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Bristlecone Pines Monument Sign

Bristlecone Pines
Hartland, WI 53029

    • Arrowhead Uhs School District
    Brookdale Estates Aerial View

    Brookdale Estates
    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

      • Menomonee Falls School District

      Glen Crossing
      Oak Creek, WI 53154

        • Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School District

        Johanssen Farms
        Sussex, WI 53089

          • Hamilton School District

          Lake Country Village
          Summit, WI 53066

            • Oconomowoc Area School District

            Overlook Trails
            Hartland, WI 53029

              • Arrowhead School District

              Ryanwood Manor
              Franklin, WI 53132

                • Franklin Public School District
                Oak Tree

                The Glen At Park Circle
                Franklin, WI 53132

                  • Franklin Public School District

                  New Home CommunitiesMilwaukee

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                  Milwaukee is a lively city with attractions to suit everyone. Known as the “City of Festivals”, Milwaukee hosts more than a dozen ethnic festivals and countless others, including Summerfest, the World’s Largest Music Festival. The Bucks (NBA), Brewers (MLB), Admirals (AHL), and Wave (MASL) all call Milwaukee home, along with many college and amateur sports teams.  

                  Milwaukee is rich in historical and cultural attractions including the Milwaukee Art Museum featuring the iconic movable wing-like Brise Soleil, designed by world-famous architect Santiago Calatrava. The Harley-Davidson Museum, Milwaukee Ballet, and Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra are just a few
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