Cedarburg Real Estate

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The Cedarburg Community

Known for its rich history and small-town charm, Cedarburg is a picturesque city located in Ozaukee County. This community, found just 20 miles north of Milwaukee, has a gorgeous downtown area full of local restaurants and unique boutiques. Cedarburg, home to just over 11,500 residents, is bordered by Grafton to its east and the Town of Cedarburg to its west, south, and north. Proximity to Interstate 43 and State Highway 60 allow for easy access to the surrounding areas.

Over 200 of Cedarburg's historic buildings have been preserved giving the community a vibrant tourist industry.


Cedarburg History

The first settler in area bought land on the banks of Cedar Creek from the government in 1842. William Ludwig Groth built his cabin here and named it “Cedarburg,” meaning “castle of cedars.” Two years later, the city was officially named Cedarburg. Originally, the Cedarburg Grist Mill, the Cedarburg Woolen Mill, and the Cedarburg Electric Light Commission made up the economy of the community. Many of these original buildings are still standing and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, the most common industries for Cedarburg residents include manufacturing and management.

Consistently ranked as a favorite small-town getaway, visitors are charmed by the delightful mix of unique shops, gracious inns, cozy cafes, art galleries and museums, many nestled inside meticulously maintained historic buildings, and all within walking distance of one another.

Festivals of Cedarburg

Cedarburg Shopping and Festivals

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Outdoor recreation opportunities and community events are abundant in Cedarburg. Over 140 acres of parkland are spread out over the 34 parks and have amenities such as hiking trails, playgrounds, and athletic fields. Cedar Creek runs through the city, providing canoeing, kayaking, and fishing opportunities.

The Ozaukee Interurban Trail crosses through the city and is great for bike rides and long walks. One of the most popular places in the summer is the outdoor Cedarburg Community Pool, perfect for water fitness and swimming. 

Historic Cedarburg is known for it's vibrant downtown shopping district and its unique community events, especially the festivals that take place year round. Oktoberfest, Winter Festival, Wine and Harvest Festival, and Strawberry Festival are all very popular events in the city.

Property types in Cedarburg

The Cedarburg housing market is somewhat competitive. The average sale price of a home in Cedarburg was up 23.6% since last year. The average sale price per square foot in Cedarburg is $213, up 22.0% since last year.









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