This community has something for everyone to love!
Mukwonago is a village in Wisconsin, located mostly within the Town of Mukwonago. It is located 30 miles southwest Milwaukee.
This thriving Lake Country village has a rich Native American history that dates all the way back to the early 1700s.
The village was originally a Native American village and the tribal seat of the Bear Clan of the Potawatomi Indians. The village’s name came from the word “mequanego” which means bear’s den. The name changed to Mukwonago in 1844. Many of the streets and roads in the community are named after the founders of the village.
It’s a great place to work, play, and call home!
Prospective buyers looking for homes for sale will find that the village balances quality of life with economic development. Here you’ll find a comfortable and homey ambiance alongside a rapid commercial and industrial growth.
This community also has many public parklands, thriving businesses, and natural waterways. It is near both upper and lower Phantom Lake and the Fox River, which can be used for swimming, boating, and fishing.
The Mukwonago River runs through the village and is among the cleanest and most biologically diverse streams in southeastern Wisconsin. It provides a critical habitat for a number of rare, threatened, and endangered species of fish and invertebrates.
The 44-acre Mukwonago River State Natural Area is a mosaic of natural communities including forest, savannah, wetlands, and lakes, which is home to a wide array of native plants and animals.
Residents can play all types of sports such as baseball, football, Frisbee, and golf on the 526 acres of public parkland in Mukwonago. There are also many hiking and camping sites located throughout the area.
There are also bike trails leading to the Kettle Moraine Southern Unit, home of the Ice Age Trail. Helicopter rides and skydiving are also available for those who are looking for more adventure. During the winter, you can enjoy ice fishing and snowmobiling.
For the truly adventurous, helicopter rides and skydiving are available. And in the winter, residents enjoy the local ice fishing and snowmobiling.
Award-winning school districts!
The community is served by public schools, including Mukwonago High School, Park View Middle School, Rolling Hills Elementary, Section Elementary, Big Bend Elementary, Eagleville Elementary, Prairie View Elementary, and Clarendon Avenue Elementary Schools. Private schools include Mukwonago Baptist Academy and St. John’s Lutheran School.
Find your Mukwonago WI home today!
Residents enjoy charming single family homes and lots of open space. Here you’ll find single family homes, condominiums, commercial properties, lots and land, and multi-family homes. They have a median listing price of $348,000 and a price per square foot of $155.
Market Report for September 2018
Currently, there are 47 homes for sale in Mukwonago WI. The prices of the homes range from $79,900 to $749,900. The living space ranges from 850 square feet to 5411 square feet.
Homes for Sale in Mukwonago WI:
47 Homes for Sale — Traditional Sales Average List Price: $341, 247
1 Short Sale Property
1 Bank Owned/REO Properties
There have been 19 homes sold in Mukwonago WI during September 2018, with an average sale price of $335,905.
Click here for the most recent list of homes for sale in Mukwonago WI.
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With my extensive knowledge and experience in Waukesha County real estate, I can help you find the home that suits your needs.