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Neighborhood Information

The Weatherwood subdivision is an extension of the desirable Weatherstone development. The area is reknowned for its comfortable, unique homes as showcased in the Milwaukee Parade of Homes tour 20 years ago. Since then it has maintained a reputation for neighborliness, peacefulness, easy access to great schools, and proximity to all the opportunities Milwaukee and Waukesha offer. As the Milwaukee area newspaper states, "All suburban developers probably hope their subdivisions grow up to be like Weatherstone..."

Notable Features:
  • City park located in subdivision
  • Voluntary Homeowners Associoation
  • 5-min. drive time to schools
  • Minutes from Interstates 43, 94, 894
  • Low traffic
  • Adjacent Catholic church rings real bells daily and hosts yearly festival
  • Wide streets
  • No two houses are alike
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Community Information

The City of New Berlin is home to approximately 39,000 people in a community of primarily single family residences, light commercial and light industrial areas, farms, and parks. Located between the Milwaukee and Waukesha metropolitan areas, the city is seeing planned development while maintaining its rural heritage. The city is a peaceful place to live while being close to everything the area has to offer.

New Berlin public and private schools are outstanding, even in a state with the best overall schools in the nation by some measurements (such as ACT scores). State homeschooling laws are favorable as well. The nearby Eisenhower High School offers excellent college preparatory programs and a full array of Advanced Placement courses. One of the school's National Merit Finalists grew up in this house.

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New Berlin, WI

Regional Information

Milwaukee is the 22nd largest city in the United States, with a population of 596,974 in the city and 1.5 million in the metropolitan area. Bordering the western shore of Lake Michigan, just 90 miles north of Chicago, metropolitan Milwaukee offers urban, suburban, ethnic neighborhoods, waterfront, industrial and rural settings within minutes of each other.

Milwaukee's skilled workforce, concentration of industry, cultural resources and educational institutions all make it one of the nation's major metropolitan areas.

Over $2.5 billion in development is currently taking place around the city. Much of this growth and

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Milwaukee area, WI

development has been fueled by the addition of the Midwest Airlines Center, a $170 million convention facility located in the heart of downtown that combines avant-garde technology with impressive artwork, bringing science and culture together in a remarkable synthesis…

Yet Milwaukee's big-city advantages are enhanced by a friendly small-town spirit and Old World charm. The city's neighborhoods weave a patchwork of diversity, as characteristics of the German heritage blend with influences of many other cultures. Italian, Irish, Polish, African American, Hispanic neighborhoods with ethnic restaurants and shops make up the fabric of Milwaukee. Churches, neighborhood shops, Victorian worker's cottages and industrialists' castles abound and lend their neighborhoods a venerable air. In the face of all the progress, the traditions and values that make Milwaukee remain constant. The strongly held ideals of family, ethnic and cultural diversity, and warm hospitality make Milwaukee the genuine destination.

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