Just north of Milwaukee, the City of Mequon is located on the western shore of Lake Michigan in Ozaukee County. The beautiful bluffs, lush farmland, and grand homes all contribute to the rural heritage that lends Mequon its unique character. Mequon boasts some of the lowest tax rates in the Metro Milwaukee area. Regulations on development and building density means that the city offers some of Ozaukee County's nicest houses on the biggest lots.
Mequon has its a highly rated school system, which feeds into Homestead High School, one of the best high schools in the North Shore.
The abundance of natural space in Mequon provides plenty of room for outdoor recreation. Animal lovers rejoice - provided a sufficient amount of space, you can own horses, chickens, cows, and many other types of domestic animals in Mequon. For the golf enthusiast, there are five golf courses in Mequon of varying difficulty, multiple of which are kid-friendly. Over two dozen parks are available, many equipped with playgrounds, walking trails, and even canoe launches.
Mequon is a vibrant community that captures a unique mix of rural Wisconsin and Metropolitan Milwaukee. With beautiful homes and plenty of nearby recreational activities, families love Mequon. The community's abundant businesses and employers, excellent school system, boutique stores, and restaurants along Port Washington and Mequon Roads are some of the top reasons why people decide to relocate to this charming rural community near Milwaukee.
Single family residences in the range of $200-$600K (with those along the lake fetching higher prices) dominate this small town's real estate, mostly built in the 1950s – 1970s.
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