“Neighbor” in Southwest Wisconsin has a couple different interpretations. Cities and villages include apartments and homes typically with backyards and garages. Rural farm communities have space with neighbors scattered on distant farms across the arches of our agricultural landscape, but we’re all still neighbors here and there’s a pretty good chance we have a story to tell.
Our story telling is also embedded in some of the historic dwellings and architectural masterpieces in the region. Family homes, cabins, and seasonal rentals may be found nestled within in our hills. Many of our residents are proud owners of their land, and some are even lucky enough to capture a view of our diverse landscape from their backyard.