Milwaukee, WI Homes for Sale (558 Real Estate Listings)

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1331 N Drive Martin Luther King Jr, Milwaukee

$1,999,999

1331 N Drive Martin Luther King Jr, Milwaukee

2 Beds 4 Baths 0 Acres 8,000 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1842941

Location, location, location! New owner can recoup a large portion of their investment by renting the building and/or parking, in whole or in part. This incredibly unique opportunity in Down...

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2405 E Wyoming, Milwaukee

$1,795,000

↓ $180,000

2405 E Wyoming, Milwaukee

7 Beds 6 Baths 0 Acres 7,071 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1834723

The perfect combination of classic details and reimagined spaces in the premier North Point Historic District - steps from Milwaukee's lakefront, shopping, entertainment and Lake Park. A bea...

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2962 S Superior, Milwaukee

$950,000

2962 S Superior, Milwaukee

3 Beds 2 Baths 0 Acres 2,797 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1861735

There are precious few homes in Bay View which share incredible views of Lake Michigan, the night lights of downtown Milwaukee and the elegance of the mature trees of South Shore Park. This ...

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3459 N Lake, Milwaukee

$899,900

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3459 N Lake, Milwaukee

4 Beds 4 Baths 0 Acres 3,446 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1859557

Nestled on prestigious Lake Dr. is this lovely colonial w/ a contemporary flair. Fabulous addition boasts an updated kitchen complete w/ maple cabinets, granite, Viking cooktop, double oven...

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2704 N Hackett, Milwaukee

$895,000

2704 N Hackett, Milwaukee

8 Beds 6 Baths 0 Acres 4,047 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1856997

Historic Thomas Lett Kelly grand Victorian in the heart of The Historic Water Tower Neighborhood built in 1896 on the corner of Hackett Avenue and Park Place perfect for conversion back to s...

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3121 S Superior, Milwaukee

$889,000

↓ $1,000

3121 S Superior, Milwaukee

3 Beds 3 Baths 0 Acres 2,246 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1860917

Lovely brick colonial with Lake Michigan views from nearly EVERY room! Expansive front porch, screen porch, & pond complete with flagstone patio and mulched garden space perfect for breakfas...

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3029 S Shore, Milwaukee

$799,000

3029 S Shore, Milwaukee

3 Beds 2 Baths 0 Acres 1,624 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1859472

Spectacular, unobstructed views of Lake Michigan & the Downtown Skyline! Located on a quiet, no through street, steps from South Shore Park, the Yacht Club, Beer Garden & Oak Leaf Trail. Rel...

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3225 N Hackett, Milwaukee

$699,900

3225 N Hackett, Milwaukee

7 Beds 4 Baths 0 Acres 5,286 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1860996

This stunning victorian features the perfect mix of modern and classical charm. Located in a prime location of Milwaukee, walking distance to the lakefront. Featuring brand new cabinets, qua...

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2540 N Lake, Milwaukee

$699,000

2540 N Lake, Milwaukee

4 Beds 5 Baths 0 Acres 4,581 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1862353

Amazing opportunity to own on Lake Drive, in the Historic Water Tower neighborhood of Milwaukee! Just minutes away from beautiful Lake Michigan, step into this approximately 4,500 square foo...

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2844 N Shepard, Milwaukee

$679,900

2844 N Shepard, Milwaukee

5 Beds 3 Baths 0 Acres 3,749 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1864205

Come and see this beautiful red brick Victorian with all of it's orginal custom designs and charm. Penny round floor tiles welcome you in the front door as you make your way to the entrance ...

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2365 N 1st, Milwaukee

$669,000

↓ $180,000

2365 N 1st, Milwaukee

5 Beds 4 Baths 0 Acres 4,658 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1848676

Timeless elegance of Cream City brick Queen Anne architecture in the shadows of the Bucks Deer District and the heart of the resurging Walkers Point of Milwaukee business growth plan. This r...

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2925 N Downer, Milwaukee

$650,000

2925 N Downer, Milwaukee

7 Beds 3 Baths 0 Acres 3,437 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1860549

Welcome home to Downer Avenue! An out-of-state relocation makes this unique home now available! While living here, you'll be less than a 10-min walk to Lake Park. This home has had annual ci...

