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Glendale

Population
12,880
Area
5.969 square miles
Suburb of
Milwaukee County
Lifestyle
Suburban
Avg Sale Price
$177,250
Avg Days
on Market
32
# of Properties
on Market
61
Sale Price
vs List Price
97.27%

About the Community

Overview

Enjoy the lush greenery in Glendale just a few miles from the city of Milwaukee! The beautiful Milwaukee River flows through Glendale, providing pleasing views and many lovely picnicking sites.  The beautiful scenery, abundance of stores and restaurants, and family fun will keep your family entertained. If you’re looking for a young, diverse community with reasonably-priced homes, Glendale is the place to look—it is ranked both 6th for diversity and 7th for best places for Millennials in Milwaukee county.

Award-winning schools, excellent shopping, charming residences, abundant health care facilities, and a location within Milwaukee County, all combine to make Glendale a great place to live, work and raise a family.

Recreation

Nature and the environment are very important in Glendale. The city has been recognized as a Tree City USA for 18 years and is currently awarded as a Bird City Wisconsin. There are two county parks in Glendale, as well as two public golf courses. Lincoln Golf Course is perfect for both new, beginning, and experienced golfers. Brown Deer Golf Course has been played by many famous golfers - Tiger Woods made his pro debut there in 1996 at the Greater Milwaukee Open.

Kletzsch Park is spread out over 141 acres and boasts sport areas for soccer, softball, sand volleyball, and archery. The Milwaukee River snakes through Glendale and features a waterfall, making it an ideal spot for catching spawning salmon.If a little more exercise is in the cards, take your bikes down the Oak Leaf Trail! The Oak Leaf Trail stretches 96.4 miles and winds through downtown Milwaukee.

There used to be many quarries in Glendale, as it used to be a mining town. Today, many of them have been repurposed as lakes and Glendale residents have built their homes around the beautiful man-made lakes to enjoy the views. Visit some of these lakes with your family for some summertime fun!

Parents and teens will enjoy Glendale’s conveniently located Bayshore Mall. The mall is located just off of Port Washington Road, which makes it easy to find some cool new clothes or eat some delicious food—give Devon Seafood and Steak a try if you are feeling like a fancy meal.

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WHY GLENDALE?

The Glendale community is unique, with a vibrant culture and close proximity to everything "Milwaukee" and its North Shore.

If you’ve liked what you’ve heard so far about Glendale so far, then contact us today!

WHAT IS MY GLENDALE HOME WORTH?

If you're thinking about selling your home in Glendale contact us. We offer a complimentary home evaluation. Our real estate agents are experts in the Glendale and North Shore market and we offer home staging as well.

Median Household Income $65,120 National Average: $55,552
Households With Children 22.20 % National Average: 37%
Education Levels
Master's degree or Higher 20.32 %
National
12%
Bachelors's degree 30.88 %
19%
Some College or Associates Degree 29.12 %
29%
High School Diploma 15.08 %
28%
Less than High School Diploma 4.60 %
13%

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