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About Pewaukee

pewaukee waterfront homesPewaukee is a peaceful, lakeside suburban city in the Lake Country area of Waukesha County, Wisconsin, with a population of 14,476 as of 2017. It is conveniently located just off I-94 and Highway 16.  Just 20 minutes west of Milwaukee, 40 miles north of Illinois, and very close to Lake Michigan.  General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee is just a 30 minute drive.

The median age in Pewaukee is 45. According to the 2010 Census, 21.5% of residents were under the age of 18; 4.9% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 23% were from 25 to 44; 34.2% were from 45 to 64; and 16.3% were 65 years of age or older.

Pewaukee Homes For Sale

There are approximately 5,700 households, and 3,900 families residing in Pewaukee. Homes for Sale in Pewaukee, WI have a median listing price of $335,000 and a price per square foot of approximately $165.

pewaukee luxury homeThere are single and multi family homes for sale up to two million dollars, condos and townhomes for sale up to one million dollars, and land for sale with lots that range from $80,000 to two million dollars. Some of the hottest neighborhoods in Pewaukee, WI are Broken Hill, Creekside Preserve, Deer Haven, Edgewood Farms, Five Fields, Hawthorne Hill, Hickory Grove Estates, Lake Park, Riverwood Park, Majeskie Acres, Pewaukee Park Hills, Sea View Estates, Sunder Creek, The Oaks, Valley Brook, Victoria Station and  Wyndemere.

The average apartment rent in Pewaukee, WI is $775 for a studio, $1,150 for a one bedroom, $1,250 for a two bedroom, and $1,650 for a three bedroom apartment.

A Family-Friendly Community

pewaukee beachfrontPewaukee is a close-knit, family-friendly community with excellent public schools contributing to the tranquil, small-town vibe. It is home to the largest lake in Waukesha County, Pewaukee Lake, where active residents and visitors can participate in water sports like swimming, sailing, boating, paddle boarding, fishing, kayaking, and water skiing. You can relax and appreciate the scenery on the white-sand beach of Pewaukee Lakefront Park, the only free public beach in Waukesha County. Lifeguards are on duty seasonally. This wealth of water activities welcomes visitors and attracts new businesses.

Pewaukee Businesses

harken inc parking lotPewaukee is the world headquarters of Harken, Inc., a manufacturer of sailboat and yacht gear sold worldwide, especially in the racing segment. Near Pewaukee Lake and Lakefront Park, businesses include Curly’s Waterfront Sports Bar & Grill, Good Time Rentals, Koha Yoga Stand Up Paddleboarding, Mugshotz Bar & Grill.

Modern conveniences of Pewaukee include Costco, Walmart, Planet Fitness, The Butler Inn, Panera, Ashley Furniture, Simply Cinnamon Bakery, Bubba’s Frozen Custard, Qdoba Mexcian Grill, Moe’s Southwestern Grill, Jake’s Fine Dining, and Casa Tequila.

Community Events

pewaukee water activitiesA host of annual events further foster a sense of community in Pewaukee, including the Waterfront Wednesday Concert Series, Pewaukee Multisport Weekend, and Pewaukee Kiwanis Beach Party and Lake Country Water Festival.

The Clark House Museum displays the life of Asa Clark, the first white settler of Pewaukee. Current exhibits include Native American Indian Life with Emphasis on the Potawatomi and Elections - from Local to National. Pictures and artifacts portray a way of life from the early 1900s.

The Great Outdoors

pewaukee lake country recreation trailThe Lake Country Recreation Trail covers 16 miles between Oconomowoc and Pewaukee. Surrounded primarily by farmland and rolling hills, it is great for hiking and biking. along the way is Silver Lake, Lake Neshota, Upper Nemahbin Lake, The Bark River, Nagawicka Lake, and Pewaukee Lake. It serves as a link for the city parks, forming a green-belt. The Naga-Waukee War Memorial Golf Course is located along the Lake Country trail.

A short drive outside of Pewaukee can take you to Retzer Nature Center and Lapham Peak, a Wisconsin state park located in the Kettle Moraine State Forest.

Pewaukee residents also have the option to explore nature at Simmons Woods Park, among several parks and golf courses, and Adventure Rock, a massive indoor rock-climbing gym.

Pewaukee Churches

inside of spring creek churchPewaukee is home to one of the largest churches in the Milwaukee area, Spring Creek Church. The Hindu Temple of Wisconsin is also located in the Village of Pewaukee. Other churches include Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, Fox River Congregational Church, St. Anthony on the Lake Catholic Church, Gethsemane United Methodist Church, Crossroads Church, Galilee Lutheran Church, St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church, Joy Christian Fellowship Church, and Queen of Apostles Catholic Church.

Military & Education

Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) is in Pewaukee. Military bases nearby include the US Air Force Reserve, Wisconsin Air National Guard, and the Great Lakes Naval Training Center.

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