Property At-A-Glance

  • STARTING PRICE: $39,900 after discount
  • LOTS: 80
  • LOT SIZE: 1-3 acres
  • MINIMUM SIZE:  1,500 SF
  • Community pool and center
  • Private well and septic
  • Creekfront with water access to Chincoteague Bay and Atlantic Ocean
  • Beautiful wooded and meadow lots
  • Exceptional freshwater fising on-site
  • Architectural Review Board/Protective Covenants
  • 2015 HOA Fees: $715

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Hawthorne Hill of Pewaukee, Near Waukesha, Wisconsin
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Welcome to Waukesha, Wisconsin!

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Adjacent to the City of Milwaukee, Waukesha (WAW - kih - sha'), Wisconsin - the largest city and county seat of Waukesha County - offers an enviable mix of urban and rural amenities and conveniences.

Prior to 1820, the entire Wisconsin Territory was home to nomadic Native Americans and European fur trappers and traders. Forested wilderness and open prairie land stretched across the territory. However, when Solomon Juneau built his home in what came to be called Milwaukee, the era of settlement for the Territory now called Wisconsin had begun. Beyond the fast-growing "Milwokie" settlement ("gathering place by the waters"), more population centers slowly emerged along the still well-traveled Watertown Plank road connecting the burgeoning metropolis with western parts of what would soon be designated by the U.S. government as "The Wisconsin Territory." On May 7, 1834, Morris Cutler built his home near an American Indian settlement on the Fox River in what is now called Waukesha County. The area began to attract others, and soon the community, then called Prairieville, was born.

Prairieville grew quickly after the territory was opened up in 1836. The next year, Joel Bidwell donated the land to build the first public schoolhouse in the area and within three years, another institution of education was founded. Prairieville Academy, later to be renamed as Carroll College, was built following a donation of land by Bidwell's son William. In 1846, Waukesha County was formed and - as the county seat - Prairieville was renamed as the Village of Waukesha, the native name for an earlier Indian village in this locale; the name meant meaning "burnt land" Historic sites abound throughout Waukesha County and include the very popular "Old World Wisconsin" natural pioneer village near East Troy, the Dousman Stagecoach Inn (Brookfield), Hawks Stagecoach Inn (Delafield) and the Old Muskego Settlement (Muskego).

Its early days were very important in establishing the character of the Waukesha area. Newspapers, mills, hotels, smithies, and quarries sprang up and the population climbed. Shortly before the Civil War, Waukesha came to be known as the "Abolitionist Hole" for the community's adamant support for the freedom of black southern slaves. Waukesha quarry owner Lyman Goodnow was among many locals active in the Underground Railroad by helping young slave girls escape to Canada.

Today, beautiful landscapes, intriguing history and spirited people, quaint shops, friendly people, natural beauty and historic treasurers offer residents continuous rustic and urban venues to explore. Waukesha welcomes residents and visitors year-round to enjoy activities in the heart of the community, including the Fox River Parkway and revitalized downtown. Besides the aforementioned historic attractions, unique natural wonders dot Waukesha County and its Kettle Moraine State Forest and Museum of Natural History. On the eastern edge of Waukesha County, located just east of the City of Waukesha, towns and cities like Brookfield, New Berlin, Butler, Menomonee Falls and Pewaukee form parts of the Greater Milwaukee Metropolitan Area - highly commercial yet semi-rural bedroom communities popular among executives, management and skilled workers employed in either Waukesha or Milwaukee.

The City of Waukesha takes pride in a heritage of prosperity, and a future focused on providing the community with outstanding services for young to old. The community's values - strong employment, leading education, public safety, culture and recreation - support these services.

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Welcome to Hawthorne Hill of Pewaukee

Return to the spirit of the early settlement days, where pioneers were surrounded by the natural beauty of wild and rural Wisconsin. Enter Hawthorne Hill via the winding western incline of Stepping Stone Drive and you'll be lifted into the ambiance of the untamed Wisconsin prairie.

