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About BIG BEND, Wisconsin.

 
The location of Big Bend, Wisconsin, is a well-kept secret because just about everyone and anyone want to buy a nice classic rural home here and settle down. In fact, this village in popular Waukesha County is known as a “little bit of heaven” because of its prime location in southeast Wisconsin near to Lake Michigan. With a growing population of about 1,300 in 2016, the recent U.S. Census predicted this community of quaint homes and wonderful parks will “surely grow and grow” as it has done since this village was first settled in 1837. For instance, the Waukesha County Historical Society states that Big Bend was a “prize catch” for those wanting land to settle on back during the “Great Wisconsin Land Sale” of 1839.
 
Wisconsin’s great family city
 
There are many titles associated with this lovely village. Locals have dubbed their town “Foxy” for being located near the Fox River, while visitors say they enjoy walking the tree-lined streets and neighborhoods that have some of the nicest family homes in the state. Moreover, there are numerous historical landmarks in and around Big Bend that it almost “feels like stepping back in time,” stated one regular visitor commenting online. The visitor went on to explain how Big Bend is the quintessential rural Wisconsin village where anyone would want to live.
 
History in your backyard
 
The great thing about living in Big Bend, say locals, is easy access to so many “cool historic places.” There is the famed Putnam Brother sawmill that is credited with being built in 1841 as the state’s first mill while another state first is Wisconsin’s “first Inn” that still stands on the corner of Nevins Street in downtown Big Bend. At the same time, there are lovely classic family homes dispersed throughout this historic town that is noted for its wondrous oak and black walnut trees. Maple syrup is also farmed and bottled here in Big Bend; while what’s for breakfast in local homes and restaurants is a big stack of hot cakes smothered with Big Bend’s famed maple syrup that visitors say is MMM good! Overall, this village of Big Bend is credited with being a perfect place to raise a family or buy a home for living or investment purposes.
 
 

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