Baldwin Homes for Sale

The village of Baldwin is a small St. Croix County community that’s located only 30 miles east of the Twin Cities and about 40 miles west of Eau Claire, WI. Baldwin was first established back in 1871 and quickly grew to be a thriving small town thanks in large part to both the railroad and all the farming and logging opportunities that much of Western Wisconsin had to offer. Today, about 4,000 people call Baldwin home, which is a number that has grown substantially just since 2000. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Baldwin only covers about 2.91 square miles, though, meaning much of the real estate landscape consists of single-family homes that, at most, usually only offer a few acres or so. It’s also worth mentioning that Baldwin also features a great network of outdoor amenities and parks for local home owners to enjoy, including nearby Willow River State Park, the Eau Galle Recreation Area, and Glen Hills Park.

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Baldwin’s Location

Baldwin is located just one mile north of Interstate 94 along Highway 63. The easy access to the interstate certainly makes for any trip into the Twin Cities easy and efficient, while Highway 63 continues on up through the rest of northwest Wisconsin, which features a number of other quaint and charming small towns.

Baldwin Real Estate

Single-family homes mostly dominate the local Baldwin housing market, much like most Western Wisconsin communities and especially in St. Croix  County. Some Baldwin, WI homes are small with plenty of charm and original character; others are new and offer future home owners plenty of living space on both the inside and out. Look for many 1920s, 30s, and 40s-built homes to start somewhere in the low $100s, while larger, newly built residences in town generally price between $200,000 and $300,000 in most instances.

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