Caledonia, WI, with its eastern boundary abutting Lake Michigan, is a convenient rural village nestled between Milwaukee and Racine. With a population of around 24,000 on its 45 square miles, it is a mix of agricultural and suburban scenes. And that doesn't mean that Caledonia residents aren't connected to the modern world! Living in Caledonia is pleasant, and the big cities are a short drive away!
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Rental opportunities! You'll love the peaceful vistas and the friendly neighbors. A strong buyer's market exists, and property supply currently exceeds demand. If you're looking to rent here, you're in luck: rental house prices have decreased by 9 percent over the past several months and are substantially lower than in the rest of the state. If you have visions of owning a horse, this is a perfect locale: you can get all your equine-related supplies and tack at either Hood's Creek Farm or A Storybook Farm right in Caledonia.
Cozy, friendly atmosphere! This is a neighborly kind of place, and you'll find that life centers around at-home life. You can meet friends for coffee at Kayne's Coffee & Custard or the Mocha Lisa Coffee House, both on the way to the lakeshore.
Outdoor entertainment options! Learn to golf or if you're a fan already, practice your swings here! It's the weekend sport of choice, and you'll have a great selection of courses. Mulligan's Mini Golf & Driving Range offers fun for all ages. The Caledonia Conservancy is a great destination for nature lovers and hikers.
Historical architecture! Wingspread, a national historic site and the largest and last Prairie-style home to be built by Frank Lloyd Wright, is located on 30 acres in Windpoint, adjacent to Caledonia. Open for tours weekdays by appointment, it is operated by the Johnson Foundation as an educational and conference center. Both the National Foundation for the Arts, and National Public Radio credit their birth to Wingspread conferences.
Distinct neighborhoods! Caledonia encompasses two formerly independent neighborhoods. Franksville joined Caledonia in 2006 and was once the home of Frank's Kraut Company. Look for rent to own houses with large lots, trees, and convenient location, with easy access to lakeside recreation as well as the highways. Husher is the second and represents the phonetic spelling of Hoosier. It is where Caledonia's Village Hall, police and fire stations are located, as well as the home of Husher Pub & Grill. The actual cost of living in Caledonia is 25 percent higher than the statewide average. A property tax guide with information on current assessments is available from Town Hall.
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