Comstock Homes For Sale
With its countless opportunities for outdoor recreation and close proximity to a variety of dining and shopping options, there’s something for everyone in Comstock. The city also boasts an excellent, proud school district. If you are searching for a home in Comstock, WI, check out our listings of homes for sale in Comstock today!
Median Home Price: $190,000
Located just a short drive from Turtle Lake and Cumberland, Comstock is a beautiful small town located near a host of wonderful amenities. Located a short drive to the west, the Loon Lake State Wildlife Area is an absolute treasure. This 3,123 acre green space is perfect for hunting, trapping, fishing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling/ATV riding, and more.
Comstock is situated in the perfect location for those who enjoy shopping. Just four miles from both Cumberland and Turtle Lake, residents can easily access the countless retailers in both locations. From taking advantage of the Crystal Lake Berries produce mart, to Indianhead Sport Shop, to Countryside Antiques, you’ll find just about everything nearby Comstock.
Hungry? Living in Comstock gives you practically endless dining choices. From delectable burgers and brick oven pizzas at Staples Lake Bar & Grille, to live music and awesome specials at the Buck Horn Saloon, to mouthwatering Italian entrees at the Tower House, you’ll find exactly what you’re hungry for just minutes away.
Barron County provides comprehensive recycling and other sustainability services to the residents of Comstock. To learn more, visit the county’s recycling page, here.
The School District of Cumberland provides educational resources and services to residents of Comstock and surrounding communities. This proud district boasts high test scores and a high graduation rate with the help of dedicated teachers and cutting-edge curriculum. The district also features a charter school for those looking for an alternative learning community.
The NWT Express Shuttle is available to residents of Comstock through both Cumberland and Turtle Lake. This shuttle runs from Hayward to the Mall of America and the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, and can also be reserved for other purposes including package delivery and private shuttle services.
The area surrounding Comstock was first settled in the early 1870s as the logging industry moved in. Soon after, in the early 1900s, the dairy industry began to take over. In July of 1907 the Comstock Co-operative Creamery was incorporated, which has since stood the test of time.