Bordering the Great Lakes in the northern part of the nation is Wisconsin. Renowned for its contribution to the country's dairy industry, Wisconsin is more than its cheese products. Popular homes in this state are styles such as log cabins, Craftsman, country, and traditional single family homes with three or four bedrooms.
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While most of the people in Wisconsin live in its urban areas, there are also plenty of small town and village inhabitants. The state's top city, Milwaukee, is known for its influence in brewing and beer production. People who live here enjoy things like museums, art galleries and historical attractions. As it is situated on Lake Michigan, the city provides enjoyable lakefront living in condominiums, loft apartments and high rise buildings. Madison, the state capital, is located in the middle of Wisconsin. It is famous for its four lakes and as the setting of the University of Wisconsin. Madison offers homeowners different types of houses including Craftsman, contemporary, Colonial and National Folk. Green Bay, home of the football team the Packers, was the traditional setting of the meatpacking industry. Today, Green Bay has evolved to contain a major port, a selection of museums and friendly Midwestern living. Rancher style homes are popular in this area for new builds. Older homes show the history of the city with different types of styles like prairie, Victorian, and American Foursquare.
- Kenosha County, WI
- Kewaunee County, WI
- La Crosse County, WI
- Langlade County, WI
- Manitowoc County, WI
- Marathon County, WI
- Marinette County, WI
- Marquette County, WI
- Milwaukee County, WI
- Oconto County, WI