical Systems and Harken Industries (a premier sailboat hardware manufacturer), and with excellent education and training opportunities at WCTC (Waukesha County Technical College) in Pewaukee, job opportunities are good. Major businesses are further supported by excellent lodging accommodations (Marriott, Raddisson, Comfort Suites, Best Western, & County Springs) with over 1,000 rooms, banquet & conference facilities, and nearly 2,000 restaurants and bars. Big box stores like Wal-Mart and specialty and boutique shops in restored historic buildings along the lakefront of Pewaukee Lake in the main downtown area along the beach, offer a wide selection of shopping options.
As if a beautiful setting and excellent job and schooling opportunities weren't enough, Pewaukee even has a large, indoor waterpark!
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