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3052 N Stowell, Milwaukee

$625,000

3052 N Stowell, Milwaukee

5 Beds 4 Baths 0 Acres 3,636 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1861300

Step into this Eastside Brick Beauty! This spectacular home features a large living room with sunroom behind, spacious dining room with hardwood floors and built-in china cabinets. Second fl...

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3459 S Kinnickinnic, Milwaukee

$539,999

3459 S Kinnickinnic, Milwaukee

3 Beds 1 Bath 0 Acres 1,288 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1859526

Incredible ''Bay View'' Investment Opportunity! Mixed-Use property offers a 2story 3BR/1BA residential, & business(rental) on main level. Prime location, high visibility, traffic exposure; r...

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1685 N Marshall, Milwaukee

$524,900

1685 N Marshall, Milwaukee

3 Beds 2 Baths 0 Acres 2,216 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1862560

Spectacular single-family home in an amazing location. Located just a few doors south of Brady St, you'll never run out of things to do with endless restaurants, shops and easy access to lak...

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2118 E Park, Milwaukee

$524,900

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2118 E Park, Milwaukee

5 Beds 3 Baths 0 Acres 2,834 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1862065

Only a relocation brings this charming Upper East side Victorian home to the market. Just a short walk from Lake Park, Downer Ave shops, dining & more. The inviting front porch leads to a b...

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4734 W Woodlawn, Milwaukee

$499,900

4734 W Woodlawn, Milwaukee

3 Beds 2 Baths 0 Acres 2,422 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1863697

Discover the allure of this Tudor-style gem in Milwaukee's sought-after Story Hill neighborhood, featuring 3 beds, 1.5 baths, and hardwood floors throughout. Step inside to find a spacious l...

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3371 S Pennsylvania, Milwaukee

$495,000

3371 S Pennsylvania, Milwaukee

3 Beds 3 Baths 0 Acres 1,958 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 1863070

Large fully renovated bungalow in one of Bay View's top locations - Fernwood! We all know Milwaukee bungalows are just dripping with craftsmanship and character, and this one is no exception...

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Milwaukee, WI Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $276K
Lowest Price $1
Highest Price $8M
Total Listings 1,113
Avg. Days On Market 61
Avg. Price/SQFT $147

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As of February 23, 2024 there are 558 active Milwaukee, WI real estate listings for sale with an average listing price of $201,195. The highest-priced property listing is $1,999,999, while the lowest priced property can be purchased for $5,000. Milwaukee, WI homes for sale have an average price of $140 per square foot, based on listings with an average of 3.2 bedrooms, 1.7 bathrooms, and 1,461 square feet of living space.

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Milwaukee, WI Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a great place to live for many reasons. First, it's a beautiful city with plenty of green space and various neighborhoods. Second, the cost of living is quite reasonable, especially compared to other major metropolitan areas. Third, Milwaukee has a thriving arts and culture scene, with something to suit every taste. Finally, the city is home to some great schools and universities, making it an ideal place to raise a family or further your education. Whether you're looking for an urban oasis or a suburban escape, Milwaukee has something to offer everyone. See why Milwaukee is one of the best places to live in the country!

History of Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin and the county seat of Milwaukee County. The city's estimated population was 594,833. It is the main cultural and economic center of the Milwaukee–Racine–Waukesha Metropolitan Area, with a population of 1,500,921. Milwaukee is also part of the more prominent Chicago–Milwaukee–Gary Combined Statistical Area, with a population of 5,834,995.

Milwaukee's history can be traced back to its establishment by Native Americans, who called it "The Good Land." French traders arrived in the area in 1673, and a permanent settlement was founded in 1785. Large numbers of German immigrants arrived during the 1840s, settling around what is now downtown Milwaukee.

Milwaukee grew rapidly as an important manufacturing center in the late 19th century. Railroads and brewing industries, significant employers in Milwaukee at the time, helped spur this growth. As heavy industry declined in the early 20th century, Milwaukee's economy shifted towards light manufacturing, services, and tourism.

The city's economy has diversified into high technology, health care, and biotechnology sectors. Major companies based in Milwaukee include Johnson Controls, Briggs & Stratton, Harley-Davidson, and ManpowerGroup.

