Birchwood Homes For Sale
Birchwood, also known as the “Bluegill Capital of Wisconsin,” exhibits remarkable views, recreational opportunities for all seasons, and plentiful wildlife. If you’re looking to move to a simpler area in Northern Wisconsin, browse our homes for sale in Birchwood today!
Median Home Price: $322,000
The Birchwood area’s lakes provide countless recreation opportunities for water enthusiasts. From fishing and swimming to kayaking and pontooning, the watersport options are endless. The Tuscobia and Ice Age Scenic National Trails in the area are popular destinations for biking and hiking, as well as snowmobiling. There are also many recreation activities to be experience in the Chetac chain of lakes.
The little village of Birchwood offers a variety of gift shops, convenience stores, boutiques, and more. If you’re in search of antiques, collectables, or furniture, visit John Lozier Antiques. For the finest homemade items like candles made with soy and bees wax, explore the Gift Shoppe!
The community of Birchwood has eateries for every craving. Bear Tracks Bar and Grill serves fabulous burgers and wraps. If you’re craving Italian and other options like sandwiches and fast food, Paul’s Pizza Den has you covered. The Hungry Minnow offers ice cream, an espresso bar, sandwiches, beer and wine. There is something for everyone in Birchwood!
Birchwood promotes comprehensive recycling programs, and is home to a recycling center for larger items.
Birchwood Public Schools provide educational services and resources to students residing in the Birchwood area. It provides a unique learning opportunity for students and aims to ensure all students receive the best teaching possible for personal achievement.
With the exception of the school district’s bus transportation for students, there are no independent public transportation services in Birchwood.
The local government is operated under two municipal officers, and meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.
Original named Loomis after Wilbur Loomis, one of the town’s first residents and storekeepers, what we now know as Birchwood was platted in 1901. It was originally a logging and farming town.