In some parts of the country, you can’t rent a old little apartment for less than a couple grand. Shoot, for that, you can get a WHOLE lot in Wisconsin. Wisconsin is a great choice for retirees, young couples, and anyone else living on a limited income. Here are 10 of the cheapest places to live within Wisconsin.
Muskego continues to win accolades for safest place to live and the best place to raise a family in Wisconsin. In addition, it is also pretty inexpensive to live here. One of the best things about living here is getting out on the water.
Like Muskego, Brookfield is also in Waukesha County. With great proximity to Milwaukee, you have loads at your fingertips. But there is plenty to do in town as well, especially with an awesome Parks and Recreation service running things.
3. Menomonee Falls
Home to Kohl's Department Store Headquarters, Menomonee Falls is also known for its falls. If you have kids, the schools are great, and there are plenty of community events for you to get involved in.
In addition to being affordable, Sussex is a great place to raise kids. If you like good food, head over to M&M restaurant.
Fun town name to say, cheap place to live. Oconomowoc has a nice downtown and you will love the views of the water.
This cute town offers wonderful dining, some nice trails for bicyclists, and Pewaukee Lake. You can enjoy a great community, too, without having to spend an arm and a leg.
7. New Berlin
New Berlin is a safe, quiet town with a simultaneous city and country feel. 845 acres of parks and conservancy areas keep this growing town feeling and looking "green."
In the Green Bay area, Howard is a town on the rise. 21 parks (count 'em) make this a great place for kids and lovers of the outdoors.
If you like getting out on the water, fishing, or both, then you are in luck in scenic Onalaska. Whether you are hiking it or driving it, there are scenic views all around. And these views don't cost a fortune, either.
10. Pleasant Prairie
In Kenosha County, Pleasant Prairie offers rural views and lake ones. In addition, there are the Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets.