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Located in central Wisconsin, Waushara County is a county established on February 15, 1851 through an act by the Wisconsin Legislature. During the time of its establishment, it consisted only of a single organized town – the town of Waushara. The county is situated around 80 miles north of the city of Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, occupying more than 630 square miles.

Waushara County is known for its picturesque environment and wealth of world-class outdoor destinations. Whether you’re looking forward to fishing at a tranquil lake, snowboarding or downhill skiing, or a hiking adventure at one the many Ice Age Trails winding throughout the area, Waushara County has activities and attractions for all seasons.

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Real estate, property types, and homes for sale in Waushara County, WI

Waushara County has a wide variety of real estate options and homes for sale for those thinking about relocating to the area. Prospective buyers will be able to find affordable condos and apartments, stylish single-family homes, and vacant lots and land perfect for building your own custom home.

Homes for sale in Waushara County are available in a wide assortment of sizes, floor plans, and architectural styles, including Contemporary, Ranch, Log Home, Craftsman, Traditional, and more. Most homes in the area offer an unparalleled level of comfort and privacy, and are equipped with terrific features such as large bonus rooms, spacious eat-in kitchens, cozy living rooms with wood fireplace, four-season gazebos and backyard decks, master suites with views of rolling acreage and wooded landscapes, and more.

Living in Waushara County, WI

  • Waushara County boasts a myriad of arts, culture, and entertainment destinations. Some fantastic venues you should check out are the McCombBruchs Performing Art Center, Red Rooster Studio, and Edenwood Ranch & Preserve.
  • Avid golfers will feel right at home at Waushara Country Club, which features a 27-hole golf course surrounded by relaxing views. The course features bentgrass tees and greens and spans approximately 6,300 yards from the tips.
  • Residents can enjoy visiting Waushara County Parks during any time of the year (except for Mt. Morris, which is only open from April to November). Parks throughout Waushara County feature a wide variety of amenities such as picnic tables, kid’s playgrounds, access to scenic hiking or biking trails, and more.

Ready to start the search for your dream home in Waushara County? Get in touch with Shambeau & Thern Real Estate at 715-258-9900, or send us a message here.