Kenosha Real Estate Listings and Information


An early group of Native Americans originally named Kenosha, Wisconsin Kenozia which means "place of the Pike". In 1836, after more settlers arrived and the first post office was established, it was renamed to Pike Creek. In the ensuing years, the area became an important Great Lakes shipping
port and the village was once again renamed — to Southport. In 1850, one last change gave Kenosha its current title, a modernized version of the early Kenozia, and the name for which the county is also named.

Kenosha Wisconsin is the county seat of Kenosha County. Kenosha County has much to offer the nearly 160,000 residents from the majestic waters of Lake Michigan to the inland lakes and from the western farm fields to Kenosha’s thriving downtown. Nestled along the shores of Lake Michigan and
less than an hour from both Chicago and Milwaukee, the City of Kenosha is right in the middle of opportunity. Residents enjoy the small town charm and a Lake Michigan lifestyle with easy access to big city assets and world class amenities.


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  • 948 Listings For Sale
  • $231,505 Average Listing Price
  • $116 Average Listing Price per Square Foot

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