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Pewaukee

Population
13,942 (2014)
Area
21.15 square miles
Suburb of
Waukesha County
Lifestyle
Suburban
Avg Sale Price
$247,500
Avg Days
on Market
58
# of Properties
on Market
88
Sale Price
vs List Price
91.05

About the Community

Overview

A renowned historic downtown, award-winning schools, endless outdoor recreation, and a small-town feel make Pewaukee a wonderful place to live. The 21.5 square mile city, with a population of just over 13,100, is surrounded by Brookfield to the east, Delafield and Hartland to the west, Waukesha to the south, and Sussex, Lisbon, and Merton to the north. With Interstate 94 crossing through the city, the 20-minute commute east to downtown Milwaukee is simple. Many businesses are located within the city, especially on historic Main Street in the downtown area. Harken Inc., a company focused on sailboat racing and yacht gear, has its world headquarters in Pewaukee. The most common occupations for residents are management and sales.

Recreation 

There are many outdoor recreation opportunities for people of any age. Children will enjoy playing at one of the oner ten parks in the city that have sports fields, courts, and playgrounds. Seniors will love the many senior activities, such as yoga, hiking, snowshoeing, Zumba, and socials, offered through PrimeTimers, a program designed for seniors. All ages will enjoy Pewaukee Lake, a 2,437-acre lake with a 45-foot maximum depth. Here, there is a swimming beach and many public boat launches. A variety of fish, such as largemouth bass and walleye, are found in the lake.

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