New Auburn Homes For Sale
Homes for sale in New Auburn offer a small town experience that’s perfect for families. The village offers excellent schools with a teacher to student ratio of 14:1. Students are offered big opportunities with personalized learning options. If you’re looking for small town charm, New Auburn is the place for you.
Median Home Price: $179,460
Situated between Chetek and Bloomer, New Auburn is the perfect place to call home if you enjoy all types of recreation. Whether you’d like to hunt the New Auburn State Public Hunting Grounds, play a game of softball or baseball on the village ball fields, or go bowling or see a movie, the options are endless when you live in New Auburn.
New Auburn is home to a wide selection of retailers providing everything from groceries to clothing to electronics. Whether you’re in search of a new saddle for your horse, the latest sports equipment, or the perfect gift, stores like Lakeview Ranch Saddle & Tack, Todd’s Pro Shop, and Moss Green Natural Soaps have you covered. You’ll also find a variety of shops in both Chetek and Bloomer.
Whether you’re looking for a spectacular prime rib dinner, or a spectacular breakfast special, New Auburn’s assortment of restaurants have you covered. From delectable strawberry cream cheese stuffed French toast at the Sunshine Café, to a delicious sandwich at King’s Inn Bar & Grill, to that phenomenal prime rib at Roadhouse Bar & Grill, you won’t be disappointed when you eat in New Auburn.
To give residents a sustainable option when disposing of their household waste, the village operates public garbage and recycling sites where comingled recycling and separated cardboard/paper can be disposed of properly.
The New Auburn School District, home of the Trojans, is the educational authority for the New Auburn residents of all ages. With comprehensive curriculum and extensive extra curricular activities, this district provides students access to opportunities to help them reach their full potential.
There are no public transportation services currently available in New Auburn.
The New Auburn Village Board consists of the Village President, the clerk/treasurer, and four trustees all responsible for the legislative and administrative oversight of village business. Village board meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month.
New Auburn was born as a result of the booming lumber industry in Chippewa County in the late 1800s. Originally named Cartwright’s Mills, this community was built around the lumber mill of David. W. Cartwright. Though as the lumber was cleared and the community grew, it was renamed New Auburn as agriculture took over as the primary industry. Today, resort tourism and other business have taken over, though the small town charm remains.