In the Southern end of Waukesha County sits a magificent area known as Mukwonago. A very pleasant town and Village that retains it's charm, and small town atmosphere.
Sure, growth can be seen by all the Commercial development out by the major interstate, but the town and the Village have done a magnificent job of maintaining beautiful old buildings, charming Lakes and Rivers, nature preserves, and santuaries, and large community parks. There is also the beautiful Vernon Marsh; a true show of nature, balance, and a large working eco system that is to be admired.
Mukwonago is situated at the southwestern flank of the sprawling Vernon Marsh, and encircles Upper and Lower Phantom Lake(s). The lakes lie midway along the Mukwonago River from its source springs to its meeting with the Fox River, which travels further southeast through Big Bend and beyond.
During the 1800s, Mukwonago expanded as a farming community. During this period, dairy and crop production were the main economic activities.
The area remained relatively static and contained through the 1960s. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, however, new home construction, subdivision development and business expansion escalated; the size of the Village itself grew through annexation. Mukwonago, has created a simple and convenient connection to both Milwaukee and Illinois.
Mukwonago is a town and Village that you can enjoy for a day, a week, a lifetime. Interested in any material on Mukwonago? Please call a Broker that knows Mukwonago very well, and would love to be of service to you whether youare buying or selling Residential, Commercial, or Investment.
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