New Home Communities in Milwaukee County

Milwaukee County is a community situated in the southeastern part of Wisconsin, at the shoreline of Milwaukee Bay. The county was founded in 1835, and is the administrative center of the city of Milwaukee. In 2010, the population of Milwaukee County counted at almost 95,000 residents. Milwaukee County includes ten cities, nine villages and nine ghost towns.


For access to Milwaukee County by air transportation there are two airports, the General Mitchell International Airport and Lawrence J. Timmerman Airport. For road access, follow Interstate 43, Interstate 794, Interstate 84, U.S. Route 41, State Route 38, State Route 59, State Route 145, State Route 100, State Route 175, State Route 24 or State Route 57. The county of Milwaukee is also served by railroads.


Healthcare services are provided by many large medical centers, such as St. Michel Hospital, St. Joseph Hospital, Aurora Health Care and Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare. As for the education of your children, Milwaukee County offers a large number of elementary schools, middle schools and high schools. There are also opportunities to attend one of the numerous universities, for example the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee or Marquette University. Economic development is supported by many large companies that are doing business in the county, companies like Wisconsin Energy or Manpower Inc.


Residents of Milwaukee County benefit from a wide variety of recreational opportunities, which are also major tourist attractions. There are arts and cultural attractions, like the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee Public Museum, Harley-Davidson Museum, Discovery World Museum, Charles Allis Art Museum and the Pabst Theater. Outdoor attractions include the parks and gardens in the county, such as Boerner Botanical Gardens, Wehr Nature Center, Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, Whitnall Park, Scout Lake Park, Root River Parkway and many others. For those who love sports, visit Zablocki Park Golf Course, Tuckaway Country Club, Brookfield Hills Golf Course, Blue Mound Golf and Country Club and New Berlin Hills Golf Course. Other attractions are the Milwaukee County Zoo, Marcus Amphitheater or Skylight Music Theater.


Maybe it is time for you to relocate. When looking for a new house in the great community of Milwaukee County, get in touch with NewHomeSource. NewHomeSource is the best partner in housing because they will work to find your dream home.




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