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- Scott Yauck, Fox Point
Welcome to Fox Point
The village of Fox Point is a serene and scenic community on the shores of gorgeous Lake Michigan with beautiful homes on large lots surrounded by spectacular natural landscapes which include woodlands, ravines, and beaches. For those that want to live right on the shores of Lake Michigan, Fox Point’s Beach Drive offers the only opportunity in Milwaukee County.
East of I43, it is a ten-minute drive to downtown Milwaukee and the perfect place for those who wish to visit or commute to the big city while enjoying the comforts of a suburban lifestyle.
Children will attend the well-regarded Maple Dale-Indian and Fox Point-Bayside School Districts that feed into the award-winning Nicolet High School which is ranked as one of the nation’s “Best High Schools” by U.S. News & World Report and one of “America’s Most Challenging Schools” by The Washington Post in 2015.
There are multitude of recreational activities including swimming, fishing, and boating on Lake Michigan as well as hiking or biking wooded trails and both community and private sports clubs. The nearby Bayshore Town Center offers many options for upscale shopping and dining while Fox Point also contains local boutiques, restaurants, and services. Ranked as one of the top 20 safest communities in Wisconsin by Safewise, it comes as no surprise that real estate in this neighborhood is in high demand.
Your New Neighbors
In this community of approximately 6,800 residents, your new neighbors will be mostly families.
What You Will Love
Doctor’s Park is one of the most beautiful and well-maintained parks on Lake Michigan. Enjoy the view from the bluff or head down one of the canopied trails to the beach where you can relax in quiet contemplation with your thoughts.
Elaborate myths surround the life of Mary Nohl who was locally known to live at “The Witch’s House” in the 1960s. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Mary Nohl Art Environment is the artist’s former residence where she transformed the interior and exterior into a work of art. From sculptures made from local sand and stone, paintings, jewelry compositions, carved wooden totems, and much more - this cottage simply must be seen to be truly appreciated.
Local Places We Love
Start your day off right with Maxfield’s Pancake House. Fresh-squeezed orange juice, over a dozen varieties of light and fluffy pancakes as well as other tasty breakfast items, efficient service, welcoming smiles, and huge portions - all for a reasonable price. You will be back for more with your friends and loved ones in tow.
Whether you want to burn off all that food, or simply love to bike, Wheel and Sprocket is the one stop shop for all your biking needs: purchasing a bike or gear, getting repairs, or taking a class or group ride. With knowledgeable and friendly staff, who always go the extra mile, you will be glad you found this Fox Point treasure.
Need to buy a hostess gift, creating a wedding registry, or just want to spoil yourself? Past Basket offers luxurious products for your home and the store itself is like a work of art with beautifully arranged high-quality furnishings. Attentive personnel will make sure you find exactly what you are looking for – even if you don’t know what that is yet.
Cardinal Stritch University is not just a school, it’s a learning environment that encourages intellectual, spiritual, and social growth among its staff and students. Professors are dedicated to the success of the student body and you will feel like you are part of a big happy family who is invested in your well-being. Involvement and giving back to the community is an integral part of this school’s mission.
Ranging in price from $300K-$2M+, single family homes dominate Fox Point in a selection of styles from new construction to a variety of homes built from the 1920s-today.