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.
The community 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 here?
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.
The Village has been recognized as one of the most desirable and livable areas in Southeastern Wisconsin. It is also considered as 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. It is a commuter’s paradise.
What’s in Big Bend?
Today, the Village 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.
This lovely neighborhood 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 the community. They are Christ Lutheran School, located on Clark St. and St. Joseph’s School, located on Milwaukee Avenue.
There are also two parks in the community. 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 this amazing place? 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 websitewww.KristinJohnston.com/about.
Market Report for July 2019
Currently, there are 10 homes for sale in Big Bend WI. The prices range from $153,900 to $539,900, with square feet ranges of 1141 to 3285.
Homes for Sale in Big Bend WI:
- 10 Homes for Sale — Traditional Sales Average List Price: $252,900
- 0 Short Sale Properties
- 0 Bank Owned/REO Properties
There were 0 home sales in Big Bend WI during July 2019.
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