If you're looking for a Kenosha home for sale, there are many communities that might meet your needs.  Shown below, you will find a brief summary of communities in Kenosha that could be the site of your new home.  When you have questions about the area or the home-buying process, please feel free to call me at 608-770-4568, or fill out my contact form.  Even if you're just starting your home research, I'll be glad to help.

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THE TOWN OF BRIGHTON, occupying 36 square miles of Northwestern Kenosha County, has a population of 1550 people (2009 census). Here you will find rolling farmland, a 45-hole golf course, Bong State Recreational Area, and Brighton Dale County Park. 

Schools fall in the Wheatland School District and the Union Grove High School District and are Brighton Elementary School, Providence Catholic School, and Westosha Central High School. 

THE VILLAGE OF BRISTOL was incorporated in 2009 and has a population of 5055 (2009 census) people. Bristol is a quaint, charming town laced with dairy farms, farms where you can pick your own produce, and gorgeous lakes. 

Home to the Bristol Renaissance Faire where you will find yourself in a 16th Century Elizabethan Village that spans 29 acres, Bristol also offers antique shops, a commercial district, golf and other recreation. 

THE VILLAGE OF GENOA CITY, a 1.9 square mile community in Kenosha County, has a population of 2859 (2009 census) people. The friendly small-town is home to several clubs and organizations including the American Legion, Flamethrower’s 4H Club, Genoa City Lion’s Club, the Village Garden Club and Genoa City Recreation (baseball and softball). Genoa City is also home to Veteran’s Park which offers 2 pavilions, a ball field and tennis courts. 

Schools include Brookwood Elementary School and Brookwood Middle School. 

KENOSHA CITY, the county seat of Kenosha County, is the fourth largest city in Wisconsin and home to 98,187 people (2009 census). Full of history, a thriving economy, friendly people and plenty of Things To Do, this is a city that offers something for everyone.

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THE VILLAGE OF PADDOCK LAKE, named after Dr. Francis Paddock, covers 2.2 square miles and is home to 3154 people (2009 census). 

These homes for sale in Kenosha are near beautiful Paddock and Hooker Lakes, fishing, boating, hiking, horseback riding, and convenient access to major cities for jobs, entertainment, shopping and other needs. 

THE TOWN OF PARIS remains unincorporated to date, spans 36.5 square miles and has a population of 1570 people (2009 census). The town gives you that ‘hometown feel’ yet provides you convenient access to other towns and metropolitan cities. 

Schools are Paris Consolidated Grade School, Union Grove Grade and Middle School, Union Grove High School, Central High School. 

THE VILLAGE OF PLEASANT PRAIRIE, the hub of Indian activity in pre-pioneer Wisconsin, occupies 33.6 square miles and is home to 19,878 people (2009 census). 

Prairie Springs Park hosts an array of festivals and events every year including Prairie Family Days, Pleasant Prairie Triathlon, Danskin Women’s Triathlon and others. Pleasant Prairie is home to Pleasant Prairie Ice Plex, Lakeview Rec Plex, Jelly Belly Center, more than 80 corporations and much more. 

THE TOWN OF RANDALL, formerly ½ of the Town of Wheaton, has a population of 3314 people (2009 census) and covers 16.5 square miles. The town, located in the southeast corner of Wisconsin gained its name from Alexander Randall, the Governor of Wisconsin at the time. 

This quiet little town is family-oriented and provides easy access to bigger cities nearby for dining, entertainment, shopping and other needs. 

THE TOWN OF SALEM was established in 1842, has an area of 32.4 square miles and is home to 11,582 people (2009 census). This charming town is one of family values and a sense of community. 

If you're looking for a home for sale in Kenosha that is close to the water, Salem might be the answer.  The town offers nine scenic lakes, an array of recreational activities that include golf, biking, camping boating and more. The town also has activities that include holiday gatherings and events, summer festivals and art shows. 

THE VILLAGE OF SILVER LAKE, thought to have received its name by Native Americans because the lake was considered a shimmering pool of water, the thriving Village of Silver Lake occupies 1.5 square miles and has a population of 2,507 (2009 census).

Known as a resort recreation area, the Village is home to inventors, family activities and beauty.

THE TOWN OF SOMERS, an area of 30.5 square miles bordering Lake Michigan, has a population of 9,377 people (2009 census). It was originally named “Pike” in 1843 and then renamed to its current name in 1851.

Somers is an agricultural, residential and partially commercial town that maintains its ‘small town’ feel. 

THE VILLAGE OF TWIN LAKES occupies 6.9 square miles, is home to 5,670 people (2009 census) and was incorporated in 1937.

Home to the Twin Lakes Mary and Elizabeth, the largest ballroom in Wisconsin, and the Lance Park Amphitheater, the Village offers an array of recreational activities. Further, Twin Lakes holds the “Country Thunder” music festival each year. 

THE TOWN OF WHEATLAND, an area of 24.0 square miles with a population of 3,528 (2009 census), gained its name from the wheat harvested in the rich soil here. 

The Canadian National Railway runs through the town and recreation includes football, baseball, soccer, 4-H and scouts.

 

 

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