Star Prairie Homes for Sale

The town of Star Prairie has a very long and rich history thanks to its location along the Apple River, which once acted as a primary transportation passage for the Western Wisconsin logging industry. The railroad also allowed the Star Prairie community to flourish back in the mid to late 1800s, but today, the lifestyle here revolves more around agriculture and all the outdoor recreational amenities provided by the Apple River and the area’s two primary lakes—Cedar Lake and Squaw Lake. The Apple River runs along the east side of town and parallel with Main Street, which is also Highway 65 and the community’s one primary thoroughfare. Island River Park and Village Park both border Star Prairie’s east and west sides, while also providing locals with some additional outdoor hotspots as well.

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Star Prairie’s Location

As mentioned above, Star Prairie sits along Highway 65, just north of Highway 64 and the city of New Richmond. While many existing residents and homeowners love Star Prairie’s authentic small town look and feel, it’s certainly nice to have plenty of additional shopping, dining, entertainment, and countless other attractions in nearby New Richmond as well, which is a city that currently has a population of well over 8,000 people. But with that said, it’s still worth noting that Star Prairie also has a nice mix of restaurants, taverns, and local service businesses of its own, helping provide current and future homeowners alike with everything they’ll need to feel comfortable.

Star Prairie Real Estate

If you’re looking for lakefront property in Western Wisconsin, Star Prairie might be a good place to begin your search. Nearby Cedar Lake usually has a few cottages and lakefront homes available at any given time, while countless other homes in and around town sit close to the riverfront or along the several other smaller lakes that help fill out the Star Prairie, WI landscape. Outside of all the waterfront homes and cottages, look for other real estate possibilities to fall right in line with what you’d expect to see in other neighboring Western Wisconsin communities.

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