Welcome To The Neighborhood
Named one of the “Prettiest Small Towns in America” by Fortune Magazine in 2011, the historic and quaint city of Cedarburg is known for its preservation of its rich past.
The charming and pedestrian-friendly downtown sector consists of buildings made from the original limestone brought over in the early 1800s which now house boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops, art galleries, pubs, and inns.
With 34 parks covering over 140 acres, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, jogging, and biking. In addition, residents can enjoy water-based recreations like canoeing and fishing on the beautiful, winding Cedar Creek which flows through the city and is home to one of the last remaining covered bridges in Wisconsin.
Cedarburg’s school district has been ranked very highly and received many accolades and awards. In 2013, Cedarburg High School was ranked Wisconsin’s second best high school by Newsweek and in 2014 was the only high school in Wisconsin to achieve a National Blue Ribbon School status by the U.S. Department of Education.
Home to numerous festivals like the Winter Festival in February, CedarBrew in April, Strawberry Festival in June, Wine & Harvest Festival in September, Oktoberfest, A Cedarburg Christmas, and others – there will never be a dull moment in this vibrant city.
What You Will Love
The Summer Sounds music festival at Cedar Creek Park is a free concert series every Friday evening from June to August featuring national and international musicians. Bring your blanket and picnic basket or choose from local food vendors as you enjoy live music on sultry summer nights.
A Cedarburg Christmas, when the gorgeous historic downtown is covered in lights and decorations and full of festive Christmas events including a Santa’s Workshop that will dazzle children and adults alike. Midwest Living Magazine named Cedarburg as one of the “25 Best Places to Celebrate Christmas” with activities taking place every day from mid-November to Christmas Day.
Celebrate all things strawberry at the annual Strawberry Festival where you can find an entire food court dedicated to the delicious fruit: pies, crepes, slushies, ice cream, shortcakes – even wine! While you wipe the red stains from your lips and fingers, discover over 250 of the best local and Midwest artists selling their one-of-a-kind works of art.
Local Places We Love
With its renowned caramel apples, Amy’s Candy Kitchen has received numerous accolades from Bon Appetit, the Food Network, The Wall Street Journal, and many others. These giant Granny Smith apples, dipped in homemade buttery caramel, and covered in a variety of delicious toppings cover an entire wall at the store. Amy’s also has delectable truffles, caramels, chocolate dipped treats, fudge – the list goes on. You will probably not leave empty handed.
For Cedarburg’s best wings and a terrific selection of beer, head over to Maxwell’s. Or join them for their Friday fish fry. This warm and comfy neighborhood bar and grill is where you want to be to watch the game.
Whether you want to support the area’s craftsmen or your country, the locally owned and operated Cedarburg Toy Company is where you will find only made in America toys and products. No child, or child at heart, will be able to pass the superbly decorated window displays.
Operating since 1859, Ozaukee County Fair is one of the very few in the Midwest that still offer free admission. With amazing fireworks, traditional fair food, and five stages of live music, truck and tractor pulls, demolition derbies, horse shows, livestock exhibitions, a full midway, and so much more, this is a county fair done right.
Cedarburg’s real estate is predominantly single family homes in the range of $200-$800K