Prescott Homes for Sale

Perfect positioned at the confluence of the St. Croix River and the Mississippi River is the small Pierce County town of Prescott, Wisconsin. Acting as the second largest city in Pierce County, and the largest that lies entirely within the county’s borders, Prescott is named after town’s very first settler, Philander Prescott, who opened up a local trading post in the area all the way back in 1839. Over the years, the Prescott community has grown quite a bit thanks to its convenient riverfront location and close proximity to the Twin Cities, but even despite its ongoing evolution, many locals will say it hasn’t lost a bit of its small town flavor, which is just one of many reasons why many Western Wisconsin home buyers love the idea of possibly calling this quiet little town home one day.

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Prescott’s Location

With Highway 10 acting as one of Prescott’s primary thoroughfares, getting to and from nearby St. Paul only takes about 30 minutes on most days, helping make a great place to live for any frequent commuters to the city. Highway 35 also runs through the Prescott community as well, which runs north up to the small city of River Falls, and south all the way along the Mississippi River to the southern part of the state.

Prescott, WI Real Estate

Despite being a small Western Wisconsin town, real estate in Prescott feels a lot like what you might see in a medium-sized city. Waterfront condos, townhouses, and all kinds of different single-family houses provide plenty of options and opportunities to potential buyers, helping make the dream of home ownership here a realistic goal for anybody wanting to call Prescott home. Recently built homes or homes with four to five bedrooms and over 4,000 square feet are the most expensive properties you’ll find listed on the Prescott real estate market and are usually priced somewhere between $600,000 and $800,000. Entry-level homes on the other hand mostly all have affordable price tags and typical start in the low $100,000s in most instances.

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