Waukesha, WI is a great environment for anyone looking for a rental property, with locations that range from tranquil to exciting. If you're interested in a beautiful gated community with amenities like a gym, swimming pool and tennis courts, a one bedroom will run around $650 per month, while a two bedroom will be closer to $850.
Frame Park, on the Fox River, is a gorgeous city park in the heart of downtown Waukesha. A popular spot for volleyball, walking, biking, picnics and wedding photo shoots, Frame Park also has lovely apartments for rent. A one bedroom will run around $975 per month. In downtown Waukesha, you can choose from gorgeous old buildings as well as new condos with modern amenities. Every June, the neighborhood hosts a leg of the Tour of America, a premiere cycling race on city streets.
Main Street features fine dining, small cafes, galleries and antique shops. South Street is warm and welcoming, with music shops, pubs and other nightlife. Biking trails are plentiful, and turn to gorgeous skiing trails in winter. Beginners can choose a shorter loop, with picnic spots and horseback riding available too. Phoenix Heights and Oakland Heights offer affordable family living while still being accessible to the major highways. Oakland Heights in particular features historic farm houses with wide lawns. The famous Marcus Majestic Theatre in nearby Brookfield is about 15 minutes away. Enjoy fun, casual dining and big, comfortable chairs in their "big-screen-bistro" experience. Waukesha Metro Transit serves the entire area and includes routes into Madison and Milwaukee. Waukesha County Airport serves the city, while General Mitchell Airport is about 35-45 minutes away.Source: The Waukesha, WI housing data displayed above is derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).