Hawthorne Hill offers exceptional common area features such as a walking path, blue bird nesting boxes, centuries old oak trees, luxuriant prairie grasses and an abundance of seasonal wildflowers. Make your home amid Wisconsin's native wildlife including wild turkeys, herons, hawks and butterflies. Many lots are bordered by lush lines of mature deciduous trees. Every lot is just over half an acre and feels even larger amid the expansive view. On a clear day, Hawthorne Hill's high elevation offers an arresting view of the downtown Milwaukee skyline. Located less than 10 minutes from I-94 and Hwy 16, your home site is a mere 30 minutes from downtown Milwaukee.

Hawthorne Hill Features

Hawthorne Hill, located in the Village of Pewaukee, is a 49-lot development featuring home sites ½ acre or larger. Its location among rolling hills provides incredible views to the East. Extensive landscaping includes areas of prairie plantings with fields of wildflowers. Many lots have full rear exposures with large open yards. Architectural review and protective covenants ensure beautiful homes that complement one another perfectly.  Each of Hawthorne Hill's properties are ½ acre or larger and special attention has been paid to highlighting the beauty of the natural landscape while complementing it with extensive landscaping and prairie plantings. The hilltop views are stunning and on a clear day the downtown Milwaukee skyline is visible.

Hawthorne Hill Location

Hawthorne Hill is located 2 blocks west on Lindsay at the corner of Hwy 164 (J) in the Village of Pewaukee. The subdivision is approximately four minutes north of Capitol Drive and 10 minutes north of I-94. Its convenient location allows easy access to grocery stores, shopping centers and restaurants.

Waukesha Homes, Properties and Special Feature Real Estate

It’s not surprising, then, that gated community homes and vacant lots including waterfront, golf course, retirement and other special features properties in and around Waukesha, Wisconsin are highly prized and sell quick. Some of the Waukesha area’s finest luxury and executive homes and frontage properties in a variety of attractive sizes and styles are likely available at the right price right now.

If you’re already picturing yourself owning prestigious Waukesha, Wisconsin real property, you’re not alone. With MLG Communities properties, you'll find Waukesha area homes or lots that are suited to your unique needs and desires. Keep in mind that, as you would expect, Waukesha real estate is highly valued and available homes and properties go fast.

So, if you’re like many eager home buyers, you can easily understand why the prestige, security, pleasant surroundings and both present and future value of one-of-a-kind residential gated communities make MLG Communities properties especially attractive - and extremely competitive. In short, such real estate gems are likely to be available in the kind of setting and situation that could make you and your family comfortable, cozy and contented for a long time.

Whether your interest is a new family home, recreational land, construction lots, a second home, luxury homes/estates, pristine gated communities or other special-feature properties, you'll find Waukesha, Wisconsin area real estate opportunities offered by MLG Communities the right fit, right now. Check out our model homes to see for yourself!

More About MLG Communities

MLG Communities has the expertise to guide you through the home purchasing process painlessly and profitably. We are proud and protective of our earned reputation for knowledgeable advice, enthusiastic service, creative marketing and professional networking. That’s why MLG Communities offers only the finest properties in the most attractive settings so you can feel at ease that your search will produce the right kind of solution for you.

Previous MLG Communities customers would tell you that we provide all of the specialized services you deserve: a strong work ethic, personal real estate expertise to help define your needs, help with selecting and securing standard financing for your purchase, special technology, constant communication throughout the transaction, and more. Our many years of experience in real estate, means we can provide guidance in all aspects of your search, no matter where it may lead - from existing homes for sale, properties for sale, lots, vacant land, new construction, 55-plus, gated and retirement communities, investment properties, waterfront, golf and recreational properties, golf course lots - all the way to luxury villas, estates and executive homes.

Recognized expertise, professionalism and commitment to customer satisfaction have made MLG Communities the choice of many previous home buyers. That’s because, as a real estate industry leader in the Waukesha community, we take seriously our opportunity – and obligation – to educate our home-buying clients about the area and to help them conduct their search in complete confidence.

We understand that home buyers can find any real estate firm to handle their business. We think you’ll like the courtesy, professionalism, attention to detail and real estate savvy for which we’re known. Let MLG Communities help you discover your dream home in Waukesha, Wisconsin! Contact MLG Communities today!

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