The city is also home to several cultural institutions, including the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music.

Demography of Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee is the most populated city in Wisconsin and the 31st most populous city in the United States. It is also the most densely populated city in Wisconsin and the United States. The racial composition of Milwaukee is:

  • 43.3% White
  • 35.9% of African American
  • 4.8% Hispanic or Latino of any race
  • 3.4% Asian
  • 0.7% Native American or Alaskan Native
  • 1.0% Two or more races 

The median household income for Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is $37,495, while the per capita income is $18,073. The poverty rate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is 26.0%. In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the cost of living is 2.7% lower than the national average.

Milwaukee’s cost of living is relatively low and full of employment opportunities. The city is home to many cultures and has a rich history. There are plenty of things to do in Milwaukee, whether you're looking for entertainment, nightlife, or outdoor activities. Many colleges and universities are located in the city, making it a great place to further education.

Things to do in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee offers a variety of activities and attractions for residents and visitors alike. There are plenty of things to do in Milwaukee, whether you're looking for a night out on the town or a day exploring the city's many museums and parks. Milwaukee is also home to several professional sports teams, so there's always something going on. If you're considering moving to Milwaukee, you won't be disappointed. A list of things to do in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, includes:

  • Cheer on the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park - home to Major League Baseball's Milwaukee Brewers
  • Take a walk or bike along the Milwaukee Riverwalk - a beautiful path that runs along the river.
  • Spend a day at Discovery World - a museum that focuses on science and technology
  • Explore Grant Park - a large park with plenty of green space for picnics, sports, and more.

These are just a few reasons Milwaukee is a great place to live. Milwaukee is your place if you're looking for a city with plenty to do.

Parks and Lakes in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee is a great place to live, with plenty of parks and lakes in and around the city. Some of the most popular parks in Milwaukee are:

  • Humboldt Park offers beautiful gardens, a playground, and a lagoon where you can rent boats in the summer;
  • Lake Park, with its stunning views of Lake Michigan, hiking and biking trails, and boat launches;
  • And Veterans Park features a large lake for fishing, boating, picnic areas, and playgrounds.

Milwaukee's lakes are perfect if you're looking for a place to cool off in the summer. Some of the most popular lakes in the area are:

  • Lake Michigan, which offers swimming, boating, fishing, and windsurfing;

Food in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Some popular food items in Milwaukee are the Milwaukee bratwurst, the Sheboygan hard roll, and the famous Wisconsin cheese curds. The city is also home to many restaurants, offering cuisines from worldwide. Whether you're looking for a place to eat out or cook at home, Milwaukee has something to satisfy everyone's taste buds.

Some of the most popular restaurants in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, are:

  • The Old Fashioned: A favorite among locals, The Old Fashioned serves up classic American dishes with a Wisconsin twist.
  • Sanford Restaurant: Sanford offers an upscale dining experience focusing on seasonal and local ingredients a Michelin-starred restaurant.
  • Hinterland Erie Street Gastropub: Hinterland is known for its craft beer selection and inventive gastropub fare.
  • Merriment Social: Merriment Social is a fun and festive spot for small plates and cocktails.

Schools in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is home to a large number of esteemed schools. The Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), for example, is one of the top engineering schools in the nation. Students there have access to excellent research opportunities and a world-class faculty.

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) is another top school in Milwaukee. UWM offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs, and its campus is on Lake Michigan.

There are also several outstanding private schools in Milwaukee, including Marquette University and Cardinal Stritch University. These schools offer smaller class sizes and more personal attention than at a more prominent university.

Why Milwaukee, Wisconsin?

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a great place to live for many reasons. Some of the top reasons include its affordable cost of living, its variety of cultural and recreational opportunities, and its strong economy. Milwaukee is also a great place to raise a family. The city has excellent schools and a wide variety of kid-friendly activities. Milwaukee's cost of living is much more affordable than other major metropolitan areas like Chicago or New York City.

Overall, Milwaukee is a great place to live for people of all ages and interests. There are plenty of things to do in the city and its surrounding suburbs, and the cost of living is very reasonable. Milwaukee should be at the top of your list if you're looking for a great place to call home!