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The Azalea, a recent Parade design, a gorgeous first-floor master design with luxury details and showcasing a two-story foyer and great room. This open concept living area is comprised of the kitchen, great room, and dining area. The flex room can be used as a study or dining room plus the optional in-law suite can be added. Upstairs are three bedrooms, walk-in closets and a bathroom with privacy features. S
Ryanwood Manor is conveniently located in Franklin, close to fabulous shopping, parks, golf, skiing and outstanding schools. Franklin provides a quiet and safe environment to raise a family. With downtown Milwaukee less than 20 miles away, the city is in close proximity to lakefront living without being in the metropolitan area with easy access to Hwy. 100 and I-94 for commuters. Ryanwood Manor offers 32 homesites in Phase I. Several homesites have daylight or full exposures to build your dream home. Franklin, WI encompasses 34.6 square miles in southwestern Milwaukee County, 10 miles south of downtown Milwaukee. The Franklin community has a population of 35,655 and offers a small town feel with convenient access to all the attractions that Milwaukee has to offer. In 2013, Franklin was named #6 on “The Best Wisconsin Towns for Young Families” by financial blog Nerdwallet.com. The City of Franklin has sixteen City parks, eleven Milwaukee County parks, and seven parks at school sites for a total of 3,881 acres of park, open space, and outdoor recreation sites. Other Franklin area attractions include the Milwaukee County Sports Complex, The Rock Complex and the Franklin Public Library. The South Suburban Chamber of Commerce offers business networking opportunities for Franklin businesses. Twenty-five years ago, Franklin was primarily a farming community with few working and middle class residential and commercial developments; however, recent booms in development have quickly transformed Franklin into a thriving suburban community. Franklin residents benefit from close proximity to the business and cultural life of the Greater Milwaukee Area.Visit the website
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