About the Community
Klode Park is a picturesque neighborhood in the Whitefish Bay community that champions walkability and accessibility. Built between the 1920s to 1950s, homes within Klode Park cover a wide range of architectural styles, including Provincial Tudor, Colonial, Cape Cod, Mid-Century Modern, and Colonial Revival. These homes can range anywhere from 1,800 to 6,000-square-feet plus. They typically feature anywhere from 3–7 bedrooms and 1.5–5.5 baths.
Regardless of where they live within the neighborhood, Klode Park residents will find they’re always within walking distance of such recreational amenities as Lake Michigan and such necessities as local grocery stores.
Those Klode Park residents with young children will be pleased to discover they have easy access to a number of reputable nursery schools in the area, including the Jewish Community Center, Whitefish Bay-Shorewood Nursery School, Tree of Life Preschool, and Connie's Sunshine Learning Center.
School-age residents living in Klode Park generally attend such high-performing schools as Richards Elementary School, Whitefish Bay Middle School, and Whitefish Bay High School. Meanwhile, private schools in the area include Dominican High School, Holy Family Catholic School, and University School.
More than just a place to rest your head at night, the Whitefish Bay community truly is a remarkable place to live, work and play. With annual events like the Whitefish Bay 4th of July parade and the Whitefish Bay 5k/Fun Run, there’s hardly a shortage of activities to do on the weekend!
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In addition, Klode Park boasts an excellent location that puts residents within walking distance of such nearby attractions as Klode Park itself—which features an ice-skating rink and tennis courts—the shores of Lake Michigan, the Village of Whitefish Bay, and Fox Bay Cinema, where you can get dinner and a drink while enjoying a movie.
Because it’s a part of the greater Whitefish Bay community, Klode Park offers its residents unlimited opportunities to get involved with the community, including The Whitefish Bay Women's Club, The Whitefish Bay Garden Club, The Whitefish Bay Runners Club, The Whitefish Bay Swim Team, The North Shore Newcomers Association, Whitefish Bay Civics Foundation, and the Whitefish Bay Players, which is a community theater.